Nearby Attractions - Eastern Oregon
Kam Wah Chung State Heritage Area (John Day)
Malheur National Forest (covers a large area of land, headquartered in John Day)
Grant County Historical Museum (Canyon City)
DeWitt Museum (Prairie City)
Umatilla National Forest (mostly NE of the Sheep Rock Unit, headquartered in Pendleton)
National Historic Oregon Trail Interpretive Center (near Baker City)
Baker Heritage Museum (Baker City)
Wallowa-Whitman National Forest (NE Oregon and SE Washington, includes Hell's Canyon National Recreation Area, headquartered in Baker City)
Heritage Station Museum (Pendleton)
Tamástslikt Cultural Institute (east of Pendleton)
Malheur National Wildlife Refuge (south of Burns, near Frenchglen)
More state parks than you can shake a stick at (throughout Oregon)
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Did You Know?
Brontotheres, large relatives of horses and rhinoceros, once lived on the North American continent.