Spend The Night In This Abandoned Mining Town In Oregon For An Unforgettable Summer Getaway

Nestled into a beautiful old growth forest, Jawbone Flats is a little-known, off-the-grid ghost town that was used as a mining camp for more than 100 years. Nowadays, this incredible place offers the unique experience of renting a renovated historic cabin for an overnight getaway like no other. Check it out:

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Cabins can be rented for two nights at the least. Depending on the time of year and which cabin you choose, rates can range from $125-375. To find out more about renting a cabin, call (503) 892-2782 or check out this website.

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