Morrison's Rogue River Lodge is Southern Oregon's premier rafting & fishing resort located on the scenic Rogue River. The beautiful setting also makes it a great location for retreats and weddings. Originally built as a fishing lodge in 1946, Morrison's Lodge offers some of the finest Steelhead fishing in the Pacific Northwest. Combine fine dining and spectacular scenery to make Morrison's your destination resort of choice in the Rogue River Valley.
- Non-Smoking| Family Friendly| Fireplace| Air Conditioning| Swimming| Pet Friendly,
TripAdvisor Ratings & Reviews
Perfect mountain getaway
I stayed here for one night prior to a rafting trip and it exceeded my expectations. I thought it would be more rustic but this was more refined than I anticipated. I stayed in a lodge room which was definitely big enough for a family of four. It was nicely finished and very, very clean (I consider myself quick to notice that kind of thing). Honestly, it was cleaner than most 4 star, brand-name hotels! The food was great and the staff easily answered all my questions. My only regret is that I didn’t get to stay longer. However, I will definitely be staying here when I return for my next rafting trip.
Great time, Great staff
Stayed here the night before our rafting trip. The staff working there is awesome. Very nice and helpful and will doing just about anything you ask. Had breakfast in the morning before departure and it was awesome. Great place. You wont be disappointed and if you are it is your fault
Top drawer accommodations and dining by the river wild
The room was delightful--fridge, microwave, tv, nice bath, good mattress, even a recliner and a wood stove so we knew it was for at least three seasons. Only drawback was lighting by the bed was limited to one side so no nighttime reading for both of us. The dinner was terrific and especially the orange zest muffins. We arrived via raft and found the walk up to the lodge from the river to be an easy one.
A wonderful launching spot for a rogue river adventure
We stayed at Morrisons the night before a river trip. The staff were friendly, engaging, helpful and fun. We had a wonderful dinner of fresh halibut on the deck. The cabin was fine, nothing fancy, but clean and comfortable and very nice for its remote location.
Great staff here
At over $200.00 per night during the summer season, you expect great service. But this experience was sublimely over the top. We had the $40.00 per person alfresco dinner, salmon or prime rib. The wine prices were fair. We have previously stayed in the lodge itself, but this time stayed in the 'tuck-away' Tiny house cabins. Full amenities including wi-fi, tv etc plus a full kitchen and bath. The grounds were very well maintained. I believe they close down during the winter. We also took a half day raft trip with Torrin who was great and knew the river very well. Recommended, if you can afford it.