The Weasku Inn, built in 1924 as a fishing lodge on the banks of the famous Rogue River, offers guests a peek at life in an earlier era of the Pacific Northwest.
Cities: Grants Pass
History: A popular stage coach stop in the 1860s, the city became Grants Pass in honor of U.S. General Grant's success at Vicksburg. The apostrophe was removed from "Grants" at the turn of the 20th century.
Head to Griess Family Brews & Taproom in downtown Grants Pass for their "family owned, locally grown" handcrafted beers, other local brews and even gluten-free beer!
Ideally located near downtown Grants Pass, all 63 of the Riverside Inn's guest rooms offer a balcony overlooking the majestic Rogue River.
Hellgate Jetboat Excursions draws nearly 85,000 people every season, which runs from May through September.
The Grave Creek covered span at Sunny Valley, about 15 miles north of Grants Pass, can be seen by motorists traveling Interstate 5.