Cornucopia Lodge & Pack Station - cornucopia added this area
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From Baker City on I-84, turn East on Hwy 86 for 52 miles. Turn left into Halfway and follow that road (turns into Cornucopia Hwy) through the town, then another 12 miles (the first 6 are paved, the last 6 are dirt/gravel). Road is pretty good, but can get a little narrow. Sign at end of road indicates that trailers are not recommended, although we pull our 25\' trailer up & down with no issue.
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We are a lodge & cabins located at the trail head adjacent to the ghost town of Cornucopia. There are multiple trails, of varying difficulty. Most are quite rocky, and climb in elevation pretty quickly, although there are a few shorter rides that are softer and stay in the valley.
We offer cabins for rent, as well as horse pens that our cabin guests can rent for their horses. We provide the water & pen, you bring the bucket & feed. (Weed Free hay is required). We do have some limited hay for sale.
Pens are for cabin guests only. No onsite camping, although there are some unofficial spots along the road where you could camp. More info can be found at www.cornucopialodge.com or by calling 541-742-4500.
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