Introduction to Milton-Freewater, Oregon
Milton and Freewater were initially two separate cities. These merged to form Milton-Freewater in 1951. The city of Milton-Freewater was incorporated in 1960.
Milton-Freewater and nearby Attractions
- Emigrant Springs State Heritage Area
- Lewis and Clark Trail State Park
- Whitman Mission National Historic Site
- Umatilla County Historical Society
- Milton Park
- Richard A Yantis Memorial Park
Things To Do In Milton-Freewater
The City of Milton-Freewater has several parks and recreational spots, including the Richard A Yantis Memorial Park, the Lewis and Clark Trail State Park and Milton Park. Tourists can also visit the Umatilla County Historical Society and the Whitman Mission National Historic Site. The Little Walla Walla River provides facilities for fishing and boating.
Flights are available from Walla Walla Regional Airport.
Milton-Freewater Higher Education
The closest colleges are Walla Walla Community College, Columbia Basin College and Eastern Oregon University.