Fish House Inn and RV Park

Address: 110 E Franklin Ave, Dayville, Oregon, 97825-5000, United States | Campground
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This campground is located on 110 E Franklin Ave, Dayville.
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        Travel Blogs from Dayville

        John Day Fossil Beds NM

        A travel blog entry by leesneed on Aug 21, 2016

        24 photos

        Checking out of the motel on Sunday, we
        drove back through Redmond and on to the
        Painted Hills, one of three units of the John
        Day Fossil Beds National Monument. We hiked
        on several short trails of one mile or less through
        picturesque multicolored hills that apparently
        contained fossils of various types, …

        Chinese Museum, fire zone and moongazing

        A travel blog entry by shutrbug on Sep 27, 2015

        2 comments, 39 photos

        ... and it was humongous.
        We dropped down into John Day, and it was pretty sleepy on this Sunday morning. We headed first to the Kam Wah Chung Interpretive Center and was surprised to see it open on a Sunday.Better yet, there was a free guided tour of the Kam Wag Chung store in five minutes and it was free. And we were the only two people on the tour. Score!
        This part of town was the local "Chinatown" from the 1800's gold ...

        Daysville, Oregon

        A travel blog entry by agoard on Sep 15, 2014

        1 comment, 5 photos

        Prior to breaking camp Jeff and I took the Gondola to spectacular views atop the 8,300 foot summit of Mt Howard on the edge of the Eagle Cap Wilderness. There are a couple of miles of hiking trails, views of three states and, surprisingly, two natural springs bubbling out of the ground. How does water flow 8,000 feet up when you are at the peak of a mountain? Next stop was an easy drive to Baker City, so far one of the most enjoyable ...


        A travel blog entry by powerstroke on Sep 10, 2014

        ... thrilled by the new roommate. Although bribing both Oliver and Banjo with treats allows them to tolerate one another in the same room.
        Last night Tony and Sasha took us out on the town we hit up the Outpost;
        10 Tacos for $10 a deal if you ask me. I was surprised when 5 tacos each
        filled Kenz and I up, we have been eating unlimited amounts of food. The
        beer, Barley Browns Jacklift IPA, at the Outpost "was the best thing Kenz
        had ever put in her mouth" ...

        Continuing a Beautiful Drive Through Oregon

        A travel blog entry by frguido on Aug 26, 2014

        2 photos

        ... see the Milky Way as if it were painted across the heavens with a brush... breathtaking!! I opened the skylight of the camper and went to sleep looking up at that magnificent sight... billions of stars it seemed... and the Creator of all of that knows the number of hairs on your ...