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Unique rock & mineral collection, historic memorabilia, mining, Oregon Trail artifacts and more. Open daily March-October.

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We are a FULL SERVICE truck stop with all the amenities for long haul truckers, travelers and locals for fuel, food, C-store and services.

Large restaurant with very friendly and prompt service.

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This trail is open to hiking and horseback riding. The trail is marked with blaze signs and is steep in some areas. This is a beautiful trail, going by some historic spots. Smith Ditch-!/4 mile built by the CC’s for irrigation and water in the 1930′s and Gibson’s Cave – 1 1/4 mile. From Little Bald Mountains, the view is great to the north and south. The north looks into the low range lands towards Butter Creek, and the South into the Texas and Madison areas. Gibson’s Cave and Smith Ditch are exciting attractions to look around in.
You can make a complete loop of about 7 1/2 miles by following this route. From Bald Mountain Trail #3058 you can follow the Hells Half Acre Trail for another 2 1/2 miles to Cutsforth Park. Then take the Willow Creek Trail #3063 -2 1/2 miles up Willow Creek back to the Day Use Area.

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Headquartered in the one of the Top 10 True Western towns -Pendleton, Oregon- Barhyte Specialty Foods thrives as a small family company creating some of the most delicious mustards, marinades, wing sauces, and other gourmet condiments.

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Come disappear for a while at Barking Mad Farm! Enjoy Spacious suites and Farm-fresh breakfasts with Free Wi-fii and a Wrap-around porch. Pet friendly and located just minutes to Enterprise and Joseph.

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DESCRIPTION: Shaded north aspect, mixed conifer forest. Trail #813 trailhead.

ELEVATION: 5100 feet

FACILITIES: tables, fire pits, gravel campsite spurs, vault toilet, NO potable water

Campground Map – click for larger versionSITES: 6 family sites, size & number of trailer sites limited (no waste dump).

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OPERATED BY: Forest Service

ACCESSIBILITY LEVEL: Limited. Barriers within site. Toilet building has barrier-free design with short gravel approach path.

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Barnhouse Trail makes a relatively gentle climb across steepening terrain for 2.4 miles to connect with Fry Trail #816. The trail passes through managed mixed conifer and ponderosa pine forest with recent timber harvest activities and roads evident. From the junction with Fry Trail, Forest Road #2630 is about 1 mile to the south (uphill) and Keeton Trail #815 is about 1 mile to the north (downhill). Trail is maintained every year to primitive standards.

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The First Spanish Basques in Jordan Valley were Jose Navarro and Antonio Azcuenaga who came to Jordan Valley in 1889 and Augustin Azcuenaga in 1890. Pedro Arritola, Luis Yturraspe, and Cipriano Anacabe came a little later and soon there was a thriving Basque colony. Some of them became successful sheepmen, and others were skilled stonemasons, miners, hotelkeepers and merchants.

Basque immigrants began building the ball court or Pelota Frontone in the spring of 1915. It is built of native stone, hand hewn by Basque masons who learned their trade in Spain. Here, for years, they played Pelota (ball), a game similar to American handball.

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Bates State Park was once the site of a thriving lumber mill and an adjacent company town set in a lush valley in the Blue Mountains. It now offers camping spots and hiking trails.

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All the trails that lead into the Hells Canyon National Recreation Area consist of great elevation changes but also offer panoramic views of the canyon country. Steep, rocky, jagged canyon walls rise up from Battle Creek providing interesting views. In the early spring many wildflowers may be seen along the trail. This trail offers excellent wildlife viewing, such as elk, bighorn sheep, deer and bear. Remains of the Winchester mining site in lower Battle Creek are still visible. Barton Heights is accessible from this trail. It is a wonderful viewpoint of the river and has good dispersed campsites.

CONSIDERATIONS:

A Northwest Forest Pass is required at P.O. Saddle Trailhead.

Ten campsites are available at P.O. Saddle. They are suitable for tent camping or pull-through truck and trailer camping. There are vault toilets and fire rings available in addition to hitch rails, a stok loading ramp, stock water, corrals and ample parking. After the first mile the trail is open to foot and stock travel only, since it is in the Hells Canyon Wilderness. The trail is easy to follow but there are a few rocky and steep sections along the trail. Be aware of poison ivy and rattlesnakes that may be along the lower portion of the trail.

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