You’ve Never See A Ghost Town Like This One In Oregon Before
Located deep in the high desert of Lake County, Fort Rock Valley Homestead Museum is a one-of-a-kind museum comprised of numerous abandoned, historic buildings from the area that were salvaged and relocated to Fort Rock, creating a sort of ghost town village in the middle of nowhere. Exploring this unique place is a one-of-a-kind experience.
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Fort Rock Valley Homestead Museum is located just off of HWY 31, about 64 miles from of Bend.
Visitors are welcome to take a self guided tour on any Friday, Saturday, or Sunday from 10am-4pm, May through October. Be sure to check out the visitor center for information, gifts, and more. Learn more on the Fort Rock website.
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