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Baker City, Oregon, is one of the Beaver State’s most historic places; it’s a town known for its ties to the state’s pioneer days, with the Geiser Grand Hotel being the town’s most iconic feature. But it’s not all history lessons here; Baker City is located in the heart of the eponymous Baker County, which is colloquially referred to as “the base camp for Eastern Oregon” — an area that includes the Snake River, Oregon Trail, and Hells Canyon. It’s a historic and scenic region that’s best explored over several days. And this secluded and rustic VRBO near Baker City will perfectly set the tone for your adventure in this incredible place in Oregon.


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We simply adore Baker City, Oregon. Let us count the ways, shall we?  With a population of roughly 10,000, Baker City is a one-of-a-kind town in Eastern Oregon that will blow you away. For starters, it's super scenic -- nestled into a valley between the Wallowa and Elkhorn Mountains, Baker City is surrounded by gorgeous scenery, making it a great launching pad for outdoor recreation. Meanwhile, there's plenty to do in town, from lounging at cafes and exploring the local shops to visiting historic landmarks and even golfing. History buffs adore this Old West town, too. Established in 1865, Baker City is full of fascinating history. The town's beautiful Historic District is listed on the National Register of Historic Places and is home to buildings that date back to the 1870s. You can also check out the Baker Heritage Museum and the Alder House Museum to learn about local history. What's more, only a few miles outside of town is the incredible National Historic Oregon Trail Interpretive Center, where you can check out educational exhibits and even see wagon-wheel ruts left behind from wagons that traveled on the Oregon Trail. There's no place in Oregon quite like Baker City!

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Ever wanted to stay on the Oregon Coast? With views of Haystack Rock, no less? Then this charming coastal cottage is calling your name! This cozy cottage in Oregon, offered through VRBO, has everything you need for a wonderful beachside stay, including some front-row views of Haystack Rock. It's called The Horner House and it was built in 1928. Situated on a hill less than a block from the beach, the home boasts an amazing view of Haystack Rock and The Needles. Step inside to find a beautifully-appointed living area. The 1,500-square-foot home is warm and welcoming and if you're staying during the winter months, you'll appreciate the gas fireplace on chilly evenings. (Talk about peak hygee vibes!)

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