Wolf Creek Inn now open
The historic Wolf Creek Inn north of Grants Pass has reopened for overnight stays. Built in the late 1800s as the Wolf Creek Tavern, the inn was closed the last two years during upgrades to the heating, air conditioning and fire-suppression systems. The restaurant remains closed.
The inn was a popular destination in the 1930s for famous Hollywood actors. Clark Gable visited the inn several times, and Orson Welles and Carole Lombard stayed there as well. Author Jack London completed his novel “Valley of the Moon” while staying at the inn.
The eight available rooms, each designed for two people, can accommodate up to four. Queen or twin rooms are both $80 per night, plus an $8 reservation fee. Rooms are furnished with antique or antique replica furniture. Reservations are available through October 1. Visit the park web page for more information and a link to online reservations. You can also call 1-800-452-5687 to reserve.
Free, guided tours are also available. The tours are 45 minutes and begin at 11 a.m. each day. Visitors can register at the Oregon State Parks Store or at the inn front desk.