The Wallowa County Chamber of Commerce recently released its new Arts, History & Cultural Guide. You can download the PDF at this link to learn more about what's going on in this authentic Oregon corner.
Wallowa County is home to a diverse group of artists and artistic bronze foundries. With drop dead scenery of Northeastern Oregon, many photographers calls Wallowa County home. You'll find many local artists represented in the fifteen galleries scattered from Joseph to Wallowa, Oregon.
Geotourism and heritage are also important aspects. You'll find the Maxville Heritage Interpretive Center (recently relocated to Wallowa) celebrating the multi-ethnic culture of the railroad and timber industry in the former town of Maxville. Nearby and in Joseph you'll find the Nez Perce Interpretive Center with information about the original inhabitants of this Northeastern Oregon region.
What are you waiting for? We hope to see you here for your next Oregon geotourism vacation. And when you're looking for lodging, consider the Wallowa County members of the Oregon Bed and Breakfast Guild.
The artsy Bronze Antler B&B, green lodging certified Belle Pepper's B&B and the historic registered 1910 Historic Enterprise House B&B are all awaiting you.
And if you don't learn enough from the Wallowa County Arts, History & Cultural Guide, be sure to ask your innkeepers. They're a wealth of knowledge about the area.