Eastern Oregon Sights

We’ve compiled the best of the best in Eastern Oregon - browse our top choices for the top things to see during your stay.

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Battle Mountain Forest State Scenic Corridor

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Near the 4,288-foot summit of Battle Mountain is a state park filled with fir trees and flowers, and if you've packed a lunch there are...

Heritage Station Museum

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The town's historical society outlines Pendleton's story in photos and historic displays. The old railway depot houses the museum, and...

McKay Creek National Wildlife Refuge

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Five miles south of Pendleton, the 1,837-acre wetland next to McKay Reservoir provides a home for Canadian geese, ducks, pheasants, waterfowl...

Pendleton Underground Tours

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This 90-minute tour transports you below ground and back through Pendleton's history of gambling, girls, and gold. The Underground Tours...

Pendleton Woolen Mills

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Pendleton's most significant source of name-recognition in the country comes from this mill, home of the trademark wool plaid shirts...

Round-Up Hall of Fame Museum

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The museum's collection spans the rodeo's history since 1910, with photographs—including glamorous glossies of prior Rodeo Queens and...

Tamástslikt Cultural Institute

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Located at the Wildhorse Resort and Casino, this impressive 45,000-square-foot interpretive center depicts history from the perspective...

Ukiah-Dale Forest State Scenic Corridor

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The North Fork of the John Day River and Camas Creek, which flow through this forested park, have excellent trout, steelhead, and salmon...

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