Richland, Hewitt & John Holcomb Parks

Description

Est. 1917; pop. 175; elev. 2,213′. Lodging, cafes, groceries & gas. Named in 1897 for the rich soil settlers found here, the Richland area still supports farmers and ranchers and now hosts the fishing and boating enthusiasts who recreate on nearby Brownlee and Oxbow reservoirs. Two Baker County parks provide boat access to Brownlee Reservoir, fishing, camping, RV hookups. Look for the Hole-in-the-Wall Landslide, between mile posts #30 & #31. The 1984 landslide covered the road and temporarily dammed the Powder River.

Address

City Hall
89 Main Street
Richland, OR 97870

Lat/Long

44.76209300, -117.13228200
Visit Website
541.893.6141

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