St. Paul, Oregon


History: St. Paul was founded in 1901 and named by the Archbishop Francis Norbert Blanchet for the apostle Paul. The area in which the town is located was settled in the 1830s by French Canadians and the area became known as French Prairie. The center of St Paul has been designated a national historic district. The area called Champoeg, four miles north of St. Paul, was settled first by Hudson Bay Company trappers. Even before St. Paul had much activity, Champoeg was the site of the formation of the Oregon provisional government (1843).

St. Paul Oregon Map

Weather Treatment

Currently in Saint Paul
Humidity: 71
Visibility: 10
Wind: CLM

10-day forecast


View Attractions Willamette Valley in a larger map
Area Attractions
Oregon Gardens of EdenOregon Gardens of Eden
Whether you enjoy just walking through gardens, the activity of gardening or are an armchair gardener, you’ll find plenty of inspiration when you visit the region’s public gardens.
MT Angel Abbey & Seminary in St. BenedictMT Angel Abbey & Seminary in St. Benedict Enjoya serene setting which provides a stunning view of four volcanoes, the foothills of the Cascades, and a great chunk of verdant, Willamette Valley farmland.
Nearby Lodging
University House of NewbergUniversity House of Newberg
This beautifully appointed B&B offers a 3BR house with no other guests during your stay (hosts across street). Enjoy stunning antiques, fireplace, AC, laundry, hot tub, wi-fi, cable, DVD, luxury amenities, and breakfast choices.