Spring is officially here in Grants Pass, OR. The weather is slowly warming up and that means more outdoor fun in the Rogue Valley area!
Enjoy a Little Fishing
Steelhead and Salmon are a big draw in the area and the Rogue River is one of the few places that offer fishing year round! You can also catch trout and catfish in the lower part of the river. For some of the other fishing hotspots, check out travelgrantspass.com.
For licensing info, check out the Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife website.
Appreciate the Art
On April 6th, downtown Grants Pass comes alive with art and music for the First Friday art walk. Stroll through the heart of downtown from 5pm to 9pm. If you happen to miss that, there are plenty of interesting galleries downtown to check out. Here are just a few we recommend starting with.
- Grants Pass Museum of Art – 229 SW G. Street
- The Glass Forge – 501 SW G Street
- Gallery One – 229B SW G Street.
Take in a Concert or Show
Be sure to check out the line up at the Rouge Theatre.
Here are a couple other noteworthy shows coming up:
- April 12th – Paul McDermand. – Get More Info >
- Friday Nights at Schmidt Family Vineyards – Get More Info >
- April 20 @ 7:30 pm – Rogue Valley Rough Stock Rodeo (Josephine County Fairgrounds) – Get More Info >
- April 28, 10am – 3pm – Homeless 2 Hopeful Superhero Run (Valley of the Rogue State Park) – Get More Info >
Wildlife in the Area
Learn about the local wildlife and book a tour with Wildlife Images. Even better, there’s a Wildlife Images bus stop right in front of the Redwood Hyperion!
Book your stay with us and relax under the redwoods.