Revenue from the gift store and espresso bar are used to support the educational and volunteer programs and services provided by Friends of Vista House as well as for special Vista House projects that help preserve and maintain the building.
The Friends of Vista House Interpretive Store Mission Statement:
“To provide visitors to the Vista House with items which are interpretive of the Vista House, the Columbia River Gorge, the State of Oregon and the Pacific Northwest. The items selected for display and sale in the Interpretive Store may include Gorge history, flora, fauna, geology and geography, Northwest Native American culture, and items related to the Historic Columbia River Highway. Vista House is dedicated to Oregon Pioneers, so items relating to pioneer crafts and skills are also appropriate. Exceptional quality is a requirement for sales items.”
Our hours vary so please see our home page to be sure we are open before heading out! Also, if we are here, be sure and check out the Espresso Bar for specialty coffee, cold drinks and other refreshments.
FOVH 2012 JURY DATES FOR MERCHANDISE CONSIDERATION
Opening weekend of Vista House at Crown Point! We will be opened from 10am - 4pm daily starting March 1st! That includes the coffee shop and gift shop so come on in and say hello!.
The winter weather in the Columbia River Gorge can be unpredictable and the weather at Crown Point even more so! The Vista House will not open if it is too windy or there is ice on the roads, and the determination whether to open will be made each Saturday and Sunday morning throughout the winter. You may call the Vista House directly at 503-695-2240 to see if it is open on any winter weekend day.
Please check this website for updates, or contact us at any time. The off-site administrative office is open year round: for more information call 503.695.2230, or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Our Mission: Our mission is to steward, preserve and protect the historic Vista House at Crown Point State Park by developing and enhancing interpretive and educational programs that foster a better understanding of Vista House, Oregon’s pioneers, the Historic Columbia River Highway and (Columbia River) Gorge.