Your full service, locally owned, pet, grooming, & supply store for 20 years.
1688 N.E. Lynda Ln.
Grants Pass, Oregon 97526
Puppies, Kittens, Ferrets, Bunnies, Birds, Reptiles, Fresh & Saltwater Fish, & Small
New & used cages @ incredible savings.
(Monthly shot clinic)
First Saturday of every month form 2-5 pm.
Office Hours Mon. – Sat. 10:00 am. To 6:00 pm.
& Sundays 12 – 4:00 pm.
Store Phone # 541-479-8682
Purr-fect Pet Grooming
Meet the areas best full service pet Grooming crew, available weekdays walk-ins always welcome
7:00 am -?
For Appointments call: (541) 479-5572
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My very favorite Internet site ever is Ebay classifieds
http://www.kijiji.com. I probably give the site information to at least 5
customers a week, which has never heard of it. It is easy for any one to
use and it’s FREE. Listed below are a few of my other favorite sites on
the World Wide Web.
1098 S.E. M Street
Grants Pass, OR.
Quality Pets and Supplies
1688 N.E. Lynda Ln.
Grants Pass, OR.
Bob & Tina Ewart
Fax 541-476-4758 Fax: 541-474-2817
I C Auto Sales
Quality Used Cars
No Credit! No Problem!
35 West 8Th
Purr-fect Pet Grooming
For all your pet grooming needs
Open Weekdays 7:00am to ?
By appointment 541-476-2755
Locally owned and operated
D.A. Tambellini & Sons
189 Queens Branch Rd.
Rogue River, OR.
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La Quinta Inn & Suites, 243 NE Morgan Lane Grants Pass, OR. 97526 (541) 472- 1808
Holiday Inn Express, 105 NE Agness Ave. Grants Pass, OR. 97526 (541) 471-6144
Morrison’s Rogue River Lodge, 8500 Galice Rd. Merlin, OR. 97532 (541) 476-3825
Doubletree Ranch, 6000 Abegg Rd. Merlin, OR. 97532 (541 476-0120
Wild River Inn, 110 NE Morgan Lane Grants Pass, OR. 97526 (541) 479- 5381
Rogue River Inn, 6285 Rogue River Hwy Rogue River, OR. 97537 (541) 582-1120
Union Creek Resort, (1-866) 560-3565
Schroeder Park, Camping with over 50 sites available 2 yurts & 29 R.V. full-hookups, 2 ADA campsites plus showers,
toilets, picnic grounds, and a boat ramp. At the Highway 199-99 junction, go west seven-tenths of a mile. Turn right on
Redwood Ave. and go 1.5 miles to willow lane and go straight to Schroeder lane. Park is located on the right.
Whitehorse Park, With over 40 campsites available 1 yurt, including 8 with complete R.V. full-hookups, Showers,
restroom, a boat ramp, picnic shelter, playground and bird sanctuary. Take G Street west from Grants Pass for one half
mile. Then follow Upper River Road another 6.1 miles to the park.
Griffin Park, 19 campsites available and 1 yurt, including new restrooms with showers, a dumping station for registered
campers, 2 boat ramps, gravel bar, a playground, horseshoe pits, picnic shelter with amenities and a small beach area. From
the Highway 199-99 junction head west on U.S. 199 (Redwood Highway) for 6.7 miles. Turn right on Riverbanks Road and
follow for 6.2 miles to Griffin Road. Turn right and continue one-half mile to the park.
Indian Mary Park, This popular facility has 92 campsites including 44 R.V. full-hookups, 13 partial hookups, 2 yurts,
showers, picnic area, picnic shelter with amenities, playground, fishing access, hiking trails, basketball half-court, volleyball,
9 holes of disc golf and a new boat ramp. The park is 7.6 miles west of Merlin on Merlin-Galice Road.
Almeda Park, 34 tent sites, 2 group camps and 1 yurt, a boat ramp, picnic sites and toilets. 15.7 miles west of Merlin on
Lake Selmac Park, This large park offers 95 campsites nearly half provide R.V. full-hookup, one group site, 6 horse
camp sites, disc golf course, ball field, horseshoe pits, 3 ADA docks, a dump station and 5 yurts. From Selma, go six-tenths
of a mile south on hwy 199, turn left on Lakeshore Drive Road and continue for 2.3 miles to the lake.
Ennis Riffle, This natural park offers primitive camping, river access for boating and fishing, and a vault toilet. Go 10.1
miles west of Merlin on Merlin-Galice Road.
Wolf Creek Park, 32 campsites including 19 partial hookups, and 2 group sites on a seasonal creek near the historic
Wolf Creek Inn, Picnic sites, a picnic shelter, a small playground, disc golf, vault toilets, a baseball field and a dump station.
From Grants Pass, go north on I-5 to Wolf Creek the park is located at the end of Main Street.
Bradbury’s Raft Rentals, 1809 Rogue River Hwy Grants Pass, OR. 97527
Ferron’s Fun Trips, Merlin, OR. (541)474-2201
Galice Resort’s Raft Trip, 11744 Galice Rd. Merlin, OR. (541) 476-3818
Orange Torpedo Trips, 210 Merlin Rd. Merlin, OR. 97532 (541) 479-7474
River Dance Raft Rentals, 105 Merlin Sanitarium Rd. Merlin, OR. 97532
Rogue River Raft Trips Inc., 8500 Galice Rd. Merlin, OR. 97532 (541) 476-3825
Rogue Wilderness, 325 Galice Rd. Merlin, OR. 97532 (541) 479-9554
U-Save Gas & Tackle, 935 Rogue River Hwy, Grants Pass, OR. 97527 (541) 476-9871
River Boat Trips –
Rogue River Hellgate Jetboat Excursions - Celebrating over 50 years of service 1959 – 2009.
Hiking - Table Rock is located in Sams Valley near Medford & Central Point Oregon. Table Rock was a sanctuary for
Takelma Indians. There are two Table Rock mesas, an upper Table Rock and a Lower Table Rock. Upper Table Rock is a bit
shorter and slightly easier to hike. Both are open all year and No fee to hike them. To Book a Tour please call 541-618-
The Upper Table Rock provides a wonderful hiking trail to the top of this enormous flat rock. Springtime is the best to catch
the best flower and endangered wildflower displays and to avoid the heat. The views are spectacular from the top. Here you
can see the most of Sams Valley and Rogue Valley south to Ashland and Mt McLaughlin.
Hiking Upper Table Rock is a moderately easy 2.8-mile trip, with a 720-foot gain. At the 1.1-mile point there is a final steep
pitch on the trail suddenly, then you reach the table's amazingly flat summit. Although easy for some to hike, we suggest you
be in good health to hike it, especially in the summer. The Lower Table Rock trail is longer and rockier, climbing through
shadier woods. The path climbs, steeply at times, after 1.6 miles the path suddenly crests at the plateau and becomes an old
road. Walk another 200 yards up the road and fork left on a trail that ends at a 200-foot cliff & viewpoint. Lower Table
Rock was dedicated as a nature preserve by The Nature Conservancy in 1979. The picture to the left was taken while
standing atop Table Rock overlooking the valley towards Phoenix, Medford and Ashland direction with Mt McLaughlin in the
To find the Upper Table Rock trailhead from the Interstate 5, take Central Point Exit 33 (north of Medford), drive east on
Biddle Road 1 mile, turn left on Table Rock Road for 5.2 miles to a curve, and turn right on Modoc Road for 1.5 miles to the
trailhead parking lot on the left, just opposite of an electric substation.
To find the Lower Table Rock trailhead from here, return 1.5 miles to Table Rock Road, turn right (away from Medford) to
milepost 10, and then turn left on Wheeler Road 0.8 mile.
Fishing – Rogue Wilderness Adventures, 325 Galice Rd. Merlin Or. 97532
Horse Rides –
http://www.roguerivertrailrides.com/ Morrisons’s Rogue River Lodge, Provided by Sourdough Camp
Trail Rides. One & Two hour trail rides in Taylor Creek Canyon.
Trip Times: 10am, 12:30pm, 2pm, & 3pm. Limit of 5 guests per trip.
Starting at $40 – children & $55 – adults
Trail Rides begin at the Lodge, two miles past Indian Mary Park
8300 Galice Rd.
Merlin, OR. 97532
Reservations are required Please Call (541) 476-3825
Or (800) 826-1963
Applegate Valley Tour:
Ashland Downtown Historic District:
Beeson-Foss Ranch: 6371 Wagner Creek Rd,
Butte Falls Railroad Museum:
Dutchman’s Peak Lookout:
33 Miles SW of Ashland:
Eagle Point Historical Society & Museum:
301 N Royal Ave.:
Eight Dollar Mountain:
SW of Grants Pass
Grants Pass National Historic District:
24195 Redwood Hwy,:
Medford Downtown Historical District:
St. Oakdale & Riverside Ave.: Medford
Medford Railroad Park:
Rough & Ready Wayside:
Great Cats World Park
Predators in Action – Southern Oregon’s Newest Attraction “2005 Best Commercial Project of the year” Experience The
Cats Like Never Before! Up Close and Personal.
Lions Snarling, Leopards Bounding, Ocelots Climbing, Stalking Tigers, Fishing Cats Swimming and Many Other Demonstrations
Mid-March – June (Daily) 11am – 4pm
June – September (Daily) 10am – 6pm
October (Daily) 11am – 4pm
November – February (Weekends Only) 11am – 4pm
By Appointment only (Off Season) - Please call (541) 592-2957
Great Photo Opportunities,
Behind the Scenes Tours,
Meet the Keepers,
Unique Gift Shop
Directions: From Grants Pass, take Hwy 199 “Redwood Highway” to Cave Junction (40 Min. from I-5). The Park is one mile
south of Cave Junction.
27919 Redwood Highway
Cave Junction, OR. 97523
Wildlife Images Rehabilitation & Education Center http://www.wildlifeimages.org
Wildlife Sanctuary Tours – Experience a tour of world-famous Wildlife Images Rehabilitation & Education Center
where sick, injured and orphaned wild animals are given a second chance at life. Over 70 animals are permanent residents, so
you may see any number of North American species, including birds of prey, wolves, bobcats, bears, cougars, foxes and
reptiles, just to name a few. Our educational programs help people to better understand the myriad of challenges these
animals face in their daily struggle to survive.
Wildlife Images is a non-profit organization and relies on a small staff, a dedicated corp. of volunteers and
donations of all types to continue our mission. Guided tours run seven days a week, rain or shine. For more information call
Wildlife Images Expedition Transport “Your Ride to the Wild Side”
There is a three hour guided excursion that provides a ride out to Wildlife Images on the Expedition Transport and
an exciting and educational tour of our rehabilitation facility. The transport departs from downtown Grants Pass three times
Dutch Brothers at 6th
and G Street
Departure: 8:25 am, 11:25 am, & 2:25 pm.
Hellgate Excursions on 6th
Departure: 8:35 am, 11:35 am, & 2:35 pm.
The Lodge At Riverside on 7th
Departure: 8:45 am, 11:45 am, & 2:45 pm.
The cost is only $15.00 for adults and $10.00 for children:
Tickets can be purchased downtown at:
The Welcome Center on 6th
and G Street
The Lodge at Riverside
Contact Wildlife Images Rehabilitation and Education Center for more information at:
P.O. Box 36 Merlin, OR. 97532
11845 Lower River Rd., Grants Pass, OR. 97526
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Being a Native Oregonian, for the last 37 years. I want only the best for our Land, rivers
and ocean. I wish to encourage you to visit and perhaps come to stay. We have the best; get
back to nature vacation locations in Southern Oregon. Make your way to the West Coast,
and be one with the bugs.
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Calendar of Events
First Friday, Art Night - Down Town
Gem & Mineral Show, Josephine County Fairgrounds
Chamber of Commerce Awards Banquet
Walk America / March of Dimes
Spring Wine Stroll
Boatnick Festival -Riverside Park, Grants Pass
Home & Trade Show - Josephine County Fairgrounds North American Pow Wow - Riverside Park
Amazing May - A Month Long Celebration - Various
Antique Street Fair- Downtown Grants Pass
Merlin Parade - Downtown Merlin Monte Carlo - Family & Friends
Rose Society Show - Josephine County Fairgrounds
Children's Festival / Frog O' Fair - Riverside Park, AAUW
Antique Engine & Tractor Show - Pottsville
Rooster Crow Contest / Festival - Rogue River
Concerts in the Park - Tuesdays (June 22nd - August 10th) Riverside Park http://www.concertsinthepark.org
July 4th / Fireworks - Josephine County Fairgrounds
Sizzlin' Summer Celebration - Back to the 50's - Downtown Grants Pass
Western States Black Powder Shoot & Rendezvous - Sportsman's Park
Salmon Bar-B-Que - Golden Eagle Kiwanis
Josephine County Fair - Jo. Co. Fairgrounds
Rogue Triathlon & Hellgate Challenge - Merlin
Fantastic Flea Market
Labor Day Festival & Parade - Cave Junction
Labor Day White Water Race - Riverside Park
Fall Wine Stroll
Asian Cultural Festival - Riverside Park
Art Along the Rogue Music & Art Festival - H Street Downtown Grants Pass
Quilt & Crafts Fair - Hugo
Applegate Trail Wagon Train Re-enactment Celebration - Sunny Valley
Cemetery Tours - Josephine County Historical Society - Zonta Auctions
Oktoberfest - Wolf Creek Inn
Christmas Bazaar / Hospital Auxiliary - Josephine County Fairgrounds
Christmas Home Tour
Magical Musical Murals - Downtown Grants Pass
Christmas Parade & Santa Comes to Town - Downtown Grants Pass
Events subject to change without notice
Southern Oregon tour:
Get general Oregon Information
Check our weather forecast for Grants Pass, OR
For all Emergency’s Dial - 911
Local Law Enforcement – Grants Pass Police
Josephine County Sheriff Department –
Road Conditions – 511 OR (503) 588-2941
Josephine County Parks
Pierce Riffle Park –
Tom Pearce Park –
Chinook Park –
Shroeder Park –
Whitehorse Park –
Matson Park –
Ferry Hole –
Griffin Park –
Robertson Bridge Access –
Hog Creek Access –
Indian Mary Park -
Almeda Park - -
Wolf Creek Park –
Sportsman’s Park –
Cathedral Hills Park –
Fish Hatchery Park –
Lake Selmac Park –
Ennis Riffle –
Baker Perk – 900 E Park St.
Caveman Pool – 801 NE 9th St.
Croxton Park – 1001 NE Memorial Dr.
Debo Park – 510 SW E St.
Eckstein Park – 1720 Portola Dr.
Fruitdale Park – 1560 Hamilton Lane
Grants Pass Skate Park – 820 SE M St.
Hillside Park – 1090 NW Hawthorne
Jubilee Park – Cave Junction
Lawnridge Park – 1090 NW Hawthorne
Morrison Centennial Park – 1187 Rogue River Hwy.
Ogle Park – 1442 NW Washington
Portola Park – Portola Dr.
Redwood Park – 1395 Dowell Rd.
Reinhart Volunteer Park
Riverside Park – 304 E Park St.
Tussing Park – 800 W Park St.
Westholm Park – 800 W Park St.
Applegate Trail Interpretive Center http://www.rogueweb.com/interpretive
Butte Creek Mill http://www.buttecreekmill.com/
Camp White Military Museum http://www.campwhite.org/
Children’s Museum http://www.sohs.org/
Crater Rock Museum http://www.craterrock.com/
Fire House Gallery http://www.roguecc.edu/galleries
Glass Forge http://www.glassforge.com/
Grants Pass Museum of Art http://www.gpmuseum.com/
Great Cats World Park http://www.greatcatsworldpark.com/ ****
House of Mystery Oregon Vortex http://www.oregonvortex.com/ **
Jacksonville Historical District http://www.jacksonvilleoregon.com/
Jacksonville Museum http://www.sohs.org/
Oregon Caves National Monument http://www.oregoncaves.com/
Pacifica: A Garden in the Siskiyous http://www.pacificagarden.org/
Rogue Gallery & Art Center http://www.roguegallery.org/
Schmidt House Museum/Josephine County Historical Soc.
Schneider Museum of Art http://www.sou.edu/sma
Science Works Hands-On Museum http://www.scienceworksmuseum.org/
Southern Oregon Speedway/Dragway http://www.sospeedway.com/
Table Rock Area http://www.southernoregon.com/tablerock -
Wildlife Images Rehabilitation & Education Center http://www.wildlifeimages.org/ -
Wolf Creek Inn http://www.thewolfcreekinn.com/ - 100 Front St. Wolf Creek OR. 97497 (541)
Grants Pass National Historic District
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Learn about Softball in Southern Oregon.
Contact Parks and Recreation:
Phone # (541) 471-6435
198 SW 6th St.
Grants Pass, Oregon 97526
It is, June 10, 2011 and a new season of softball is ahead of us. This will make the 10th consecutive softball
season that I have been a part of the world of softball.
Summer 2011 Schedule
See you this season.
http://www.Your Government » Parks and Community Services
City of Grants Pass Reinhart Volunteer Park -
Gilbert Creek Park – 1750 Hawthorne
Grants Pass, Oregon
In Medford, Oregon
U.S. Cellular Community Park: http://www.uscellularcommunitypark.com
The 5-field softball/baseball complex, concession bldg, playground and parking lot east of
Bear Creek are completed and the facility is in use.
As of July 8, 2008 none of the frequently used Internet mapping services were mapping the
correct address of 300 Lowry Lane. You can locate the site better by using Goggle Map and
typing U.S. Cellular Community Park; turn on satellite image for a better view. Although their images don't
show construction to date it will get you to the site.
Work on the five multi-purpose fields and a regulation baseball field is underway and expected to be
complete by July 2009. When complete, the 132-acre park will feature 15 ball fields - with 14 featuring all-
weather artificial turf.
It’s Golf…with discs!
Like the ancient game played with clubs and balls, disc golf provides recreation, challenge, and
competition for all athletes who love the outdoors. Both golf games share the same structure
and thrills; the only real difference is the equipment. Players throw specially designed golf
discs to handle any obstacle a course may present. While you play to complete the course in a
few throws as possible, it only takes one great throw to bring you back another day.
Riverside Park – A 9-hole disc golf course. Located in the heart of Grants Pass. Between 6th
bridges. After crossing the 6th
street bridge make a right to East Park St. just past the softball field turn
Tom Pearce Park – An 18-hole disc golf course. The park is close to Pierce Riffle. Follow Foothill Boulevard
for one half mile, and turn right on Pearce Park Road, continue 1.1
miles to the park.
Indian Mary Park – A 9-hole disc golf course. The park is located 7.6 miles west of Merlin on the Merlin
Official U.S. Cellular
Community Park logo
Lake Selmac Park – Disc golf course. From Selma, go six-tenths of a mile south on Hwy. 199 turn left on
Lakeshore Drive Road and continue for 2.3 miles to the lake.
Competitive excitement, Fun for all ages, Healthy & easy to learn
Wild Mushroom Hunting in
Northwestern region of the United States is rich in wild mushrooms. Particularly during the seasons of fall and spring, mushrooms
seem to carpet the forest floors. In recent years, commercial mushroom harvesting has increased in the state of Oregon. Because of
this increase, the state charges a fee to those who harvest mushrooms from federal land. However, those who collect mushrooms
for private use can do so free of charge. Collecting wild mushrooms in Oregon is an enjoyable hobby for residents and tourists
alike. Mushroom collectors will no doubt also enjoy the scenery of Oregon's forests as they hunt for mushrooms. Collecting
mushrooms in Oregon can be easily enjoyed once you learn the best methods, locations and times to hunt.
Oregon's wild mushrooms are some of the most delectable in the world. Hunters can earn big bucks for a single day's harvest, so
it's no wonder hobbyists and commercial pickers alike scour the state in search of the valuable fungi. The most popular--and
tastiest--mushrooms found in Oregon are morels, golden chanterelles, king boletes and American matsutakes. Other edible species
include the horn of plenty, the spreading-hedgehog, the shaggy parasol, the coral tooth, the black picoa and the Oregon white
In general, the time to hunt for mushrooms is in the spring and fall when warm, wet weather provides ideal growing conditions.
Each species, however, has its own "best" season. Edible morels are more abundant in the spring, and golden chanterelles and
American matsutakes do better in the late summer and fall. King boletes can be found year-round depending on where you go--fall
to spring at low elevations and late spring to summer in the high country.
Wild mushrooms can be found throughout Oregon's conifer and hardwood forests. Mycorrhizal mushrooms such as
boletes and matsutakes rely on trees to survive, so it makes sense to look for them in heavily forested areas with lots
of pine trees. Morels, on the other hand, fruit best in logged out or burned areas, so you'll want to search in clear-cuts
or after a forest fire. Look for golden chanterelles in the state's hardwood forests. Always get permission from property
owners if you intend to search on private land.
Personal use permits are required in most of the state's forests although they are usually free. They grant the holder the right to
either one or two pounds of mushrooms per day, depending on where you go. Commercial permits, which waive the collection
limits but must be purchased, are required on all public lands in the state. Requirements change frequently, so check with the
Cascade Mycological Society for updated information and for a list of Forest Service and Bureau of Land Management offices in
Cascade Mycological Society
P.O. Box 110
Eugene Oregon 97440
Things to Watch Out For:
The most important thing to be careful of while hunting wild mushrooms, by far, are the look-alikes--mushrooms that resemble
their edible brethren. Some of these, like the aptly named death-cap, are toxic and are responsible for more than half of all
mushroom-related fatalities--they are also common in Oregon. Take an illustrated guide book when you go and, if there is any
doubt, don't pick it.
As the mushroom trade has become more lucrative in recent years, conflicts between mushroom hunters have become more
frequent. Though encounters are rarely violent, people have been injured and even killed in run-ins with pickers who considered a
certain section of the forest as their "territory." Use common sense when hunting for wild mushrooms in Oregon and, more often
than not, you will have an enjoyable, delicious and perhaps even profitable experience.
Picture Of Mushrooms
The shitake mushroom is most closely associated with Asian cuisine but it can actually grow very well in certain parts of the
United States. Oregon has ideal hardwood forests and climate for this variety of mushroom to grow in the wild.
Shitake mushrooms grow in damp woodland areas on rotting hardwood and logs. They thrive best out of the wind, so thick
woodland is an ideal environment.
Shitake mushrooms have a chocolate-colored, umbrella-shaped cap with a thin woody stem. They resemble regular mushrooms in
shape but will tend to be larger in size. They will tend to stand out against any other fungus found on the rotting logs they take root
on, but for safety purposes mushroom hunters should study a picture of the mushroom before setting out to find it.
The best shitakes to harvest are the ones that grow 24 to 48 hours after a heavy rain during the warm summer months. They grow
quickly and are at their very best quality when picked within the first two days. It is best not to cut the mushrooms as they can lose
too much moisture this way; gently twisting them until the stem comes away from the log is advised
Research the locations of federal lands where mushroom hunting is permitted. Gcoregonlive.com has a map of federal lands in
Mushroom hunting also can be done on private lands upon permission from the landowner.
Hunt for mushrooms during the fall or spring, while the ground is warm and moist. Locate a spot of land that is covered with many
trees because this area is most likely to have the greatest amount of mushrooms. Search the bases of the trees for any mushrooms.
Both conifers and hardwood trees can have mushrooms growing at their bases.
Pluck any mushrooms found directly out of the ground. This can be done by hand or with a knife. Drop the mushrooms into your
container used for collecting.
Wash the collected mushrooms in cold water to remove any dirt or debris. Store them in a cool, well ventilated location until you
are ready to use them.
Identify each mushroom before eating them. Some wild mushrooms are very poisonous. Forestry-dev.org has an interactive page to
help you accurately identify your mushrooms.
Read more: How to Find Wild Mushrooms in Oregon | eHow.com http://www.ehow.com/how_7505701_wild-mushrooms-
Area Golf Courses
Grants Pass Golf Club
230 Espey Rd.
Grants Pass, Or. 97527
Laurel Hill Golf Course – Laurel Hills Golf Course is an executive course cut out of a madrone and oak forest. Located ½
mile off of exit 40. (541) 855-7965.
Applegate Golf – Set amongst the splendor of awe-inspiring mountains and the Applegate River is the regulation, 9-hole Par
36, Applegate Golf Course that can be enjoyed year round. For information and tee times call (541) 955-0480.
Colonial Valley – A flat 9-hole course that features mature native trees, no sand traps and is a good little course for the novice
golfers. Rental clubs and pull carts are available in the clubhouse. Located in the Colonial Valley area about 7 miles north of
Grants Pass. For greens fees and information call (541) 479- 5568.
Dutcher Creek – Big changes have come to 4611 Upper River Road, as Dutcher Creek Golf Course is now the area’s second
regulation 18-hole course. Cart rentals and pull carts are available. The pro shop offers snacks and beverages as well as golf
equipment and accessories. Lessons are available. For information call (541) 474-2188.
Grants Pass Golf Club – Located south of town on Williams Highway, this 18-hole semi-private par-72 course offers an
interesting mix of hills, tricky doglegs, a few sand traps and some water hazards. Open to the public during specific times (call for
times). The driving range is open to anyone, playing a round or not. For information call (541) 476-0849.
Illinois Valley Golf Club – The Illinois Valley Golf Club is located in the town of Cave Junction, which is situated between
the California border and Grants Pass, Oregon. The golf course features 9-holes of golf, with two sets of tees to give the golfer a
different look for the 2nd nine. The golf course features electric golf cars, a snack bar which has an excellent lunch menu, cocktails,
beer and wine. There is a driving range, putting green and our PDA pro, Michael Day has given thousands of lessons on the many
facets of the golf swing.
Red Mountain – If you want to play a challenging game with your irons, then this is the place to go! Red Mountain is a
picturesque 9-hole course located at 324 Mountain Greens Lane. About 8 miles north of Grants Pass, just off I-5 (turn off
Monument drive). Open year-round, (weather permitting) the trees-lines par-28 course is well laid out and features pond hazards,
sand traps and some tricky fairways. Information and tee times call (541) 479-2297.
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