Built in 1993 next to the Ries-Thompson House, the oldest remaining residence in Parkdale (circa 1900), the museum and the house are designated as a National Historic Site. Surrounded by a boardwalk, the property offers a commanding view of Mt. Hood. A USFS amphitheater hosts lectures and demonstrations, and the museum’s collection of rocks, minerals, and Native American artifacts provides valuable resources for numerous areas of study.
This listing is provided by Hood River County Chamber of Commerce and Visitors Council