Beecrowbee

Beecrowbee was started by Will Roundy in 2004. While living near beautiful Wallowa Lake in Northeast Oregon, Will was inspired by the natural beauty surrounding his hometown of Joseph. He set out to create a full line of carefully handmade bath & body products that would lead to healthy & beautiful skin, while also nurturing the mind & spirit. From the beginning, one of the most important aspects of the beecrowbee line was the emphasis on using only pure & natural ingredients found in nature. Through years of experimenting with new formulas and researching traditional methods, Will has perfected the precise combinations that have led to the unique lines of beecrowbee. Will remembers seeing a photograph of a commercial soap factory where the technicians were wearing haz-mat suits. He recognized that if those materials were so toxic, he did not want to use such a caustic product on his own…

The Prodigal Son Brewery & Pub

Pendleton, Oregon. A small agricultural town located at the foothills of the beautiful Blue Mountains. And now home to some of the best beers in the state. They’re passionate about fermentation and it shows in their brews. Whether it’s a dry-hopped Northwest IPA or a malt-heavy Porter, the Prodigal Son is dedicated to exploring the possibilities of grain, hops and yeast. Creativity is something they value in their Ales and it’s their goal to incorporate regional ingredients into beers that go beyond convention. Brewing to style is not their objective; they prefer to focus their explorations on the potential of beer. But they’re more than just brewing, they’ve got good food to boot. The Prodigal Son features a menu that combines traditional pub fare with scratch cooking. Here you will find regional ingredients incorporated into handcrafted cuisine. They have a bona fide chef with an artist’s muse- and his work…

Mutiny Brewing Co.

In a land where a burger means a factory-made quarter-pound patty, the hand-formed, loaded 6 Ranch Burger at Mutiny Brewing Company is worth coveting. Four years old in June, this airy, blonde-wood eatery sets a higher bar by sourcing its meat from just eight miles away and making most menu items in house. Four flavors of handcrafted beers on tap make the expansive views from its deck and patio sweeter.

Beer Valley Brewing Co.

Beer Valley Brewing Company is an award winning microbrewery specializing in the production of strong ales. Founded in 2005 by brewer Pete Ricks, the brewery started production in the summer of 2007. Six core brands representing a range of styles are currently being produced in 22 ounce bottles. All of Beer Valley Brewing’s beers are brewed with sparkling fresh Treasure Valley water, the highest quality 2-row barley from the Pacific Northwest, and fresh hops from the Willamette, Yakima, and Treasure Valleys. These fresh, high quality ingredients are combined with a proprietary yeast strain, brewing process, and bottle conditioning leave a crisp, clean finish on the beers that is flavorful, refreshing, and enjoyable.

Barley Brown’s Brew Pub

Small batch hand-crafted beer, good food, good company, good times.

Elgin Stampede

Second full weekend in July, Annual

Wallowa Lake Lodge

Wake up to the aroma of coffee, bacon and the Lodge hazelnut pancakes with marionberry butter… sip tea on the back deck before your morning activities…later, savor your prime rib dinner, relax and enjoy dessert in front of the stone fireplace.

Bronze Antler Bed & Breakfast

The Bronze Antler is an American-style bed & breakfast with European influence. Our 1925 Craftsman Bungalow was originally home to one of Joseph’s sawmill supervisors. The warm patina of original woodwork, copper-plated hardware, and period-inspired hand-painted stencils accents all rooms. Local craftspeople helped us restore this home in keeping with the William Morris tradition of the European Arts and Crafts movement. Our living and dining rooms hold a mixture of European antiques and comfortable furniture. A DVD-dedicated television (no satellite or cable channels), games, puzzles, and a library of hiking guides, field guides, and local books and maps are available for your use. Plan your day of gallery hopping and bronze foundry touring. Reconnoiter for your hike or bike ride, or plan your wilderness horseback or llama trek. Browse through our local restaurant menus while sipping complimentary soft drinks from the guest refrigerator. Enjoy a glass of sherry in front…

Summer Lake Hot Springs

Summer Lake Hot Springs is located in the Oregon Outback, two hours southeast of Bend on Highway 31. Natural hot mineral springs flow into outdoor rock pools and into the historic bath-house at 113 degrees. High desert activities include wildlife viewing, hiking, mountain bike riding, fly-fishing and star gazing. Accommodations include cozy geothermal heated cabins, a guest house, RV sites and camping. Come heal your body and soul at Summer Lake.