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The community of Hines is located in Harney County and lies four miles southwest of Burns along Highway 20 within Harney Valley. The town is also situated to the north of Malheur Lake, Harney Lake and Silver Lake.

Hines got its beginning in 1929, when construction of the large Edward Hines Lumber Company mill began. It was apparent that many homes were going to be needed to house the work force that was about to settle in the Burns area.

Recreational Amenities for the Hines area include: Ochoco National Forest, Malheur National Wildlife Refuge, Malheur National Forest, Steens Mountain, several forest campgrounds, lots of lakes and streams. Hunting, hiking, fishing and exploring are very popular outdoor activities in the region.

There is also a Hines, Minnesota.

Malheur National Forest Emigrant Creek Ranger District |
RV campgrounds and dealers Delintment Lake Campground | Emigrant Creek Campground |
Sports and Sporting Events Kiger Creek Fly Shop |

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05/13 Coming to The area
John Scharff Migratory Bird Festival Burns OR April11-14 Enjoy witnessing the spectacular spring migration in the Harney Basin of southeast Oregon. View thousands of migratory birds, from waterfowl and songbirds to raptors and cranes.