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Experience the Undiminished Beauty of Oregon

Stay & Play: Your Southern Oregon Vacation Planner Don't Miss These Unforgettable Stops On Your Next Trip There is so much to do in Southern Oregon! Exploring the forest, trails, and tributaries of the Rogue River near Morrisons Lodge includes enough fun to keep the whole family entertained for weeks. But if you’re in the planning stages of your next hiking, rafting, or fishing adventure with us, there are a…

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Morrisons Rogue Wilderness Adventures & Lodge Unaffected by Last Year’s Wildfires

Merlin, Oregon—Morrisons Rogue Wilderness Adventures and Lodge are in full swing for the 2019 season and want to be clear that their tours and lodging are unaffected by last year’s wildfires in the area. Although last year’s Klondike and Taylor Creek fires impacted a number of local businesses and landowners, and made outdoor recreation in the area challenging at times, there is no current negative impact on Morrisons trips or…

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Did Last Year’s Wildfires Impact the Rogue River?

Contrary to what you may have heard, our views are unaffected. Wildfires in Southern Oregon are no joke. The effects of last year’s Klondike and Taylor Creek fires are still being felt by local businesses, landowners, and outdoor enthusiasts. There’s no denying the implications warmer summers and drier winters are having on our forests, but there are a few things you should know about what you’ll find when you visit…

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Experience the Beauty and History of the Rogue River Trail

Over a century ago the trails that are known today as the Rogue River National Recreational Trail were constructed for pack mules to supply miners searching for gold in Southern Oregon. Carved into rock cliffs, and sweeping down along the beautiful river, you can hike those same paths trekked by Chinook and Takelma Indians, American settlers and miners. Stretching over 40 miles from Grave Creek to Big Bend the trail provides the…

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Southern Oregon: Home of the World’s Only Bigfoot Trap

Some say Sasquatch still roams the forests of the Rogue River Valley Whether you’re a true believer or staunch skeptic, the fact is that the world’s only known Bigfoot trap resides in the forest just a few miles from Applegate Lake in Southern Oregon. Built in 1974 by the North American Wildlife Research Team, the purpose of the trap was to prove the existence of the legendary bipedal hominid said…