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North Fork John Day River

The North Fork John Day River means a lot of things to a lot of people. To river rafters it means rapids that are…

Home in the John Day River Territory

written by Joni Kabana on June 13th, 2016

I wish I could say that moving to an isolated rural area in the John Day River Territory a few years ago took a lot of…

North Fork John Day River Trail

The area is signed. Limited parking, toilets, and maintained Campground is located near the trailhead. The 23 miles of…

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Road Trip: Wasco, Moro and Maupin

written by Eileen Garvin on November 1st, 2016

Between the Columbia River Gorge and the high desert of Central Oregon lies an undiscovered country. Sunny and tranquil…

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Ride the Painted Hills Scenic Bikeway

written by Jen Anderson on September 7th, 2016

Oregon is full of breathtaking bike routes, from rocky coastlines to winding hills, lava buttes to forest trails. But…

Pup in Tow on the Painted Hills Scenic Bikeway

written by Allison Miles on August 10th, 2016

Whirring bicycle wheels and the steady gnawing of puppy teeth against a rawhide bone merge into a peaceful rhythm as I…

Wide-Open Country at Cottonwood Canyon State Park

written by Jen Anderson on July 21st, 2016

With 8,000 acres of rugged terrain vertical cliffs carved by the John Day River, deep canyons and rocky grasslands…

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Fossil Motel & RV Park

105 First St. Fossil, OR 97830

Whether you're hunting for fossils, looking for relaxation, rafting, fishing, hunting, exploring our landscapes…

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