Agness, Oregon

Top Lodging in and near Agness

  • Agness, Oregon

    Bald Knob Lookout

    Overview Bald Knob Lookout is perched atop Bald Knob at an elevation of 3,630 feet in the Rogue River-Siskiyou National Forest. The lookout offers visitors a unique lodging experience and panoramic views of the surrounding area.Originally developed in 1931 as a lookout site, Bald Knob served as a...
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  • Curry County, Oregon

    Snow Camp Lookout

    Overview SNOW CAMP LOOKOUT IS CLOSED UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE.Snow Camp Lookout sits at the peak of Snow Camp Mountain at an elevation of 4,223 feet, offering guests spectacular panoramic views of the surrounding area. The fire lookout is the most recent of three structures built atop Snow Camp Mo...
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  • Brookings, Oregon

    Quail Prairie Lookout

    Overview THIS FACILITY IS CLOSED TO RESERVATIONS UNTIL FURTHER NOTICEQuail Prairie Lookout offers guests a unique lodging experience in the Rogue-Siskiyou National Forest in western Oregon. On a clear day, visitors are treated to spectacular views of the Kalmiopsis Wilderness from the top of the ...
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  • Brookings, Oregon

    Packers Cabin

    Overview Packers Cabin was originally built during the 1930s and served as the headquarters for the Forest Service packer who supplied lookouts and field crews by horse or mule pack trains. Today, visitors no longer need to hitch up a team of mules and trek for days to enjoy staying in the quie...
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  • Grants Pass, Oregon

    Onion Mountain Lookout

    Overview THIS FACILITY IS CLOSED TO RESERVATIONS UNTIL FURTHER NOTICEOnion Mountain lookout sits atop a 12-foot tower at an elevation of 4,438 feet, offering guests expansive mountain views in southwestern Oregon. The original Onion Mountain Lookout was a raised platform, built on top of a tower...
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  • Port Orford, Oregon

    WildSpring Guest Habitat

    Stay in one of only five cozy, elegant cabin suites filled with art and antiques, in a quiet forest of 100-ft trees. Relax in the Guest Hall with a floor-to-ceiling ocean panorama. Help yourself to refreshments at any time (including popcorn and chocolates!) and play a game or work on an old-fas...
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  • Sixes, Oregon

    Edson Creek Group Campground

    Overview Edson Creek Campground features open meadow style camping. It is located near a beautiful meandering creek that flows into the Sixes River. Recreation Camping, fishing, boating, site-seeing, and water play are all popular activities at the campground. A day use area and boat ramp are l...
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  • Josephine County, Oregon

    Bolan Mountain Lookout

    Overview Bolan Mountain Lookout is surrounded by glass windows on all sides, providing visitors with an unparalleled view of the sheer drop-offs sharp cliffs, and breath-taking views of the rugged Siskiyou Mountains.The current structure was built in 1953 to replace an original lookout that once ...
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  • Brookings, Oregon

    Ludlum House

    Overview The Ludlum House is situated at the base of a mixed-conifer forest at the confluence of Wheeler Creek and the Winchuck River in southwestern Oregon, offering guests a unique setting for recreation and relaxation.The house was rebuilt in 1999 as a near-replica of the original two-story Lu...
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  • Cave Junction, Oregon

    Chinquapin Group Campground

    Overview The Chinquapin Group Campground is located at the former site of the Camp Oregon Caves Civilian Conservation Corps (CCC) camp. During the Great Depression from 1933- 1941 the Camp Oregon Caves Civilian Conservation Corps (CCC) camp was home to over 200 men who worked on projects in the S...
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  • Gasquet, California

    Panther Flat Campground

    Overview Panther Flat Campground sits in the vast Six Rivers National Forest in northern California. This shady, secluded campground is just steps from the Smith River, which is famous for its bright blue waters and scenic pathway through the forest.Recreation Popular activities include swimming,...
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