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Stunning Views

Spanning 2.3 million acres across the northeast corner of Oregon and western Idaho, the Wallowa-Whitman National Forest offers a variety of year-round recreational opportunities. With landscapes packed with rugged canyon lands, scenic vistas, and high mountain lakes, visitors have enjoyed the forest’s diverse landscape and recreational activities for generations.


The owners respectfully request that you park on the south side of Spring Avenue or in the drive way.

Much more than just a bed and breakfast, Stang Manor offers a historical experience that is sure pique your interest. Comfy rooms and excellent service, you will both enjoy and learn interesting things during your stay!

Kevin Proctor

Lots of Local Attractions

Long before settlers arrived in Eastern Oregon, the Grande Ronde Valley was recognized by Native Americans for its abundant wildlife, drawn here by the many natural hot springs and lush fields.


Elk and deer frequently visitor, while birds take refuge in the valley’s trees, fields, and marshes.


Hikers are likely to see foxes, bobcats, coyotes, pheasant, wild turkeys, eagles, and falcons. As you travel deeper into the woods, keep a watchful eye for moose, black bear, cougar, and wolves.

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