Come with us and experience the legendary Pendleton Round-Up Rodeo, watch a Pendleton Woolen Mills blanket being made, say hello to iconic Hamley’s and tour the ‘red light’ Underground! You can have coffee at the Rainbow, stroll the River Walk and feel the genuine western hospitality!
Explore the exciting Pendleton-area of Umatilla County, Oregon, USA with Road2 Pendleton Tours.
Our ‘What-A-Kick!’ adventure is perfect for a ‘Passing-through-Pendleton’ road trip. Just stop for the night, enjoy the following day and then ‘Head-on-Down-the Road’.
Pendleton, Oregon is an iconic place boasting many attractions with a 100-year history. This legendary Round-Up Rodeo town is home to the original Pendleton Woolen Mills, the Hamley Company known as the maker of ‘the finest saddles man could ride’, the oldest business in town, the Rainbow, and the historic Underground Tour. Pendleton is home to the Native American Indians of the Umatilla, Walla Walla and Cayuse Tribes for thousands of years where they greeted the Lewis & Clark Expedition, traded with trappers, and helped emigrants along the Oregon Trail.
Included in this day tour adventure is the Hamley’s Store, the Montana Peaks Hat Company, the Rainbow Cafe, the ‘red-light’ Underground Tour, a $20 Pendleton Bucks ‘your choice lunch‘, the Round-Up & Happy Canyon Hall of Fame Museum, the original Pendleton Woolen Mills, the Native American Tamástslikt Museum, and a peek at the Wildhorse Resort Casino.
This adventure is available nearly every day with the exception of: Sunday, Thanksgiving Day, Christmas Day, New Year’s Day and, of course, during the second full-week of September for the Round-Up Rodeo.