A Country Inn and RV Park in a beautiful park - like setting.
Come experience the small western-style town of DAYVILLE The eastern gate to the John Day Fossil Beds!
Look for our dock-like fence along the highway.
This is the OFFICE and gift shop. There is a bell on the back porch to ring to "round up" the host upon arrival.
The RV Park is behind the Inn. All seven spaces have full hookups.
Located just nine miles from the Sheep Rock Unit of the John Day Fossil Beds National Monument and the new Thomas Condon Paleontology Center, the Fish House Inn offers unique guest rooms, and an immaculate RV park.
An oasis in the rocky juniper canyons of the John Day Valley, the well manicured grounds of the Fish House Inn are an inviting sight. Within walking distance from the Inn, is the John Day River, The Park with playground, The Dayville Cafe, Mercantile and South Fork Mini Market & Gas.
Interesting surrounding terrain attracts hunters, fisherman, hikers, bikers and rock hounds. Visitors to the John Day Valley enjoy river floats on the John Day river, exploring the many trails of the fossil beds, touring down the scenic road along the South Fork of the John Day River.
Comfortable outside sitting areas, barbecue grills, horseshoe pits and star filled skies entice visitors to relax and enjoy the ranching community of Dayville.
A visit to Dayville is peaceful journey back in time....
The John Day River just west of town in the Fall of 2001.
Mike keeps the grounds beautifully manicured.
The Fish House Inn and RV Park is located on three acres of property in the center of the town of Dayville. The hills form a beautiful backdrop, especially in the evenings.
There are three units of the John Day Fossil Beds. The Clarno Unit, which is located near the town of Fossil, the Painted Hills Unit, located near the town of Mitchell, and the Sheep Rock Unit located near the town of Dayville. All three units are interesting and beautiful, but it is difficult to visit them all in one day.
We are currently closed for the season and will re-open the end of March 2020. We start taking reservations the beginning of March 2020. We are closed November through March 25th. David & Lyndee, firstname.lastname@example.org