Attractions - Grants Pass
Wildlife Images
Wildlife Images Rehabilitation and Education Center was originally started as a rehabilitation station for birds of prey. It now includes a program to aid and nurture all types of wild animals who have been injured or orphaned. Tours with knowledgable guides allow groups to view and learn about the wildlife.
Located 13 miles from of Grants Pass. Take Exit 58 off I-5 to downtown Grants Pass on 6th St., right on G St., to Upper River Road, to Lower River Road. Daily tours at 11 am and 1 pm by reservation only. (541) 476-0222.

Oregon Caves
Located in Cave Junction Oregon

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CITY HISTORICAL TOURS (Grants Pass) - The city of Grants Pass is filled with historical homes. Take a guided walking tour of historical Grants Pass and share its colorful history. The Josephine County Historical Society is housed in the historic Schmidt House at the corner of 5th and I Streets. The house contains many interesting collections of books, photos and maps. The reading and conference rooms of their research library are open from 10 am to 4 pm Tuesday thru Friday. SOUTHERN OREGON PUBLIC MARKET (Grants Pass) - Located in the City of Grants Pass on 4th and F street. Operates Saturday from 9-1:00pm, April through Thanksgiving and Tuesdays, same hours, in July. (541) 476-5375. ANTIQUES AND COLLECTIBLES (Grants Pass) - Grants Pass has over 25 antique and collectible shops. Maps with listings of the items carried are available from the Grants Pass Area Association of Antique Dealers, 220 S.W. 6th, Grants Pass, OR 97526 or call the Grants Pass Visitor Information Center. WISEMAN GALLERY (Grants Pass) - Located at Rogue Community College this gallery features works from a cross section of the nationŐs contemporary artists. Exhibits change every three weeks. PERFORMING ARTS (Grants Pass) - ROGUE MUSIC THEATRE at Rogue Community College offers the finest regional musical theatre in Oregon July through August (outdoors), plus winter shows. Call for tickets info (541) 479-2559. BARNSTORMERS LITTLE THEATRE is the oldest community theatre in Oregon. It presents classic and contemporary plays, leaning heavily toward comedy (541) 479-3557. The Grants Pass Chamber of Commerce and local merchants sponsor a series of free "Concerts in the Park" every Wednesday night from mid-July to mid-August in Riverside Park. Call (541) 779-2820 for information. CAVEMAN BRIDGE (Grants Pass) - This bridge crosses the Rogue River on Sixth Street in Grants Pass. It's listed on the National Registry of Historic Places. THE "WILD AND SCENIC" ROGUE RIVER (Grants Pass) - Jetboat trips, rafting, kayaking, fishing, water skiing, swimming, gold panning, fishing, or just sitting on the edge, the Rogue River is a vacation paradise. For information on river outfitters refer to the City Guide Directory. You can also call the Grants Pass Visitor Center 1-800-547-5927. For Rogue River backpacking information write to: Siskiyou National Forest, P.O. Box 440, 200 NE Greenfield Rd., Grants Pass, OR 97526 or call (541) 479-5301. BLM, Medford District, 3040 Biddle Rd., Medford, OR 97501 or call (541) 770-2200. JETBOAT TRIPS - Excitement, scenery and history, you get it all with a jetboat ride down the Rogue River to Hellgate Canyon. There are three excursions to choose from: a 2-hour scenic canyon tour; 5-hour whitewater; or a 4-hour dinner trip. Jetboats operate out of Grants Pass and from Gold Beach on the coast. Refer to the city listing guide for trip information. WOLF CREEK TAVERN (Wolf Creek) - Located in the town of Wolf Creek, about 25 miles north of Grants Pass off Interstate 5, this historic tavern is a fine example of an early stagecoach hotel, the tavern is now owned by the State of Oregon and operated as a restaurant, hotel and banquet facility. Visitors may view the room where author Jack London stayed.