Experience the high desert from the oldest city in Central Oregon. Hike, bike, fish and camp as you learn about the geographic wonders and historical content of this beautiful country, which also has year-round golf at Meadow Lakes Golf Course and boating at Prineville Reservoir State Park. Prineville has the unofficial title of Rockhound Capital of the U.S. Few places offer the variety of precious gemstones as the high desert and forests of this part of Oregon. Get your free Rockhound Map at the Prineville Chamber of Commerce.
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Road Trip: Prineville
If you’re clinging to August like a summer lifeline, we’re here to help. Head to Central Oregon’s Prineville (pop. 9,000) for a secret summer extension. Here in the high desert, morning sunshine brightens blue skies with summery promise and…
The Hatch is On
Editor’s Note: Our resident Fly Fisherman, Chris Santella is off on his three-day Central Oregon excursion–here’s the latest news from his trip and catch the full story in the March issue of Travel Oregon Magazine After a brief…
Dust off your gear, secure a fishing license and hit the water you’ve got some fish to catch this summer. In Oregon, the diversity and quality of angling is unlike any other place in the world. This summer alone, you can fish for trout,…
Where is Prineville, Oregon
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