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Awesome Eastern Oregon



Eastern Oregon has many nick names. Names like “The Alps of Oregon”, “The Other Oregon”, and “God’s Country.” But no matter how you look at it, the extreme landscapes from the Columbia River to Hells Canyon to the desert, the deep canyons, tall mountains, and fast rivers well give you a greater love for your Oregon weekend.
1. Children's Museum of Eastern Oregon- Located in Pendleton Oregon, the museum is a place to be a kid again. With hands-on fun visitors can enjoy the Science Lab exhibit or one of the many programs offered by the museum.

2. Eastern Oregon Museum - Located in Haines Oregon, the museum proudly claims “Home to the finest collection of Western Memorabilia in the Northwest." With over 10,000 nostalgic artifacts, it is the place to go to see some eastern Oregon history.

3. Four Rivers Cultural Center- Located in Ontario, Oregon, The Cultural Center has a Conference Center, theater, museum and even a Japanese Garden.

4. Lehman Hot Springs - Located in Ukiah, Oregon, the Hot Springs offers Natural hot mineral pools with nearby fishing and atv trails. Many ATV and hiking trail are near by at the Winom-Frazier Off Highway (OHV) Complex.
5. Pendleton Underground Tours- Located in Pendleton Oregon, the underground tour will take you back to the way it was 100 years ago.You will feel the history come alive as you tour the tunnels where Chinese laborers lived and businesses thrived! Both legal and illegal.

6. Wallowa County Museum - Located in Joseph, Oregon,it is mainly useg for research. However their mandate is to preserve and protect past and present Wallowa County History.

7. Wallowa Lake Tramway - Located in the Wallowa Whitman National Forest, you can enjoy a scenic ride on a tram to the top of Mt. Howard. At the top of your ride, stop in for a meal. The Summit Grill and Alpine Patio overlooking the beautiful Wallowa Lake, makes for a peaceful afternoon.


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