Nestled on two acres along the banks of the Rogue River, the Rogue River Lodge is one of the earliest known lodges built in the Upper Rogue Valley that is still in existence today. Completed in 1937 as part of the original lodge, the cabin has been lovingly restored to reflect the ambiance of the mid 1930's era. Step back into a simpler time with our one bedroom cabin with amenities that include an antique kitchenette, bathroom, sitting room and French doors that open onto a spacious deck, just feet away from the Rogue River.
Enjoy a peaceful afternoon on the deck watching for bald eagles flying and salmon jumping or just drift off to sleep listening to the light rapids of the Rogue.
This cozy home-away-from -home sleeps up to four persons, with a queen bed in the bedroom, and a double fold out futon bed in the living area. Enjoy a delicious breakfast delivered each morning (valid up to 4 guests). We have recently added a riverside hot tub and dry/moist 2 person sauna for our guests' enjoyment.
The manicured grounds also provide an excellent venue for family reunions, weddings, anniversary celebrations and more with potential onsite tent camping, RV and boat parking.
Rogue River Lodge offers an amazing range of things to do in the nearby area. Whether it’s a round of golf, fishing, hiking or wine tasting in the summer or skiing, snowmobiling or snowshoeing in the winter there are plenty of opportunities to explore the sights and tastes of the region, year round.
The Rogue River Lodge has received 2012 Certificate of Excellence Award as well as Jackson County / Medford Chamber of Commerce 2012 Small Business Excellence award, voted 2nd Best Lodge in Southern Oregon in 2011, one of the top wedding venues in 2018, 2019 and 2020.
**The cabin is not ADA and does have one small step. It is adjacent to a riverside event venue and event center which is popular during the summer and on a public river access for boaters.
Keywords: The cabin is ideal for tourists & locals - located just 30 minutes from Medford, and 50 miles to Crater Lake, minutes from Lost Creek Lake, and a short drive to Prospect and Union Creek.