Ontario is the largest city in Malheur County, Oregon, United States. It lies along the Snake River at the Idaho border. The population was 11,366 at the 2010 census. The city is the largest community in the region of far eastern Oregon, also known as the Western Treasure Valley.
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4.5 based on 45 reviews
Set near the junction of four rivers, the Four Rivers Cultural Center & Museum celebrates the convergence of four cultures: American Indian, Japanese, Mexican and European.
This is a great museum. The staff greets you then guides you down to a small theater where you watch a short film about the area. Then you get to walk through the museum. This is a very nice sized museum, with a lot of info on the Japanese and the internment camps. There is also a nice garden area outside.
5 based on 1 reviews
I love this place. I continue to come back because the atmosphere is drama free and fun. You definitely can just come in and relax and have a few cocktails or soda if you want and not have to worry about anything bad happening. The also have great food as well. The whole town has great history along with that building.
5 based on 8 reviews
AC&D Farms grows and sells local produce and USA grown produce. We open mid-April with fresh cut asparagus, spinach, radishes and other spring crops. Summer is filed with the seasons freshest beets, carrots, cucumbers, berries, cherries,sweet corn, tomatoes, potatoes, melons and watermelons to name a few. Locally baked breads, honey, jams and jellies, peaches, squash corn maze through Haloween!
This is one of the only fruit & Produce stands we found near Ontario. They are Open 10-7 pm. Located right off interstate 84. They offer a variety of fresh local produce. Fun for families and kids. We stop here whenever we are passing through.
5 based on 4 reviews
32 miles of mostly flat bike trail, cutting across the Snake River into Idaho and back into Oregon.
Wife and I fished the Owyhee River for two days. This river is in a canyon. The drive is spectacular with rock formations in this very dry and hotarea in the summer. Take the drive slow as the road conditions vary depending how much road repair was done last summer. It is paved but just barely in spots. It is about 90 min. from the dam back to Ontario.
3 based on 1 reviews
Historic Women's Clubhouse that now serves as Community Center.
I have been to the Portia Club for several different meetings and parties. Typically, someone in charge rents the hall and food is brought in either by caterers or pot-luck. The hall has a lovely wood floor and two restrooms plus a spacious kitchen. All parking is on the street and parallel. The steps are low so it is pretty accessible. It is an historic building so don't expect lots of modern amenities. Groups of 50-100 people will enjoy the building.
5 based on 4 reviews
We live in Eagle, ID, and go to church there regularly, but we love to visit this church AKA "The Cathedral of the Rockies." The building is gorgeous, the pastor eloquent, and the music is divine. We prefer traditional music, so we have only been to the traditional service at 11:00 am. The pipe organ is wonderful and the organist is very talented. We have only been in the summer, so we have not heard the choir, but I understand it is great too. They often have very talented instrumentalists playing. If you are visiting Boise you will love worshipping here.
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