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Posted on: October 10th, 2012 by Annie Von Domitz in Oregon Trail Interpretive Sites | No Comments

On Washington Street at the east side City Park (Highway 20/26).

Emigrants often stopped at the Malheur River to camp, rest, and recuperate a bit before moving on toward Farewell Bend. An interpretive shelter describes Vale’s history, including the Stone House (circa 1873), where later travelers rested in more comfortable accommodations. An Ezra Meeker monument stands at the Malheur County Courthouse.

Vale Chamber of Commerce.

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