Beckie’s Cafe

Beckie’s Cafe, listed on the National Historic Register, was built in the early 1920s by Ed Beckelhymer and sits along the banks of Union Creek, near the Rogue River, a scenic waterway that is enjoyed by many rafters and fishermen. Historic Beckie’s  is known for its huckleberry pie, with local-picked fruit. Year after year guests return to the fresh mountain air and the smell of the pines, getting back in touch with nature in a peaceful and tranquil setting that takes them back in time.

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