Travel back in time to the heart of Oregon’s gold country. You'll ride a real steam-engine train form McEwan to Sumpter where you will have an hour to explore the dredged landscape or grabbing a bite of food on Sumpter's main street before walking to the Sumpter Dredge State Park where you'll have a chance to wander through the giant dredge.
4:30PM meet at McEwan Station
5:00PM train departs McEwan Station
5:40PM Arrive Sumpter Station
7:00PM IN A LANDSCAPE concert at Sumpter Dredge State Park
8:45PM Train departs Sumpter Station
9:30 Train arrives McEwan Station
Celebrate the 91st annual Fort Rock Homesteaders reunion with IN A LANDSCAPE as Hunter Noack performs live on a nine-foot Steinway concert grand piano in the center of the caldera at Fort Rock.
Fort Rock is a 4500-foot-tall volcanic ring located on an ancient dry lake bed in Lake County, Oregon. The nearby community of Fort Rock was established in 1908 and you can still visit the general store built over 100 years ago at the local Fort Rock Homestead Village Museum. Along with Silver Lake, Fort Rock is one of two remaining homestead-era communities in the area. See Travel Oregon's coverage of this unique Oregon landscape and traveler tips on TripAdvisor.
*Please bring your own chairs or desert-friendly blankets to this event and warm clothing as the evenings become cool. We also suggest that you bring personal flashlights or lanterns for walking back to the parking area.*