WOLF CREEK, OREGON

Wolf Creek Profile in Southern Oregon

 

Wolf Creek is a historical community with local merchants & gift shops. Located 20 miles north of Grants Pass Oregon. Exit 76 -on Interstate 5.
 
Home of the Wolf Creek Inn - Tavern, which is listed in the National Register of Historic Places. It is among the best preserved and oldest active travelers inns in Oregon.
 
This quaint little town is also home to some fine gift stores and local merchants. There is a wonderful State Park located here as well.
 
 

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Viewpoint of atop London Peak named after Jack London who visited while completing his novel "Valley Of The Moon". This is Southern Oregon's most accessible old growth hiking trail on Hwy 5. ADA approved trail.

While visiting see these local merchants:
  

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Historic Land Mark Inn and fine dining
 
Glass Works - Art Glass & Fused Dichroic Jewelry
Circle Of Wolves Gallery and gifts.
Select Designs Clothing & More

Local SawMill Photo taken in 1953       
 

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