Category: Rogue River Blog

Our blog entries about the culture and nature of the area and our wonderful family here at Morrisons Rogue Wilderness Adventures.


Best Time of Year for Rogue River Trips?

Great question! Morrisons Rogue Wilderness Adventures (MRWA) offers a large range of amazing Rogue River Trips and when you schedule your trip, it depends on what you’re thinking about doing. Rafting, hiking, and fishing all have different times of year that they shine, so we put together a list of considerations for each trip MRWA offers. Rafting Trip MRWA offers both full day, half day, and multi-day rafting trips from…


Morrisons Lodge on the Rogue River

The first time Lloyd Morrison saw the land upon which he would eventually build Morrisons Lodge he knew it was special. Uniquely situated on a peaceful bend of the famous Rogue River, Morrisons has been hosting anglers, couples, families, and other adventure seekers for more than 70 years. The secluded property feels miles from everywhere but is truly only a 20-minute drive from civilization. Enjoy the comforts of home in…


Rogue River Adventures: Fall 2015

We made it! Summer camping season is coming to a close and fall hike and fish season is right around the corner. Two weeks ago we started seeing the first flitter of the Chinook Salmon’s tail at Grave Creek boat launch, and a brief moment of cool fall air blew up the canyon as we launched one of our last camping trips. Fall is coming soon, and with it a…


Welcome to the Rogue River 2015 Season!

Spring has sprung, and we are gearing up for another fun filled season on the beautiful Rogue River! We are proud to announce our upcoming award in the June issue of Sunset Magazine for ‘Best of the West- Gourmet Camping’, soon followed by a feature in the July Sunset Magazine issue on our award winning ‘Wiking’ (Wine hiking) and ‘Wafting’ (Wine rafting) trips. In hiking news, we recently got back…


Be the Smartest Rafter on the River!

Here are answers to some of the most frequently asked questions on the raft, so you can have a leg up on your fellow rafters. 1. How deep is the river? A more complicated question than it seems! The river is not measured in depth, but instead in volume. The depth is ever-changing, not only because of rocks on the bottom, but also how wide it is. We measure river…


Insider River Guide Knowledge

The stories your river guide doesn't want you to know. 1. There is not a rangefinder for the depth of the river on the end of your guides paddle. One of the most frequently asked questions on the river is ‘How deep is the river?’. Being the ever charming, and over-creative river guide that he is, your raft guide might choose to forego the so-called ‘truth’ of the answer, and…