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0 Dixie Creek, Prairie City, OR 97869

57.78 Recreational Acres bordering BLM up Dixie Creek. Property has timber, mines and Dixie Creek running through it. Great access via County Road with limited maintenance. Approximately 7.1 miles from Prairie City. Eligible for antlerless landowner preference tags. Old cabin is partially on property and there is a newer dry cabin that can be bought outside of escrow. Property is steep.


117 N COZART ST, Prairie City, OR 97869

Large lot and plenty of room, with manufactured double wide, three bedrooms and two bathrooms, and a large front room with a wood stove and a propane stove as well. The home does need some finishing which the owners have started with a new power pole and hot water heater and brand new back door, old carpets removed, now everything is opened up and ready for you to make your own.

Commercial Sale

114 E FRONT W ST, Prairie City, OR 97869

New listing! Business opportunity. Long-term owners are ready to retire. Well maintained and successful service station in small town America. Great location with two service bays and attached mechanics shop with additional hoist for more income. Covered fueling area with three card lock systems for after hours. Additional fueling area with good access for large trucks and motor homes.


343 2ND ST, Prairie City, OR 97869

Cabin style living on corner lot with large shed roof covering with five bays and it can be used length wise for motor home storage


Bear Creek, Prairie City, OR 97869

1145 Acres w/timber, creek, meadows & sagebrush flats.Lots of diversity w/great wildlife habitat.Bear Creek runs along the NW boundary,year around stream.Excellent for hunting for deer & elk, qualifies for 2 LOP tags for deer and elk.Hiking,hunting,horseback riding,atv's,camping,grazing & more.

Prairie City Real Estate, Prairie City Oregon, sits on the north side of a wide prairie that inclines to the base of the Strawberry Mountain Range.
Strawberry Mountain looks down upon Prairie City, OR, creating one of the most photogenic vistas on the “Journey Through Time” Scenic Byway. The John Day River’s headwaters originate in the Strawberry Mountains. This river is one of the longest free flowing rivers in the Continental United States. 

Prairie City has a great little downtown that provides the residents and travelers shopping opportunities.  There is also a US Forest Service District Ranger office.  The area consists of cattle range that offers large tracts for raising cattle.