AAA Editor Notes
John R. Jackson House Historic Site is 3 mi. e. of I-5 exit 68, then .2 mi. s. to 4275 Jackson Hwy. The site features one of the oldest pioneer structures north of the Columbia River. An important meeting place during the organization of the Washington Territory, the small 1845 log cabin also was a stopover for pioneer travelers. The structure, which served as the Jackson Courthouse, is in a small park on Jackson's Prairie. Its sparsely furnished interior can be viewed through the windows.