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    Default Any 4x4 only ghost towns in oregon? or just really fun ghost towns?

    Originally posted by eric


    : I planning a trip in the northwest and was wondering if there were any good 4x4 only ghostowns in the northwest or just really fun sites one could camp on. Also if there are any so called 'haunted sites' i would be interested in those too. I thank you for any information you would have to offer




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    Default Re: Any 4x4 only ghost towns in oregon? or just really fun ghost towns?

    Originally posted by bad bob


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    : : I planning a trip in the northwest and was wondering if there were any good 4x4 only ghostowns in the northwest or just really fun sites one could camp on. Also if there are any so called 'haunted sites' i would be interested in those too. I thank you for any information you would have to offer



    : If I recall, some folks did a little research on

    : actual haunted ghost towns, and they said that out of about 60 they visited, only 1 was haunted:

    : Bisbee, AZ. The only other one I know of is

    : Cimarron, New Mexico--St. James Hotel.

    : bad bob.




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    Default Re: Any 4x4 only ghost towns in oregon? or just really fun ghost towns?

    Originally posted by Stephen F. Rich


    : : I planning a trip in the northwest and was wondering if there were any good 4x4 only ghostowns in the northwest or just really fun sites one could camp on. Also if there are any so called 'haunted sites' i would be interested in those too. I thank you for any information you would have to offer



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    : Most of Oregon's ghost towns are accessable with 2WD but it is handy to have a 4WD to explore the surrounding areas. Some towns worth seeing are: Cornicopoa, Greenhorn, Bourne, Granite, and Whitney. Sumpter Oregon is a good central location with food, lodging, and fuel. The town is a Historic Mining Town with many interesting sites to visit, including a "Yuba" Gold Dredge. Hope this is of help, Stephen.




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