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Recent Eastern Oregon reviews

  • Family friendly

    "Dick and Marta welcomed our family to their home by placing fresh picked strawberries from their patch in the fridge and a bottle of wine. From the kids corner ( which our granddaughters adored ) to the porch swing, we enjoyed the peace the location provided. The drive to nearby towns was short and we saw deer, elk, pheasant, groundhogs on the way. The R&R drive in has the best soft serve. We definitely recommend Antler Acres for anyone visiting Wallawa Valley. The mountains are breathtaking."
    Guest: Martha M. Date of Stay: June 2014 Review Submitted: July 17, 2014
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  • Danville rental

    "Great place,loved everything including the cats. Would love to stay again."
    Guest: Captjack Date of Stay: June 2014 Review Submitted: June 15, 2014
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  • Wonderful Lake House

    "We stayed at Karin's home in early September, and I couldn't have been more pleased with our experience. I travel extensively and use VRBO frequently, and I was far more satisfied with the amenities and cleanliness of the property than I have been at other homes. From the beginning, Karin was wonderful to work with -- responsive, honest and responsible. We had no issues during our stay, but I'm sure she would have been readily available should we have needed her. We filled the house with 6 adults, 2 dogs and 2 babies. We brought our own pack n' plays and high chairs, and we thought that there was plenty of floorspace for all of us. The smallest bedroom with a full bed was a cozy squeeze for one couple, but Karin was very clear from the beginning about the size of her home and even advised against bringing so many adults! The downstairs/main floor was beautifully decorated and plenty spacious -- yes a few people sat on the floor when we were all inside in the evenings, but that's what we usually do with babies anyway. We cooked several meals for all of us and found the kitchen to be more than sufficient (and without Teflon-leaching pans -- I don't know what that review was about.) Couldn't find a cheese grater, though! Yes, the bathroom and shower are small. It's a mountain cabin. It was clean and functional, though! We brought our 22 ft fiberglass boat, and easily docked it at the house. We had a fantastic time out on the lake every day -- glad we brought our wetsuits so late in the season! As other reviews have stated, there are lots of stairs and the ramp to the floating dock is steep without a hand rail. This is not a good property for unsure-footed individuals. But it can't be beat for a lake house in the beautiful Wallowas!"
    Guest: Kate R. Date of Stay: September 2014 Review Submitted: September 16, 2014
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  • A Great Vacation Spot

    ""Wapiti Cabin" turned out to be a delightful home with an outstanding view of the Powder River. The "cabin" was neat and clean and equipped with modern appliances as well as a complete supply of quality dishes, cooking utensils, and silverware. The cabin's custom made king size beds and dining room table were very impressive. During our stay we visited Baker City and made the short drive to Haines for dinner at the Haines Steak House, but mostly we just relaxed at the cabin. My wife worked on her quilting and I fished the river. We spent a fair amount of time sitting on the porch enjoying the peace and quiet and admiring the view. The abundant wildlife, ranging from numerous bird species to mule deer browsing in the yard, certainly added to our enjoyment. Thanks for a great stay. We plan to visit Wapiti Cabin again."
    Guest: John and Jo Date of Stay: June 2014 Review Submitted: June 14, 2014
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Eastern Oregon Travel Tips

Visit Snow-Topped Mountains and Deserts in One Vacation at Eastern Oregon Vacation Rentals

From its early history as a remote, inaccessible region, Eastern Oregon is now easily to reach with an excellent road system. Visitors to Eastern Oregon lodging now use Interstate 84 or Interstate 82. From north to south, US Route 395 is an ideal road, and there are also other major roads such as US Routes 20, 26, 30 and 97.

Eastern Oregon has a drier, more continental climate than most of the state. The region receives significantly more snow in winter and has areas classified as "deserts" due to the lack of rainfall. It is a region of contrasts.

Eastern Oregon Vacation Houses near Millions of Years of History

Eastern Oregon vacation rentals are surrounded by a wealth of attractions to fill every vacation day. Visit the 14,000-acre John Day Fossil Beds National Monument to explore the three areas of Painted Hills, Sheep Rock and Clarno where you can view fossils dating back some 65 million years. An ideal place for children is the Thomas Condon Paleontology Center at Sheep Rock where the interactive exhibits will enthrall and teach children about the animals that roamed this region millions of years ago. To explore the history of the early settlers to Eastern Oregon, visit the National Historic Oregon Trail Interpretive Center. The center features exhibits and living history performances to bring to life the journey and hardships of the pioneers.

To discover more about the life of Native Americans, visit the Tamastslikt Cultural Institute where exhibits include the story of three native tribes--the Cayuse, Walla Walla and Umatilla. At Pendleton Underground Tours, visitors can discover the infamous past of the area’s once major town. Children will also enjoy the Eagle Cap Excursion Train that runs from Elgin to Joseph. This 63-mile journey takes visitors through the stunning scenery of the Grande Ronde River, Wallowa River and Valley and on to the Wallowa Mountains. The internment of Japanese Americans during World War II is commemorated at the Four Rivers Cultural Center, and at the Kam Wah Chung Museum, the role of Chinese immigrants is celebrated. Among other museums here are the Chinese House Railroad Museum, Cracker Creek Museum of Mining, and the Eastern Oregon Fire Museum. There are also 13 ghost towns to be explored, including Auburn, Cornucopia, Galena and Horse Haven.

Mile After Mile of Wilderness near Eastern Oregon Vacation Homes

One of the major attractions to Eastern Oregon vacation houses is the vast wilderness and the variety of outdoor recreation activities within easy distance. During the winter, the region is renowned for downhill and cross country skiing, snowboarding, snowshoeing and snowmobiling. During the summer, it becomes a haven for backpackers, hikers, anglers, and mountain bikers. There are horseback riding trails and parks with areas for ATVs. The region's lakes, rivers and reservoirs provide excellent areas for swimming, fishing, boating, and whitewater rafting.

Scattered around the region are wonderful local restaurants, serving locally grown and reared produce. Local menus may include such treats as buffalo, elk and venison.

Eastern Oregon Lodging Includes Simply Wonderful Homes

Visitors to Eastern Oregon lodging will be delighted with the selection of wonderful homes in glorious locations here. Each home is maintained and equipped to a high standard and each comes with its own unique extras to add a touch of luxury to each home. Visitors will find extras such as entertainment systems, child-friendly homes with games and toys, wifi internet access and outdoor space with BBQs and patio or deck furniture. Some properties make a feature of the lack of such luxuries as a real chance to get away from everything! Many homes here also welcome pets.

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