Wolf Creek Inn

Built in 1883, Wolf Creek Inn is the oldest continuously operated hotel in the Pacific Northwest. It is here that Jack London completed his novel Valley of the Moon. As an important stop on the 16-day stagecoach journey from San Francisco to Portland, the Wolf Creek Inn has housed practically every important person found in the Northwest during the early history of Oregon, include Hollywood stars such as Clark Gable, Carol Lombard and Orson Welles, looking for refuge.

Today the Wolf Creek Inn boasts guest rooms with private baths, offering charming overnight accommodations and an opportunity to experience a simpler time. The food is always remarkable, and the inn is located centrally to Rogue Valley attractions, including the ghost town of Golden, hiking, panning for gold, whitewater rafting or jetboating adventures along the Rogue River. Staying at Wolf Creek is a step back in Oregon’s history for visitors.

  • ADA accessible
  • Trained guides available
  • Interpretive signage

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