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Big Bend BLM Campground

Kimberly, OR 97848

Campground on the North Fork John Day River, two miles northeast of Kimberly toward Monument. (No water…

Dunstan Homestead Preserve

Prairie City, OR 97869

Four and one-half miles of the Middle Fork John Day River on this former ranch are being restored to provide spawning…

We are in Roseburg & want to go to Eastern Oregon beyond Crater Lake and head north towards Ione with our travel trailer. We like hiking and biking too. Where should we stop and what should we see on the way?

If you go north from Crater Lake toward Bend on 97, you can then head east on Highway 26. You will pass through wonderful small towns between Prineville and Mitchell as well as plenty of campgrounds and hiking options in the Ochoco National Forest. …

Rim Trail

RIM TRAIL IS UNDER CONSTRUCTION AND INCOMPLETE. Trail is estimated to be ready for use in 2004.

John Day Lock And Dam, Lake Umatilla

Many recreation opportunities are available along the shores of Lake Umatilla and on the John Day River, such as…

Black Canyon Trail

This generally moderate scenic trail parallels Owl Creek and Black Canyon Creek for the length of the wilderness,…

Deschutes_SunCountryRafting

Go With the Flow

written by Eileen Garvin on April 29th, 2012

Late spring runoff is still with us, and that means rivers are flowing strong. For some early season boating, check out…

My wife and I will be traveling by car from Boise to Portland along I-84 in June. We have two or three days for the journey. What highlights do you recommend we consider?

As you may know, the trip from Boise to Portland is roughly a 7-hour car ride, direct. But I have a different idea for you that will take you a bit longer, but what sights and scenery you will see! First, you may want to plan a few hours in downto…

Fossil – Twickenham – Service Creek

You won’t find much flat road on this scenic, twisting ride, but you’ll find the stark beauty of craggy…

David Johnson

Meet Ask Oregon Ambassador David Johnson

written by Rhiannon West Chamberlain on November 9th, 2011

Editor’s Note: We recently unveiled Ask Oregon, a program that allows travelers to ask “Oregon Experts&…

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