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Huntington

This historic Oregon Trail town sure knows how to keep things fresh.

Huntington’s event calendar is jam-packed — and these aren’t your typical community gatherings — from fall Celtic games and summer pioneer celebrations to vintage car shows, catfish competitions and a haunted Halloween forest. For a piece of yesteryear, visit the Huntington Historical Museum or check out the covered wagons at Farewell Bend State Recreation Area.

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Is part of the Oregon Trail still visible in Eastern Oregon?

There are two great spots that I would suggest to see the Oregon Trail. One is Blue Mountain Crossing, just off I-84, about nine miles west of La Grande. It’s a half-mile paved, easy accessible trail that follows some of the best preserved and most scenic traces of the Oregon Trails. Blue Mountain Crossing has discovery trails where you…

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