Vale Bed and Breakfast Inns
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Bed and breakfast inns near Vale
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One of the most nature-gifted cities in the state of Oregon is Vale, and that is the reason why thousands visit it every year. Vale is located beside the Malheur River and is the county seat of Malheur. One of the more popular attractions in Vale is the Rinehart Stone House which was built way back in 1872 and served as a stop and a haven for settlers and travelers on the Oregon Trail. But now, just recently restored, the Rinehart Stone House is a museum showcasing the many facts and photos about the famous Oregon Trail and the structure is now listed in the National Register of Historic Places. Another equally admired Vale attraction is the Bully Creek Reservoir which provides a wide array of recreational activities like fishing and water sports. If you want to complete your Vale experience, stay at any Vale bed and breakfast inn. By Oregon Trail Inn.
A very popular town because of its historical significance, the city of Vale in Oregon has become a major tourist destination in Oregon over the years. Initially the first stop in Oregon along the Oregon Trail, the city of Vale is found just outside Idaho. If there is one community that has strictly shown progress in terms of culture and tradition compared to their early settlers, Vale will be among the top of the list. Although the town now has a number of Vale bed and breakfasts that are well loved by tourists and locals alike, the city has continued to preserve its natural beauty and heritage through the murals created by professional artists and locals all throughout the town. And to keep their heritage and culture alive, new murals are commissioned every year. People come to Vale all throughout the year to visit the historic Stone House or to drop by the Owyhee River. In Vale, you can go fishing, waterskiing, boating, and camping with friends and family. By Oregon Trail Inn.