The Adams City Park is located on Main Street across from the City Hall and Library. There is a children's playground and sand box, swings, kangaroo jumper, monkey bars, spiral metal slide, merry go round, tennis court, basketball court, a covered shelter with electricity (availalble to rent for events), flower beds, memorial rose garden, walking path with a bridge over Wildhorse Creek and restrooms. Information-Adams City Hall 541-566-9038 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Adams Public Skate Park
A popular backyard skate course that was completed in 2006. Located next to Loiland Field with access on North Morrison Street.
Known for its relaxed atmosphere, highlights include the Gathering of the Scottish Clans, Massed Bands, Sheepdog Trials, Celtic World Music Concerts, Heavyweight Scottish Athletics, Highland Dance Competition, Solo Piping & Drumming, & Scottish Harp.
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. The landscape also includes heavily timbered slopes, grassland ridges and benches, and bold basalt outcroppings. Elevation range from 1,600 to 8,000 feet above sea level. Changes in weather are common, but summers are generally warm and dry with cool evenings. Cold, snowy winters and mild temperatures during spring and fall can be expected. Recreational activities include ATV/OHV riding, cabin rentals, camping, hiking, fishing, hunting, rafting, boating, scenic drives, spring mushroom hunting, horseback riding, hot springs, cross country skiing, snowmobiling, down hill skiing, snowboarding, sled dog racing and sledding.
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.
The Spout Springs Ski Area is situated on the Tollgate Summit in the Blue Mountains in northeast Oregon. Spout Springs is the oldest continuous operating ski area in Oregon. It is located on a major route through the Blue Mountains and is very popular area for snowmobiles and year-around residences.
The Pendleton round Up is held in Pendleton, Oregon during the second full week of September each year, since 1910. The rodeo brings roughly 50,000 people every year to the city of Pendleton.The Pendleton Round-Up is a member of the Professional Rodeo Cowboys Association (PRCA).
The Round-Up was incorporated as a non-profit organization July 29, 1910, as the "Northwestern Frontier Exhibition Association."The rodeo was primarily a creation of local ranchers led by Herman Rosenberg.
There are 10 events in which cowboys (and girls in Barrel Racing) from all over the United States and Canada compete in bareback riding, saddle bronc riding, calf roping, team roping, steer wrestling, barrel racing, steer roping, Brahma bull riding, Indian relay races and wild cow milking
Round-Up week Every Round-Up week begins with the Dress Up Parade, on the Saturday before the rodeo, in which different groups throughout Eastern Oregon, including Boy and Girl Scouts, Pendleton High School Band, the Children's Rodeo, and many local businesses, build floats and compete for 1st place. 2009 President's Choice Award was given to the PHS band.
Friday of Round-Up week is the Westward Ho! parade, in which every entrant must be in a non-motorized vehicle, most of which are authentic covered wagons and horse-drawn buggies, though some choose to ride horseback or walk.
The Monday and Tuesday before the rodeo begins the Professional Bull Riders (PBR) come and compete in the Happy Canyon Arena.
The rodeo starts with an extreme run in on horseback of flag bearers; the Flag of the United States, the Flag of Oregon, the Flag of Canada, and the flag of the Confederated Tribes of the Umatilla Indian Reservation, then the Round-Up Queen and her court run in on their horses at full speed, make two jumps and stop just before the fence in front of the south grandstand.
There’s no better place to relax than at Wildhorse Resort & Casino of Oregon. From our comfortable Oregon vacation lodging and fabulous dining to resort golf, shopping, Indian museum and state-of-the-art meeting facilities, we’re like five Oregon resorts rolled into one.