Stay at the Wolf Creek Inn and receive breakfast for 2

The historic Wolf Creek Inn in southern Oregon offered a relaxing respite to travelers on the 16-day stagecoach journey from San Francisco to Portland during the late 1800s and later served as a refuge for early movie actors and actresses escaping Hollywood. Clark Gable was a good friend of the innkeeper in the 1930s and stopped by several times while fishing the Rogue River just a few miles west of the Inn. Carole Lombard and Orson Wells signed the guest register, and Jack London finished his novel, Valley of the Moon, at the Inn.

Now, when you’re traveling I-5, the Wolf Creek Inn offers stays in rooms decorated with antiques and replicas of those bygone days.  Make a reservation and receive two breakfast vouchers for each day of your stay for Ricki’s Place, a local grill next to the Wolf Creek Inn.

Breakfast is served all day and your options include:

  • Oatmeal and fruit
  • Egg, toast, sausage or bacon
  • Big biscuit with sausage gravy
  • Cinnamon rolls and pastries
  • Two big pancakes
  • All breakfasts include your choice of coffee or tea

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. Online reservations are available through October 1. 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.

The Wolf Creek Inn is listed on the National Register of Historic Places and is among the best preserved and oldest active traveler inns in Oregon. The town of Wolf Creek is 25 miles north of Grants Pass.

Wolf Creek Inn State Heritage Site

Posted on June 12, 2017, in state parks and tagged , . Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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