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Geiser Pollman Park

Geiser Pollman Park

This park is located near the downtown corridor with perimeters fronting on Campbell, Grove, and Madison Streets. It also borders the Powder River and connects to the Leo Adler Parkway via a foot bridge located near the local library.
Geiser-Pollman Park is home to many community events each year including Miner's Jubilee, Memory Cruise Car Show, and the Powder River Music Revue. It also hosts many weddings, family reunions, company picnics in addition to providing a place to enjoy a quick lunch, read a book, or enjoy a lazy summer afternoon. The playground is enjoyed by young and not so young alike who visit the park. The park has over 100 trees of varying species and ages. It also includes amenities including a gazebo, covered picnic area, horseshoe pits, and restrooms.

Baker Heritage Museum

Baker Heritage Museum

In 1982, the Baker County Museum Commission established the Baker Heritage Museum (formally the Oregon Trail Regional Museum). The museum is located in the 100-year old Baker Municipal Natatorium, listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1977. Presently, the museum is a two-story interpretive collection of Baker County's history, specifically from the 1860s through 1960s. Core exhibits in the museum include Baker County industries (logging, ranching, and mining), historical Baker City, Wally Byam's Airstream experience, Chinese heritage, native and non-native wildlife, and a collection of regional Native American artifacts, including stone tools.

Anthony Lakes

Anthony Lakes

The Wallowa-Whitman National Forest, 2.3 million acres of varied landscape, extends from the Blue Mountains and rugged Wallowa Mountains down to the spectacular canyon country of the Snake River on the Idaho border. Anthony Lake Campground is located in the Southern Elkhorn Mountain/Powder River Basin Area, with the highest peak in the Elkhorn Mountains at 9,108 feet. The area around the lake is known for conifer forests, wildflower meadows and the resident mountain goats.

National Historic Oregon Trail Interpretive Center

National Historic Oregon Trail Interpretive Center

The National Historic Oregon Trail Interpretive Center offers living history demonstrations, interpretive programs, exhibits, multi-media presentations, special events, and more than four miles of interpretive trails.

Using life-size displays, films and live theater presentations, this Center tells the story  of Oregon Trail pioneers, explorers, miners and settlers of the frontier west. The 500 acre site includes remnants of the historic Flagstaff Gold Mine, actual ruts carved by pioneer wagons, and magnificent vistas of the historic trail route. 

 
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