Eastern Oregon Ghost Towns

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Embark on a fascinating tour of Oregon’s most fascinating ghost towns, mining camps, fishing villages, lumber towns, and historic forts! With 18 officially designated “ghost towns” still on the map, Oregon is reported to more ghost towns than any other … Continue reading






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4 Days in Rugged Country

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Day 1 Boardman • Boardman is a great jumping-off point for visitors to eastern Oregon. This little town has grown quite literally from a “wayside” stop in 1962 to a bustling industrial and recreational destination. With the mighty Columbia River … Continue reading






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Blue Mountain Scenic Byway

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The Blue Mountain Scenic Byway is known for its diversity. As you travel the route, enjoy its charming towns, majestic national forests, rocky peaks, and wild rivers. After climbing from the striking Wallowa-Whitman National Forest replete with hiking, snowmobiling, camping, … Continue reading






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Hardman

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A travel center and agricultural ghost town on Oregon’s eastern grasslands. It is located on SH 207, nine miles south of Ruggs and 20 south of Heppner. Hardman was founded in the 1870s, and the post office was established in … Continue reading






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