Shaniko

Shaniko, Oregon first inhabited in 1862, and incorporated in 1901, was once a valuable transportation hub of Central Oregon. In the first decade of the 20th century, Shaniko was known as the “Wool Capital of the World” and was the center of a 20,000 square mile wool, wheat, cattle and sheep production. Now know as one of “Oregon’s Ghost Towns” Shaniko attracts tourists and curiosity seekers. Take a tour of this storied town in our video presentation.