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 Terminal and departure info

Ticket Counter

The SeaPort Airlines ticket counter is located just inside the terminal at Eastern Oregon Regional Airport, adjacent to the Hertz Car Rental counter.


Security Screening

Currently, all flights departing from Pendleton do not require TSA screening. Passengers can arrive 30 minutes prior to departure for check-in. 


Parking and Ground Transportation

All parking is currently free for SeaPort passengers at the airport in Pendleton. Ground transportation options include car rentals (Hertz), taxi service (Elite Taxi), limousine service (Luxury Limo), and some hotel shuttles.



One bar is located directly in the Eastern Oregon Regional Airport terminal, Elvis', which serves American fare. Other restaurants and eateries are located downtown.


 Events and festivals

â–º The Pendleton Round-Up

â–º Happy Canyon Indian Pageant and Wild West Show

â–º Pendleton US Bank/Pendleton PBR Classic

â–º Pendleton Cattle Barons Weekend

â–º Chief Joseph Days Rodeo

â–º Eagle Cap Extreme Sled Dog Race in Joseph

â–º Walla Walla Sweet Onion Festival

â–º Walla Walla Valley Wine Tasting & Auction

â–º Feast Walla Walla

â–º Walla Walla Balloon Stampede


Find out more about festivals and events in Pendleton.


 Local attractions

â–º Wildhorse Resort & Casino (including golf course)

â–º Pendleton Underground Tours

â–º Pendleton Woolen Mills

â–º Pendleton Round-Up Grounds and Hall of Fame

â–º Pendleton Center for the Arts

â–º Hamley's (saddle shop, cafe, and restaurant)

â–º Tamastslikt Cultural Center

â–º Wine tasting (in Walla Walla)


Check out TripAdvisor's list of recommended Pendleton attractions.


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SeaPort Airlines, Pendleton

Eastern Oregon Regional Airport (PDT)

2016 Airport Road

Pendleton, OR 97801


 Employee recommendations

"Eastern Oregon has a lot to offer our visitors, especially those who are history and nature buffs. Many pioneers traveling along the Oregon Trail traveled through Pendleton. We have several areas where the wagon ruts are still clearly visible today. It's quite a humbling experience to stand near those and try to imagine all the hardships they experience along the way, but they did it in hopes of a better life. In Baker City, 90 miles east of Pendleton, has an Oregon Trail Interpretive Center. I would highly recommend going there. It's a great experience for the whole family.

During the early days of Pendleton when the railroad was being built by the Chinese, they were forced to live underground. Pendleton has 17 miles of underground tunnels used by the Chinese during that time. The Pendleton Underground Tours will give visitors a glimpse into our past, where you can see the actual underground city built by the Chinese.

If you want a taste of the "real west" I would highly recommend Hamley's Restaurant. Beautifully decorated western motif inside and great food.

If you are into micro-brews, Pendleton has The Prodigal Son Brewery and Pub.

If you're into winter sports, Anthony Lakes would be a great place to go for skiing and snow mobiling.

Each year in September, Pendleton "explodes at the seams" with the Pendleton Round-Up. We get competitors from all over the country to compete in our 101 year old rodeo.

Other things to enjoy would include: Other outdoor activities such as hiking, hunting, fishing and golf."


 Passenger recommendations

â–º Mazatlan restaurant for great Mexican food

â–º The Plateau restaurant at Wildhorse Casino

â–º Stetson's Steakhouse

â–º Cimmiyotti's Steakhouse

â–º Great Pacific cafe & restaurant

â–º Sisters cafe (fabulous crepes!)


Please post your recommendations on our Facebook page or send us additional suggestions via e-mail on our Contact Us page.



Interesting facts


  • Pendleton is famous for the Pendleton Round-up and Happy Canyon, Pendleton Woolen Mills, and Pendleton Whiskey.
  • True West Magazine named Pendleton the Top True Western Town for 2011.
  • Pendleton was named Bloomberg Businessweek's Best Place to Raise Kids in Oregon.