Phone: 415-748-8697, 415-515-6316
Offers Meditation, Yoga, Pilates, Dance, Labyrinth Walk, River/Garden Walk
Front Lobby open 24/7 for brochures/information about Grant County.
It is approximately 8 miles northwest of Dayville, Oregon & 19 miles south of Kimberly,
Oregon. Please click the link for more information.
Family owned orchard where you can pick your own fruits or buy from their farm stand.
One of the “7 Wonders of Oregon,” located in the John Day Fossil Beds National Park near
Mitchell, OR. Please click the link for more information.
Covered Wagon Overlook:
Five miles east of Prairie City, Oregon, a Conestoga Wagon sits atop a lookout area north of
Highway 26. Visitors stop here to take in the panoramic views of Prairie City, located at the
east end of the John Day Valley.
Antiques & Collectibiles
Free Tours: May 1 – Oct 31
Paved walking path (1 mile) around park, picnic areas, pond, skateboard park, tennis/basketball
courts, baseball fields, exercise circuit, playgrounds, dirt bike paths.
Beautiful mountain lake with a 1-mile walking trail around the lake.
From John Day, Oregon, take U.S. Highway 26 east for approximately 9 miles. At the junction of County Road 18, travel north approximately 10 miles. At Forest Road 3620, turn left and drive approximately 1 mile to Forest Road 3618. The campground is 1 mile from the turnoff. From Prairie City, Oregon, take U.S. Highway 26 approximately 3 miles west. At the junction of County Road 18, travel north approximately 10 miles. Turn right on Forest Road 3620 and travel. approximately 1 mile to Forest Road 3618. The campground is about 1 mile from the turnoff. Please click the link for more information.
This hike is a 6.2-mile round-trip trail located near Prairie City, Oregon that features a lake and. is rated as moderate. The trail offers a number of activity options and is best used from July until October. Dogs and horses are also able to use this trail.
This hike is a 4-mile round-trip trail located on Highway 19 near Kimberly, Oregon that offers scenic views and is rated as moderate. The trail offers a number of activity options and is accessible year-round. Dogs are also able to use this trail but must be kept on leash.