1. Rugged Country Lodge

    1807 SE Court Ave, Pendleton, Oregon, United States
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  2. Pendleton Center for the Arts

  3. Blue Mountain Community College

    2411 Northwest Carden Avenue
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    Blue Mountain Community College (BMCC) is a comprehensive community college committed to providing a premier learning environment and support for student success. Program areas include professional technical certificates and degrees, college transfer degrees, college preparatory and adult basic skills training, workforce development programs, continuing education, and community education. BMCC offers students quality instruction, affordable tuition, small class sizes, and student support services like tutoring, computer labs, academic advising, and disability accommodations.
  4. Pendleton Cinemas

  5. Pendleton Skate City

    Pendleton Skate City Roller/Inline Skating Rink was founded in 1992, Pendleton Skate City of Cayuse, OR is an indoor rink and open year round.
  6. Pendleton Convention Center

    The new Pendleton Convention Center, located next to the world-famous Round-Up grounds and Happy Canyon, has facilities to host your meetings and provide substantial exhibition space.
  7. Bar M Ranch

    Calvary Chapel Conference Center Bar M Ranch is a ministry of Calvary Chapel of Tricities, WA. The center has been established for the purpose of glorifying God by providing a place for God’s people to grow and mature in their relationship with Him through the teaching of His Word, worship, fellowship, recreation and rest. Our ministry is to serve and bless our guests and see that all who visit leave with a greater understanding of the heart and love of God. It is our desire that those who visit our conference center will experience the presence of our Lord Jesus and leave knowing Him more intimately than before.
  8. Pendleton Municipal Court

    501 Southwest Emigrant Avenue
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    The Municipal Court is the judicial branch of City government. The City of Pendleton's Municipal Court processes City ordinance violations, State statute violations, and traffic violations generated by the City's Police Department.
  9. Pendleton City Hall

    500 Southwest Dorion Avenue
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  10. Umatilla Indian Reservation, Reservation, OR

    Umatilla Indian Reservation, Reservation, OR
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    The Cayuse, Umatilla and Walla Walla people make up the Confederated Tribes of the Umatilla Indian Reservation. Since time immemorial, we have lived on the Columbia River Plateau. Specifically, our homeland is the area now known as northeastern Oregon and southeastern Washington. Our three bands were brought together on the Umatilla Indian Reservation, established by a Treaty with the US Government in 1855. We were united as a single tribal government in 1949 when our leaders adopted our Constitution and By-laws. We currently have over 2,800 tribal members. We are a small group of people who continue to care for and live on the land of our ancestors. We are a small group of people who are doing great things for ourselves and our neighbors.
  11. Oregon East Symphony

    500 Southwest Dorion Avenue
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    For twenty-six years the Oregon East Symphony & Chorale has provided Pendleton and its surrounding rural region with high quality musical experiences and events. A volunteer Board of Directors guides the organization, which is administered by a management team consisting of an executive director, program manager, publications manager, and office manager. This team, with the help of many devoted volunteers, facilitates four diverse season concerts, a Holiday Music Festival, fundraising events, and a host of comprehensive musical education programs. Music director and conductor, Dr. Anthony Spain, joined Oregon East Symphony in 2011. Conductor Spain has been the Music Director for the Northwest Symphony Orchestra in Seattle since 1987, where his innovative programming has gained national acclaim.
  12. Pendleton Country Club

    Welcome! Founded in 1929, the Pendleton Country Club is a member-owned golf club located seven miles south of Pendleton on Highway 395 South. The facility features 18 holes of championship golf, practice facilities, fitness center, swimming pool, dining room, full service bar, and a great banquet room. Our goal is to provide quality golf and social opportunities to members and non-members alike. While PCC is a member owned private club, guests who reside outside of Umatilla County are welcome to play our great golf course. Call 541-443-GOLF for tee time availability.
  13. St. Anthony Hospital

    1601 Southeast Court Avenue
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    Visit our Health Library with the latest news and health information. Check out our new, free e-health resources, or maybe you need to send a cheer card or visit our online nursery. Under Our Services you'll find a complete listing of each, along with contact information. Our new site also features online videos, career opportunities, and you can find a physician that works with you and your family's needs.
  14. Pendleton Woolen Mills

    1307 Southeast Court Place
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    The Woolen Mill store is your source for first quality Pendleton fabrics, remnants and notions for sewing and crafting. More than just a fabric store, the Woolen Mill Store sells Pendleton yarn, buttons, notions and patterns at unbelievable prices. Weekly deliveries from Pendleton's mills bring multicolored selvage and blanket trimmings (worms) that are prized by crafters all over the county for rugs and other creative pursuits.
  15. Walmart Supercenter

    2203 Southwest Court Avenue
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    Walmart serves customers and members more than 200 million times per week. We serve them in the ways they want to be served – in retail outlets, online and on mobile devices. Walmart operates under 69 different banners in 27 countries. With fiscal year 2012 sales of approximately $444 billion, Walmart employs 2.2 million associates worldwide.
  16. New Attitudes Salon

    New Attitudes provides great hairstyles and gift items in Pendleton, OR. Our friendly and knowledgeable staff is always happy to assist you.
  17. Marla June's Clothing Co

    207 Southeast Court Avenue
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    Marla June's features Brighton Jewelry along with unique jewelry made by local artists. Handbags by Brighton, Hobo, Jessica Simpson and Rian. Marla June's specializes in women's fashions for casual, business or fun.
  18. Sears

  19. Bi-Mart

    901 Southwest Emigrant Avenue
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    We’re one of the pioneers of membership, discount shopping in the Northwest. Our stores offer maximum savings and selection on the things you need and use every day. Being a membership store means that our customers "join" Bi-Mart or must be a guest of a member before shopping with us. A nominal one-time fee, still just $5, buys a membership card good for a lifetime and covers all family members living at home. Members show their card to enter one of our stores.
  20. Curio Shop

    Specializes in unique Native American, Turquoise, and Southwestern Jewelry. We have a wide selection ranging in style from contemporary to traditional from a variety of well-known artists. Most of our jewelry is one-of-a-kind and is always of the highest quality.
  21. Northwest Mercantile & Gallery

    Family owned and operated, Northwest Mercantile & Gallery in Pendleton, OR has been specializing in custom photo and art management since 1993. We are dedicated at delivering top-rate services at competitive prices.
  22. Collectors Gallery

    223 Southeast Court Avenue
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  23. jcpenney

    On every visit, customers will discover great prices every day in a unique Shops environment that features exceptionally curated merchandise, a dynamic presentation and unmatched customer service.
  24. Hamley & Co.

    Hamley & Company delivers quality craftsmanship and a commitment to working cowboys and buckaroos since 1883. Whether you're interested in our exclusive lines including leather goods, metalwork, and custom saddles created on site, or items of Western wear, accessories, or fine art--we have it at Hamley & Company.
  25. Oregon Department of Forestry

    The Oregon Department of Forestry was established in 1911. It is under the direction of the State Forester who is appointed by the State Board of Forestry. The statutes direct the state forester to act on all matters pertaining to forestry, including collecting and sharing information about the conditions of Oregon's forests, protecting forestlands and conserving forest resources.
  26. Cascade Natural Gas Corporation

    8113 West Grandridge Boulevard
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    For homes, commerce, and industry across Washington and Oregon, we're dedicated to delivering the comfort and cost-effectiveness of clean-burning natural gas to the communities where we live and work.
  27. U.S. Forest Service, Umatilla National Forest

    The Umatilla National Forest, located in the Blue Mountains of southeast Washington and northeast Oregon, covers 1.4 million acres of diverse landscapes and plant communities. The Forest has some mountainous terrain, but most of the Forest consists of v-shaped valleys separated by narrow ridges or plateaus.
  28. Spout Springs Ski Resort

    Spout Springs' beautiful daylodge is a great place to come in and get warm by the fire. Enjoy Nancy's homestyle cooking and daily specials, or just grab a quick snack before returning to the slopes.
  29. Wallowa Lake State Park

    If you're interested in a campground surrounded on three sides by 9,000' tall snow-capped mountains and a large, clear lake, this is the area for you. The lake is a popular fishing and boating site. Around the Wallowa Lake area, you can enjoy hiking wilderness trails, horseback riding, bumper boats, canoeing, miniature golf or ride a tramway to the top of one of the mountains (a rise of 4,000'). Wildlife is abundant in the area (check out our downloadable bird list (564k); Acrobat required).
  30. Pendleton Round-Up

    One of the ten largest rodeos in the world with an exciting and wild night pagent. Held annually the second full week in September. Pendleton, Oregon.
  31. Hermiston Family Aquatic Center

    Come and join the fun this summer… … at the Hermiston Family Aquatic Center. Waterslides, Spray Toys, Diving Boards and Lazy River are great ways to beat the heat this summer! The season opens June 11! Swim lessons and exercise classes are offered throughout the day to accommodate everyone.
  32. The National Historic Oregon Trail Interpretive Center

    22267 Oregon Hwy 86, Baker City, OR 97814
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    The National Historic Oregon Trail Interpretive Center offers living history demonstrations, interpretive programs, exhibits, multi-media presentations, special events, and more than four miles of interpretive trails.
  33. Valley Bronze of Oregon

    In addition to our extensive casting and fabrication services, Valley Bronze maintains a fine art gallery in Joseph, Oregon that features sculptures by a variety of artists, many of whose works are cast at our foundry facilities. In addition to sculpture,we proudly exhibit paintings and prints by nationally and internationally known artists.
  34. The Children's Museum of Eastern Oregon

    The Children's Museum of Eastern Oregon is a not-for-profit play place, offering a wide range of educational exhibits and activities for children of all ages. The Children's Museum is located on Main Street in downtown Pendleton.
  35. Pendleton Underground Tours

    37 Southwest Emigrant Avenue
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    The Pendleton Underground Tours office is located in Pendleton's Historic District, on the corner of SW 1st Street and Emigrant Avenue. The buildings that house the tours are: the Empire Building, 1907, The Hendricks Building, 1897 and the Empire Meat Company, 1895.
  36. Tamástslikt Cultural Institute

    Immerse yourself in the history, culture and hospitality of the people who have lived on this land for more than 10,000 years. Come to Tamástslikt Cultural Institute and experience the storied past, rich present and bright future of our tribes through interactive exhibits, special events and a Living Culture Village. More than just a museum, Tamástslikt celebrates the traditions of Cayuse, Umatilla and Walla Walla Tribes. With dramatic exhibits, renowned artwork and interesting — and yes, fun — events year-round. Tamástslikt Cultural Institute offers a 10,000-year voyage in a single afternoon.
  37. Pendleton Center for the Arts

    The Pendleton Center for the Arts is a great place to view, buy and make art. We offer fine arts exhibits, live music performances, arts education for youth, teens and adults, and a great venue for purchasing hand-crafted fine gifts made by regional artists.
  38. Wildhorse Resort and Casino

    Our Pendleton, OR casino is home to over 1,200 slot machines plus all your favorite table games including roulette, craps, poker, blackjack, keno and bingo.