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Grants Pass Information
About Grants Pass
Located just one-hour north of the California border, Grants Pass is a gorgeous town that the Rogue River runs right through. It also serves as a hub to two national forests and the Kalmiopsis, one of the largest wilderness areas in the West. In addition to being out in the middle of nature, Grants Pass also offers a small town atmosphere complete with fine dining and boutique shopping. Formerly a vacation destination to iconic Hollywood royalty like Clark Gable, Grants Pass features a colorful history that dates back to Native Americans and gold panners, and today is continues to attract and entertain visitors from around the world.
Things to Do in Grants Pass
Go for a stroll along the award-winning pedestrian bridge that crosses the Rogue River and links the sports park with the Josephine County Fairgrounds. Grants Pass is also home to the state’s longest-running outdoor growers and crafters market. The downtown area has been declared a National Historic District because of the historic buildings that occupy the neighborhood, and this whole section has been upgraded with a multimillion dollar redesign that includes new streets and sidewalks. Many town events take place here, including First Friday Live, Bearfest and various parades. Take a picture next to the famous “It’s the Climate” sign, which was first hung in 1920 and is located at an intersection in town. Go for a hike on one of the town’s numerous trails, ranging from Cave Creek Trail to Pupps Camp Way. Spend a day at the Grants Pass Museum of Art, enjoy a treat at GP Pharmacy’s Soda Fountain, visit the historic Schmidt House and Firehouse Gallery, and catch a performance at Rogue Theatre.
Day Trips Near Grants Pass
Crater Lake National Park, Redwood National Park and the Oregon Coast are all just over 25 miles from Grants Pass, making them all convenient and quick day trips. The Oregon Caves National Monument and Preserve, which is s48 miles away, features 4,554-acres of protected area in the northern Siskiyou Mountains. There are numerous attractions that are within 25 miles of Grants Pass, including Hellgate Canyon, Applegate Valley Wine Trail, Rainie Falls and Pottsville Museum.
Grants Pass Accommodation
Grants Pass offers a wide variety of accommodations and property rentals to choose from. There are several nice neighborhoods where you can rent a vacation home, and each area has its own unique pros. The north side of town that is north of the Rogue River is an established part of town with nice houses, and south of the river is all very new with a suburban feel. There are lots of pre-1950s houses around NW Midland Avenue, NW 6th Street and NW Highland Avenue.
Transportation in Grants Pass
Traveling by bicycle is one way to get around Grants Pass, as there are numerous biking trails that are a great way to see the town. Greyhound has a station in Grants Pass, and there is a public bus that is administered by Josephine County and offers numerous stops. A rental car is the most convenient way to get around town, but be mindful when driving down the roads in the winter, as they tend to get slippery when there is ice or snow.