This City Owned Ice Rink is open End of November through Beginning of February
The Pendleton UAS Range (PUR) is able to facilitate a wide variety of testing needs through logistical coordination. PUR will work with you and your team to ensure that your Testing needs such as: Procedures Development, Engineering, Integration, Modeling and Simulation requirements are met though our organic capabilities and strategic relationships.
If it’s Friday Evening (May-October) you can’t miss the Pendleton Farmers Market.
More than a casino, Wildhorse offers a Movie Cinema, Kids Entertainment Center, Bowling Alley & Arcade, R/V Park, Tipi Village, Golf Course and many Dining Options.
Pendleton Air Museum preserving our military history of Pendleton Army Air Field, Pendleton, and Pendleton residents.
Welcome to the Children’s Museum of Eastern Oregon! The Children’s Museum of Eastern Oregon is a not-for-profit play place, offering a wide range of educational exhibits and activities for children of all ages. Located on Main Street in downtown Pendleton, our hands-on exhibits expose children to a world of imagination while enlightening their minds to real world learning.
We further enhance the educational experience with structured programming each month. Our classes, camps and other special events bring the world to your child’s fingertips with an emphasis in science, technology, engineering, arts, and math through the development of fundamental skills and self-expression. The experiences gained by you and your child at CMEO will set the foundation for a life-time of learning!
Crow’s Shadow Institute of the Arts is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization aimed at providing opportunities for Native Americans through artistic development. With an emphasis on contemporary, fine-art printmaking, we also function as a venue to practice traditional Native American art practices — weaving, bead working and regalia making — of the Plateau region.
With a spacious gallery and world-class printmaking studio, CSIA brings in emerging and established artists to produce monotypes, monoprints and editions — including lithographs, etchings, linocuts, woodcuts and more. Our ever-growing portfolio of prints encompasses the work of many outstanding artists of diverse backgrounds and media.
Recognizing art as an intrinsic and essential element of Native American culture, we are committed to helping people, young and old, develop their artistic gifts and skills. Through a variety of professional and educational services, we look to give dedicated artists a strong voice while also providing a conduit to the mainstream art world.
Our studio is housed within the historic St. Andrews mission schoolhouse, itself situated at the base of the Blue Mountain foothills on the Umatilla Indian Reservation. By many accounts, it is a peaceful and inspiring place to come and create art.
Located just 8 miles south of Pendleton and one of Eastern Oregon’s most beautiful courses, The Pendleton Country Club is a member-owned golf club and is open to guests of Umatilla County and visitors from outside the county. This 18-hole 72 par course spans 6,317 yards through the Birch Creek Valley. With its challenging hazards and well-kept greens, this course will challenge all levels of players.
“One of America’s Top Casino Golf Courses” – Golf Digest
Nestled in the foothills of Oregon’s Blue Mountains, just 4 miles East of Pendleton, Oregon you’ll find 18 holes of spectacular golf, featuring beautiful lakes, long fairways and deep bunkers. Designed by legendary golf architect, John Steidel, our course can play long or short with four sets of tees ranging from 5,718 yards at the front to 7,128 yards from the championship tees.
The winery boasts several amazing labels of wines. All of them very short run. All of them very exquisite. All of them very reasonably priced for the quality of juice in the bottle.