Baker City Area Attractions
We’re approximately 1 mile from the local golf course, with 18 holes of breathtaking views, and challenging layouts.
Anthony Lakes Area
We’re approximately 24 miles from Anthony Lakes area. Exceptional deep powder skiing highlights this family resort with spectacular views of the Powder River Valley. Beginners to expert enjoy 21 downhill trails, miles of Nordic trails and over 400 miles of snowmobile trails. In the summer picnic, fish and hike at many alpine lakes.
Hells Canyon National Recreation Area
This recreation area includes: Hells Canyon Scenic Byway – a series of connected roads that lead you to the best viewpoints, or right into the canyon itself. Hells Canyon and the Snake River – it’s even deeper than the Grand Canyon, and covers 7 distinct life zones. A variety of animal life can be seen, including bighorn sheep, cougar, bobcat, and mountain goat. Interesting petroglyphs and rock formations. Rafting, boating, swimming, fishing, sightseeing, family fun. Hells Canyon Overlook – great views of Snake River Canyon, Seven Devils Range, and McGraw Canyon. Great photo opportunities. Snake River Reservoirs – Excellent fishing. Hewitt Park and Brownlee Reservoir – Boating and fishing access to Brownlee Reservoir.
Historic Adler House
This completely restored and renovated Victorian home was the residence of Philanthropist Leo Adler for 94 years. Listen to his story and feel the presence of his family as you wander through the various rooms on a guided tour. Leo’s philanthropic deeds continue to this day serving as benefactor to many of the youth and organizations in the community via the Leo Adler Fund.
Oregon Trail Regional Museum
We’re a short drive from the Oregon Trail Regional Museum where you’ll find fascinating exhibits of pioneer artifacts, mining, farming, lumbering, transportation and wildlife during the 1800’s. Exceptional Cavin Warfel collections of rocks, minerals and semi precious stones including a 1000 lb. Arkansas crystal. Also view the Billy T. Wyatt cabochon collection. Located on Grove Street. Open daily, May – late October.
Historic Baker City
We’re approx. 8 blocks from historic Downtown Baker City, rich in flavor of the 1890’s with its national recognized historic shopping district, historic homes and 80.4 oz gold nugget located at US Bank. The district includes unique shops and restaurants, Geiser-Pollman Park and the Leo Adler Pathway which runs along the Powder River.
Leo Adler Memorial Parkway
6 blocks from Lou Adler Memorial Parkway
Elkhorn Scenic Byway
This 106 mile loop winds through the Elkhorn Mountains and into the Wallowa Whitman National Forest, rich in scenery, history and recreational opportunities. Fishing, camping, picnicking, boating, hiking and hunting. Much of Baker County’s gold mining industry was located here.
Baker Sports Complex
We’re approx. 1 mile from Sports Complex, baseball, soccer, or tennis anyone, a full service complex for your sports event, tennis both day and night tournaments.
Oregon Trail Interpretive Center
Located approx. 5 miles east of Baker City at the summit of Flagstaff Hill. Rendezvous with the pioneers as this awe-inspiring interpretive center brings to life the courage and hardships experienced along the Oregon Trail. Outdoor displays include a pioneer encampment. An authentic gold mining operation comes alive in the summer months. Four miles of paved footpaths lead to living history areas and the still visible ruts of the pioneer wagon wheels.
Sumpter Valley, Sumpter Valley Railroad and Sumpter Valley Dredge
We’re approx. 25 miles from Sumpter Valley. Sumpter Valley Railroad is a restored 1890 number 19 wood burner train. This narrow gauge Railroad operates on weekends from Memorial Day through September. Depots are in Sumpter, the liveliest ghost town in Oregon, and at McEwen Railroad Park off Hwy 7. The Sumpter Valley Dredge State Heritage Area is an important historic and cultural resource that links Oregon’s pioneering past with settlement and development. It is one of the largest and most accessible gold dredges still remaining in the U.S. Today, the dredge stands silent but whispers the hope, sweat, and dreams of the men who worked on it.
We’re located just 1 block from the Chinese Cemetary. Two readerboards explain some of the history of the cemetery and of the Chinese in Baker County. It features a new Pavillion designed and manufactured in Suzhou, China.