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JOHN DAY RIVER TRADING POST “We’re about a quarter of a mile away from the John Day River where people catch small-mouth bass, steelhead, and catfish, and we sell fishing poles, line, and lures.” Some of the camping gear that’s for sale includes chairs, tents, lanterns, an d they sell elk and deer antlers. The area offers such activities as bicycling, river rafting, hiking, and rock hounding. John Day River Trading Post 541-934-2060 41345 Hwy 19 Kimberly, OR. 97848 44345 Hwy 19 KImberly, OR. 97848 Phone: 541-934-2060 UMATILLA MARINA & RV PARK Welcome to Umatilla Marina and RV Park, nestled next to the beautiful Columbia River and only minutes off Interstate 82, Interstate 84 and Highway 730. Whether you are looking for a great place to stay for the night, need a picnic site for a fun day at the river, a spot to go fishing, hunting or water skiing, Umatilla Marina and RV Park has it all, and is staffed and managed by friendly professionals who work hard to make your stay enjoyable. ing the cruise ships and barges and tugs going by. Launch your boat right from the marina. Sightseeing and touring is also popular in the area, and visitors can check out McNary Dam and watch the salmon swim up the ladder. Bring your RV or camper to our 26 space, full-service rv park, or choose from nine tent camping sites. The park is pet friendly. For reservations, call (541) 922-3939 or stop by at 1710 Quincy Avenue in Umatilla. The Columbia River is our main attraction with plenty of activities occurring year-round. Choose from fishing, hunting, river cruising and water skiing, just to name a few of the popular recreational opportunities close at hand. Enjoy beautiful sunrises and sunsets while watchWWW.OREGONTRAVELCOUNCIL.COM REGION 6: CENTRAL NORTHEAST If it’s a fishing license or gear that you need, or food to buy for your camping trip, then the family ownedand-operated John Day Trading Post is the place for you. “We sell snacks and groceries like canned food, flour, sugar, fresh produce, and we are the only fuel station in a 14-mile radius. We also support local crafters and sell their handmade products, such as soaps, naturalbeeswax candles, and lotions, and Kimberly Orchards dried-fruit products like preserves and syrups,” said coowner Kayla Cole. UMATILLA MARINA AND RV PARK RESERVATIONS: 541-922-3939 www.umatilla-city.org 87