Visit the historic site: The inn was built around 1883 for Henry Smith, a local merchant-entrepreneur. Wolf Creek Tavern, as it was known then, was exceptionally well crafted by local sawyers. It served local traffic to mines and stage travelers connecting between Roseburg and Redding prior to the completion of the Oregon and California railroad through the Siskiyou Mountains in 1887.
Dine at the restaurant: We pride ourselves with unique Pacific Northwest recipes offering delicious soups, appetizers, fresh seafood, homemade breads, and desserts. Our talented chef can customize most any dish to your needs and desires as well.