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We offer Fresh Made Bagels, sandwiches, wraps, french dips, Lattes, Soups and Specialty Cream Cheeses. We also offer homemade desserts (ie Turnovers, Baklava, Cinnamon rolls, peanut butter bars).

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The Lone Pine cafe is located in Historic Baker City, Oregon and offers a variety of hand-crafted tastes prepared daily with fresh ingredients. Locally sources produce and meats are utilized to bring a special flavor to both breakfast and lunch menus.

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Experience Oregon’s only horse-drawn elk-viewing tours during winter months. True horsemanship training for horse & human during the summer.

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Union Creek Campground is located on Phillips Lake, southwest of Baker City, at an elevation of 4,120 feet. The area offers opportunities for fishing, hiking, boating, swimming, and water skiing. The campground receives a high amount of use.

The campground has 58 tent/trailer sites, 12 tent sites and 80 picnic sites. The campground offers water, toilets, electric hookup, and sewage dump.

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Opposite the Oregon Trail National Historic Interpretive Center is the Virtue Flat Off-Highway Vehicle Area offering 60 miles of riding through the southern reach of the Blue Mountains. Permits required.

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Tuesday – Friday, 8 AM – 5:30 PM

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Annual Baker City car show featuring, hot rods, classic cars and other vintage automobiles from Oregon, Idaho, Washington and throughout the Northwest. The show is held at the Geiser Pollman Park from 8 AM until 4 PM on Saturday. Followed by a the Durkee Steak Feed  and car display at Quail Ridge Golf Course on Saturday evening.  Events throughout the day include the show N Shine, Valve Cover Races, and live music and conclude with an fun filled evening cruising historic Baker City’s Main Street. 

Travel Oregon makes every effort to provide accurate information to make your visit to Oregon enjoyable. However event prices and times may change without notice. Please call ahead for the most up-to-date information.

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The Powder River Music Review concert series is weekly outdoor concert series in Baker City’s Geiser Pollman Park on the banks of the Powder River featuring local and regional musicians on Sunday afternoons from mid June through August.  The concert series is free to the public however donations are accepted and funds raised during the concerts will be used to construct a new Baker City Bandstand in the park

Travel Oregon makes every effort to provide accurate information to make your visit to Oregon enjoyable. However event prices and times may change without notice. Please call ahead for the most up-to-date information.

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Explore the history of the Oregon Trail in Baker City at the National Historic Oregon Trail Interpretive Center.  This two day celebration features an outdoor wagon encampment on flagstaff Hill outside of the Interpretive Center overlooking the Elkhorn Mountains and the ruts of the Oregon Trail running through the Baker Valley below.  Living history performers including trappers, wagon masters, and emigrant families demonstrate what life was like along the Oregon Trail.  The weekend’s festivities include  lectures, Dutch oven cooking demonstrations, and  interactive exhibits for history buffs of all ages both inside the center and outside in the wagon encampment.

Travel Oregon makes every effort to provide accurate information to make your visit to Oregon enjoyable. However event prices and times may change without notice. Please call ahead for the most up-to-date information.

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A monthly art celebration in historic Downtown Baker City, on the first Friday of each month from 5p.m. until approximately 9 p.m. Galleries and arts venues throughout the historic downtown participate with extended hours, special shows, artist receptions, entertainment, and refreshments.

Participating galleries and venues vary, for more information and a complete list of this month’s participating venues please visit www.crossroads-arts.org

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