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Old 07-16-2018, 10:46 PM   #1
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Highway 20 or 26 through Oregon?

Will be headed from Idaho to Prineville, Oregon, in September. Looks like US Highways 20 and 26 split at Vale, Oregon .... so which would you recommend to Prineville?

Looks like about the same travel time. Any cautions or tips? Will be in Winnebago View towing a Ford Escape.


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26 is more scenic. Clyde Holiday Rec. Area campground is very nice.

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Old 07-17-2018, 11:42 AM   #3
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Hwy 26 is a more scenic drive with varying terrain - sagebrush, corn fields, canyons, mountains. Hwy 20, is well, Hwy 20 - sagebrush, rabbitbrush, a tree now and then. If you like high desert, then go 20, if you want scenery and varying terrain, go 26. Also, Clyde Holiday park is a first come first serve camping area, so just be aware of that when coming into John Day, Or. And, fill up before you leave Idaho as there are few stations on 26 until you get to John Day area, and then, depending on what ind of a rig you have, can be interesting getting in and out.
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