|Minimum Stay||3 nights|
The Rogue Riverlodge is an excellent choice for that Family reunion, weekend retreat, romantic getaway, short or extended vacation. It was built in 1920 and evokes a time gone by when friends and family enjoyed conversations and the great outdoors. From the deck of this restored old fishing lodge you can relax and reconnect at your pace while you enjoy all the amenities. The Riverlodge grounds are big, situated along 45 BLM acres of fishing banks inaccessible to others and bordered by pristine forest acreage. Riverlodge offers the conveniences of modern living and the charm of a Zane Grey novel.
The main house comfortably sleeps 7, in 3 bedrooms with 2.5 bathrooms. It was built in 1920 We can expand with an additional 2 bedrooms, shower, adjacent 'bunk house' and twins in a classic Airstream "Limited" to accommodate extra large groups that like to stay with us. The house has an enclosed porch, living and dinning room space. Its set up with dining service for 12, all linens, Direct tv, player piano, horseshoes, frisbee, tetherball and other outdoor games. The spa is off the back deck facing the river. Since 1920 we have been a part of the National Scenic Wilderness Waterway where there is no longer any building allowed. All of our guests leave knowing that they have had a chance to experience an extraordinary home and plan to visit again.
We enjoyed our stay at Riverlodge. The accommodation is rustic, but spacious and well equipped. The kitchen features 4 sinks along with every other necessary appliance. Lots of chairs, cushions, etc. The river can be seen from the deck and is a short walk through a blackberry patch, but no beach. The great room is delightful, with an attractive stone fireplace and comfortable sofas. The piano is not badly out of tune. Neighbors are out of view. Drive to town (Merlin) is 5 minutes; another 10 minutes to Grants Pass, where you will want to shop for most supplies.
Riverlodge is very well priced and centrally located for area activities (wine touring, jet boating, etc.).
Such a beautiful property, the home is very much a rustic cabin in the woods. A real Oregon experience. We would love to go back.
My family loved the cabin. My wife and I and our adult children stayed here for a week. I red a Zane Grey novel that was in the cabin. We enjoyed a fire every day. We loved walking around the river. I brought my drift boat and went through the Hellsgate canyon a couple of times - this is beautiful. We took a day to go to Crater lake and another to go to the Redwood national forest in Northern California. The cabin is very quiet as it's far removed from the road. I'm looking forward to coming back!
My family and I had a wonderful stay at the river lodge. Everything about the cabin was great. The atmosphere was so warm and inviting.. The scenic views from inside the cabin and outside were absolutely breathtaking. Want get away from the noise of city life . Go here it is so peaceful . Every morning there my husband and I enjoyed a cup of coffee on the back deck just listening to the sounds of nature and the sound of the river that is behind the cabin. We had are four grandkids with us. Every monument for them was just one big adventure. When it was time to leave they all wanted to stay the ask if we could just live there for ever . We enjoyed ourselves so much and was so impressed with the beauty of Oregon that we are thinking of moving there.
Our family met at this home near the Rogue River. We had folks from 2 months to 88 years and we all enjoyed our time there. We enjoyed day floats on the river and evenings around the fire pit. It was great as there were enough beds for all of us! We had a little problem with the odor in the Airstream, but still used it. With a larger group, who enjoys cooking at home, we found the kitchen to be pretty small for our group, it had one small oven and very little counter space.
the maintenance person showed up just before we left and he was very friendly.
I would recommend it to my friends.
Our group of five enjoyed this rustic, comfortable cabin. It was secluded but within a fifteen minute drive into Grant's Pass, 2 hours to Crater Lake and an hour to Oregon Caves. It can accommodate much larger groups--the kitchen is designed to cook large quantities. It would be ideal for a family reunion.
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My Standard Rate
3 night minimum stay
|Cleaning||$100 + Tax|
1% Oregon lodging tax
2+ nights $220 up to 8 People.
An additional $75 night for extra two bedrooms separate from the main house.
Discounts For Longer Stays.
50% + cleaning fee non-refundable deposit to confirm a reservation.