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Hardman

Heppner, Oregon 97836 USA

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  • Credit Cards
    not Accepted
  • No Public
    Restrooms
  • No Wifi

“Ghost town in eastern oregon”

This place is on private property. Listing for informational purposes only. Please do not visit without express permission from the land owner. A travel center and agricultural ghost on Oregon's eastern grasslands. It is located on SH 207, nine miles south of Ruggs and 20 south of Heppner. Hardman was founded in the 1870s, and the post office was established in 1881. Hotels stores, and other businesses soon followed. When automobile and trucks came into their own, the town faded. Source: Ghost Town USA

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Reviewed by
Potter63

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June 03, 2018
Rated 5.0

Hardman is my home, its a very nice place to live and explore. Lots of tourists especially in the summer months. We have sattlelite wifi/tv, even radio!! Ha! I noticed an article that said, no wifi, no public restrooms, no credit cards, no place to use a card unless ya'all need wrecker service. These old homesteds, barns an such hold a whole bunch Oregons history. And most homesteds are owned and being lived in. As mine is, built in the 1870's. Original wood inside and and ghost stories to go with them. Very nice place to visit, but plz respect our privacy as well. If ask you might even be able to look inside some of these out building. Be happy to do it.

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Travel Oregon

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June 17, 2015

A travel center and agricultural ghost on Oregon's eastern grasslands. It is located on SH 207, nine miles south of Ruggs and 20 south of Heppner. Hardman was founded in the 1870s, and the post office was established in 1881. Hotels stores, and other businesses soon followed. When automobile and trucks came into their own, the town faded. Source: Ghost Town USA

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