Union’s charming Main Street is a National Historic District. It’s not just Victorian brickwork buildings of the lovingly restored 1920s Historic Union Hotel, Union County Museum and Carnegie Library that appeal—Catherine Creek promises fine fishing and glorious hiking trails. Other attractions include golf and horseback riding in this unique town nestled between cattle ranches, farms and the state’s largest national forest.
Union is located in Eastern Oregon, where miles of scenic byways, alpine wilderness, working cattle ranches and basalt canyons are still the place for explorers to make their mark.
This area includes the nearby subregion: The Wallowas.