Welcome to the Rogue River Lodge - the earliest known lodge built on the banks of the Rogue River in the Upper Rogue Valley still in existence today, constructed in 1937 and operated continuously under that name for 76 years. The lodge has undergone an extensive renovation, with new exteriors, interiors, electrical, plumbing, heating and air conditioning, all while ensuring that the historical elements of the building have been maintained. As part of the remodel, we are pleased to announce that the lodge is now ADA accessible on both levels.
The lodge reopened on August 18, 2010 with new management and an eager and service oriented staff, prepared to offer a new level of hospitality in our two lounges, as well as providing our patrons with both upscale and casual dining options.
The lodge is located on scenic Highway 62 in Trail, just a short drive from the cities of Ashland, Medford and Grants Pass. Situated on two acres overlooking the Rogue River and only 62 miles from the entrance to Crater Lake National Park.
What's Happening At The Lodge...
We're pleased to announce that we have recently been awarded the 2012 Small Business Excellence Award by Jackson County / Medford Chamber of Commerce! Our staff has worked incredibly hard to ensure that we exceed guests expectations in terms of service, ambiance and outstanding cuisine!We thrilled to announce we have just been awarded a Five Star award from Trip Advisor.com! Enjoy an overnight stay or a staycation with a completely restored 1930's cabin located right on the Rogue River! See our calendar of availability at VRBO.com, and type in property #383249.