Champoeg State Park – site of the historic meeting to form a provisional government in Oregon in 1843.  >> More info


Champoeg Cemetery – Among the earliest pioneer cemeteries, dating back to the time of the relocation of the town of Champoeg after the great flood of 1861.  >> More info


St. Paul Catholic Church - oldest brick building in the Pacific Northwest, and parish church in continuous use since 1846  >> More info


St. Paul Cemetery – Along with the St. Paul Pioneer Cemetery, are pobably the oldest pioneer cemeteries in Oregon, holding the remains of many important early settlers.  >> More info


St. Louis Church – Probably the oldest remaining church in Oregon, built in 1845.  >> More info


St. Louis Cemetery – Among the oldest pioneer cemeteries in Oregon, just west of the St. Louis Church.  >> More info


Aurora Community – The historic utopian community that is now the “antique capital” of Oregon  >> More info


Newell House – a reconstruction of the 1852 home of Robert Newell, on land he owned and farmed at Champoeg.  >> More info


Butteville Academy – a pre-Civil War building and example of the federal style of architecture which was used until about 1830, was relocated to Champoeg State Park.  >> More info


Butteville Jail – The old jail from Butteville was relocated to Champoeg State Park.  >> More info


Butteville Pioneer Cemetery – dating from 1836, this cemetery is above the Willamette River flood plain south of the town of Butteville.  >> More info


Armory, Hubbard – constructed in 1892 to drill troops indoors and store supplies, it is now the Hubbard City Hall.  >> More info


Belle Passi Cemetery – A reminder of the community that pre-dated both Woodburn and Hubbard, but didn’t survive as a town.  >> More info

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