There's so much to see and do in our neck of the woods, you'll want to come for more than just a day. We've got lots of places for you to lay your head and rest up after your adventures...
Do everything...Do Nothing...
Far away from the din of modern life lies Pine Valley Lodge, a rustic Western inn located on Main Street in the quiet ranching community of Halfway, Oregon. Whether you are exploring the ghost towns of historic Eastern Oregon, taking in the beauty of the Hells Canyon Scenic Route, or simply looking to get away from it all, Pine Valley Lodge is your comfortable escape to rest, relax, and rejuvenate.
Choose the accommodations that suit your party. We have full family lodging in the Main Street Shack and Bunkhouse, and private rooms and suites in the Yellow House, the Blue Dog, and the Lodge building.
Your Hells Canyon Connection!
Halfway Motel & RV Park is a family-owned and operated business. Centrally located on Main Street, we're just minutes away from the Snake River, Hells Canyon National Recreation Area, Cornucopia, and the Eagle Cap Wilderness. For the active adventurer, these areas boast some of the best hunting, fishing, biking, hiking, boating, floating, snowmobiling, and cross-country skiing, and the amazing views make it a photographer's paradise as well.
The Motel features 26 rooms with queen-sized beds, in-room coffee, fridge, and mircowave, flat-screen TV's, Wi-Fi, and a picnic area with Barbecue grill available for guest use. The RV Park has 15 full hook-up spaces with 20-30-50 Amp service, showers, laundry, Barbecues, and picnic tables. Call 541-742-5722 for rates and reservations.
Comfortable and affordable lodging...
With the area's newest restaurant and lounge conveniently located just downstairs from your room! Beautifully remodeled and updated rooms with shared bath on the hall. Call 541-742-6245 for information and reservations.
White Fir Retreat
The White Fir Retreat is nestled in the trees with a creek running nearby. Quiet and secluded, it's seven miles outside Halfway where the pavement ends on the way to Cornucopia, making it ideally situated for all your outdoor adventures--snowmobiling, nordic skiing, snowshoeing, hiking, hunting, fishing, dirt biking, four wheeling, or mountain biking.
The cabin is rustic but has all the comforts of home, including a fully-equipped kitchen with stove, microwave, and dishwasher, washer and dryer, telephone, and WiFi. It sleeps up to 12 and has two full baths with showers, so there is plenty of room for the whole family.
You may stay from one night up to a month; call 541-540-5040 or 541-742-2891 or e-mail email@example.com to check rates and availability and to make reservations.
Quail Run RV Park & Storage is located on the northern edge of Halfway on Cornucopia Highway. Quiet and clean, it boasts majestic views of the Wallowa Mountains. You can walk to town to enjoy a meal at one of the local restaurants or drive a few short miles and find yourself in the Wallowa Whitman National Forest. Baker County boasts some of the best hunting, fishing, snowmobiling, boating, and other outdoor recreation in the region. Park your rig with us and enjoy it all!
20, 30, and 50 amps in all sites
7 full hook-up sites
Nightly, weekly, and monthly rates available
Quail Run RV Park & Storage is a family-owned and operated business, and we are open year-round to accommodate RV parking for winter activities. If the mountains are calling you, please call or text us to book your next visit! 503-608-8670.
Your Adventure Headquarters
Whether you are looking for a backcountry experience or the slow pace of a small town, you’ll come home to a hot shower and fresh linens, a fully-equipped kitchen and 815 sq ft. of cozy charm. Our goal is to make your stay easy and care-free so you can get out and enjoy your adventures!
Wifi, ceiling fans, on-demand water heating and A/C will add comfort and convenience to your stay, along with a heated mudroom for outdoor gear that is equipped with a full-size washer and dryer. Plenty of off-street parking for your seasonal toys.
For more information and to book a reservation, visit the AirBnB page.
Your base camp for wilderness adventures! 541-742-4500
Come to us for a mountain retreat or a complete summer adventure! Stay in the lodge or book a private cabin. Relax on the deck, hike in the mountains, explore the mining ghost town of Cornucopia, or join us on a guided riding trip. We offer a variety of excursions, from a two-hour trail ride to an overnight camping trip into Oregon's incredible Eagle Cap Wilderness. Ride one of our trail horses or bring your own.
Enjoy your stay...be as active as you like, or just kick back and enjoy the mountain beauty.
Hitching Post Motel
Located in downtown Richland, the Hitching Post Motel is conveniently located for all your Eagle Valley adventures, whether in the hills or on the Brownlee Reservoir. Chukkar hunting, fishing, boating, hiking, riding, or cycling, whatever your activity, you'll have a place to rest nearby at the end of the day. Call 541-893-6176 for rates and reservations.
Eagle Valley RV Park
Conveniently located on Highway 86 on the east edge of Richland, Eagle Valley RV Park is open year 'round with vacation and full-time spaces available. They also offer outdoor boat and RV storage, airtight storage units, and have a laundromat on site. You're just a short drive away from Hewitt-Holcomb park, making it the perfect base camp for fishing and boating on the reservoir. Drive a bit further and you're on the Snake River! Call 541-893-6161 for more information and reservations.
All Idaho Power campgrounds, parks, boat ramps, and recreation access sites are now open. Demand for campsites has been high, with many locations filling up on weekends. Visitors are advised to reserve a spot before heading out. Restroom buildings and showers at campgrounds remain closed; portable toilets are in place and are serviced regularly. Fish-cleaning stations and RV dump sites are open. Idaho Power requests that all visitors follow social-distancing guidelines, including when they interact with Idaho Power staff. For more information and to make reservations, visit the Idaho Power website.