Princeton, Oregon

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Top Chillin Spots in and near Princeton

  • Burns, Oregon

    Soak at Crystal Crane Hot Springs

    5.0
    There are six pools at Crystal Crane, including the well-maintained 100-foot diameter soaking pool, which is kept at 102 degrees ($3.50 day fee), and a number of private tubs ($7.50/hr). You can stay overnight in private cabins, or use the RV and tent camping sites. You'll have access to plenty o...
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  • Harney County, Oregon

    Drive the Steens Mountain Loop

    5.0
    Steens Mountain makes you feel like you are on top of the world. At nearly 10,000ft in elevation and not being well known, the Steens will make you to feel like you’re in a truly remote place. It offers a great view of the sunset and if you stay at night will offer the one best stargazing in all ...
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  • Princeton, Oregon

    Take in the View from Steens Mountain Summit

    0.8 mi / 100 ft gain
    Driving on the 205 you will turn onto the Steens Mountain Loop Road at the Frenchglen Hotel State Heritage Site, then continue to drive 27 miles up into the Steens Mountain Wilderness, following the main road until you see the turnoff towards the summit. (There is a collection of cell towers on t...
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  • Princeton, Oregon

    Soak in Alvord Hot Springs

    5.0
    0.25 mi
    Alvord Hot Springs at the base of Steens Mountain deep in the heart of the eastern Oregon Wilderness is a hidden gem, known mostly to climbing enthusiasts and the ambitious adventurer willing to drive the nearly 4 hours from Boise, Bend, or 2.5 hours from the nearest town of any size, Winnemucca ...
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  • Princeton, Oregon

    Camp on the Alvord Desert

    5.0
    You can drive onto the desert from several different dirt access roads along the Fields-Denio Rd, coming from the town Fields. You are allowed to drive out and camp anywhere on the playa except for along the west side, which is private property. The area is not fenced, but it is up to you to be a...
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