It was listed on the National Historic Register of Places in 1971, and is also now an Oregon State Park State Heritage Site.
It was a beautiful day, but due to the body of water nearby, the inside of the barn was full of mosquitoes. I did my best to get several angles inside before I got too many bites. 🙂
This site is free and open to the public. Be careful when visiting, there may be nesting birds protecting their eggs in the parking lot. We had to step very carefully on the edge of the parking lot while we were there – a bird was defending its nest with 3 eggs.