Ride or walk to Butteville on Champoeg’s bicycle trail and see the area first settled by French Canadians in the 1840s. Established in 1863, the store was originally owned by Josie Ryan and sold general merchandise. Today, the Historic Butteville Store is a hidden gem where you can have lunch or an old-fashioned ice cream cone or root beer float. Plus, the store has a full schedule of music, artists, authors, and fun food activities throughout the summer.
The Historic Butteville Store is an Oregon State Heritage Site operated by the Friends of Historic Champoeg. Proceeds benefit educational and interpretive programs.
The Historic Butteville Store is now open during the following hours:
May 1-May 23: Friday-Sunday, 11am-4pm
May 23-September 14: Daily, 10am-5pm
Onsite Catering and Facility Rental
The Historic Butteville Store offers a unique location for your special event or meeting. Originally established as a general mercantile in 1863, today the charming old store can accommodate seating for groups up to 50 and offers a diverse selection of delicious home-made foods and beverages to fit your occasion.For more information and reservations, call the store at 503-678-1605 and leave a message, or call the Friends of Historic Champoeg office at 503-678-1649.