Powerland Heritage Park/Oregon Fire Service Museum is a testament to Oregon’s rich history in both structural and wild land fire services. Architecture inspired by a 1920s two-bay, two-story firehouse proudly showcases the story of evolving fire prevention and suppression technology. Fire service artifacts from iconic hydrants to vintage turnout gear and an impressive Apparatus Collection are highlighted by c.1820 Abbot & Downing hand pumper “Molly Stark”, hand-drawn hose carts from past centuries, and a dramatically unique array of motorized apparatus. Oregon-built/serving fire trucks and the state’s firefighting heritage are our focus.
Our mission: HONOR fire service heroes, EDUCATE the public on fire safety, and PRESERVE historical treasures for future generations.
Check the Powerland Heritage Park website calendar for experiences and annual events.