The Native Americans who first lived around Plush were some of the first residents of North America.
Later settlers brought sheep and cattle ranches to this arid valley in Southern Oregon under the gaze of the Warner Mountains. Contemporary visitors are drawn to the area’s remote natural beauty. Fish the high-desert lakes, see wildlife at the Hart Mountain National Antelope Refuge and go rockhounding at the Oregon Sunstone Public Collection Area.
Things To Do
The absolutely best burgers and biggest sandwiches you’ll find. This is another gem, located on the way to Hart Mountain […]
Coffee and snacks, variety store, activewear, & outdoor apparel.
Years and years ago when, long before there was an old shack under what is now the Cowboy Dinner Tree, […]
Gipson’s Warner Valley Lodging offers guests a private room with access to shared living space, including a fully stocked kitchen […]
Provides accesses to: Fremont National Recreation Trail #160 – Middle Segment which is open to hiking, mountain biking, and horseback riding. […]
At an elevation of 6,300 feet, the North Warner Viewpoint, looks south over Crooked Creek Valley. This scenic overlook, located […]
If you’re kicking around this neck of the woods where Paisley is the central population hub, or you’d like to […]