welcomes visitors intrigued by how the past fashions the now. We celebrate the many peoples whose histories, cultures, and contemporary life overlap here. Lewis and Clark documented a small Indian village nearby. Today we spotlight pivotal cultural contributions to who we are as a community: Native American, pioneer and settler, agriculturists and loggers, the Japanese and LatinX experiences, and the thrilling world of mountain and water sports.
The SAGE Center is an interactive museum & visitor center that highlights Sustainable AGriculture and Energy in Morrow County.
Developed by the Port of Morrow, the SAGE Center gives visitors a unique opportunity to learn about the technology that takes place locally within the Port of Morrow and region without visiting each industry.
In addition to serving as an interactive visitor center, the SAGE Center offers a unique setting for various events and functions.
preserves and interprets our diverse heritage, connecting visitors to Cascade Locks with the history of our community. Cascade Locks Museum is home to the Oregon Pony, the first steam locomotive built and operated on the West Coast.
417 SW Portage Rd, Cascade Locks, OR