Visit Mount Ashland to hike trails, ski down the slopes or hold a special event!
Mount Ashland Ski Area
693 Washington St.
Ashland, OR 97520
Experience the Table Rock Mountains for easy to moderate hikes and amazing views from the top!
1220 S.W. 3rd Avenue
Portland, OR 97204
Hike your way up Mount McLoughlin!
Klamath Ranger District
2819 Dahlia Street, Suite A
Klamath Falls, OR 97601
The Smith River National Recreation Area (NRA) is located in the northwest corner of California and is managed by the Six Rivers National Forest. Congress created the NRA in 1990 to protect the area’s special scenic value, natural diversity, cultural and historical attributes, wilderness, wildlife, fisheries, and the Smith River watershed’s clean waters.
The Wolf Creek Inn is the oldest continuous use hotel in the state of Oregon. Built in 1883 by pioneer merchant Henry Smith, the inn was billed as a “first-class traveler’s hotel” for folks traveling on the stagecoach.
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The Hellgate Recreation area begins at the mouth of the Applegate River, about 7 miles west of Grants Pass, Oregon. The area features 27 miles of class I and II rapids, 11 boat access facilities, 4 campgrounds, and numerous undeveloped sites to fish, swim, picnic, camp, sunbathe, bird watch, photograph nature, and generally enjoy the river the way you choose. Grave Creek marks the end of the Hellgate Recreation Area of the Rogue River and the beginning of the Wild Rogue.
Redwood National Park contains the tallest living things on earth, evergreen trees that grow to 350 feet. The park was established specifically to protect these trees because it is only here in Oregon that they now survive. You have to visit in person to see their majestic grandeur.
Discover more of nature’s power and beauty at the Oregon Caves National Monument. The Oregon Caves were were formed from rainwater from the ancient forest above, dissolving the surrounding marble and creating one of the world’s few marble caves.
2019 Oregon Caves Visitor Center / Cave Tour Ticketing Hours:
March 23 to May 1: Thursday thru Monday (No tours Tues/Wed), 9:30 AM – 4:00 PM
May 2 to May 24: Daily: 9:30 AM – 4:00 PM
May 25 to September 2: Daily: 8:30 AM – 6:00 PM
September 3 – November 3: Daily: 9:30 AM – 4:00 PM
No Cave Tours from November 4, 2019 to early spring 2020
– Caves tours are not offered from late fall to mid-spring. However, Oregon Caves National Monument is always open to visitors. Occasionally in winter, snow can temporarily close park roads until they are plowed.
*Please note that during the spring and fall seasons, tour schedules are subject to change due to weather or other unforeseen events.
**Wait times can reach up to two (or more) hours during the summer season. The busiest times are between 11 am & 3 pm. We encourage you to arrive 2 hours before your desired cave tour time.
Read more about Oregon Caves National Monument here.
The “Grave Creek Covered Bridge” is one of the few covered bridges that remain in southern Oregon. From Vancouver B.C. to the Mexican border, it is the only one visible from the I-5 freeway. It is located by the Applegate Trail Interpretive Center on Sunny Valley Loop in Wolf Creek, OR.
Attracting people from all around the world, the Crater Lake National Park will not disappoint. Crater Lake is the deepest lake in the United States and the 9th deepest lake in the world. It is located 105 miles from Grants Pass Oregon. You’ll find breath-taking views and hiking trails. There are also conveniences such as a hotel, restaurant, trolley tours and a gift shop.
Read more about Crater Lake National Park here.
Seasonal Hours of Operation (please refer to their website for the latest)