Whisky Creek Cabin
Whisky Creek Cabin is one of the few remaining relics of the Rogue River gold rush era. Others have fallen victim to vandalism and the ravages of time. The cabin and surrounding area remains isolated and inaccessible except by river or trail, much like it was when early pioneers first inhabited the area.
In 1973, the Bureau of Land Management purchased the deed to the cabin. Today, Whisky Creek Cabin is on the National Register of Historic Places. It is the oldest known mining cabin, still standing, in the remote lower Rogue River canyon. more>>
Rand National Register Listed Site
The Rand National Register Listed Site is located in southwestern Oregon approximately 25 miles northwest of Grants Pass, Oregon, and 3 miles downstream from the community of Galice. Rand is located on a terrace on the west side of the Rogue National Wild and Scenic River in steep, mountainous country with elevations ranging from 700 feet at the river's edge to 4,000 feet on nearby peaks.
River trip drinking water is NOT available at the Visitor Center until further notice (10/17/14).
View the Rand National Register Listed Site (PDF).
Rogue River Ranch
Rogue River Ranch National Register Listed Site is located in southwestern Oregon approximately 75 miles northwest of the city of Grants Pass. The ranch is at the mouth of Mule Creek and nestled in the heart of the Rogue National Wild and Scenic River's wild section. more>>
River trip drinking water is NOT available at the Ranch until further notice (10/17/14).
View the Rogue River Ranch (PDF).