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.
- Pet Friendly,
- Family Friendly,
- Air Conditioning,
TripAdvisor Ratings & Reviews
Back at Morrison’s 8 years later!
Well 8 years later we are back, with our 7 year old joining us this time! And yeah, it's gonna be another long review so might as well have a seat and put your reading glasses on for this one! I guess since we are from Hawaii where it's hot all year long, we didn't think about how cold it would be in the fall and that there wouldn't be the same activities we had done on our first trip here 8 years ago when we were here during late summer. Nevertheless, we had a great time. We stayed in Tuck Away 3 again and this time we stayed for TWO nights! You know what that means too right? TWO NIGHTS OF ORANGE ROLLS!!! I was sooooo looking forward to the orange rolls at dinner. Dinner was inside this time, I guess because it's fall and we would all be freezing eating outside on the deck. It was still a multi course meal where you have to choose your options ahead of time, when making your reservation. They also have a few options for kids so my son got spaghetti one night and a cheeseburger with fries on the 2nd night. He was also still served all the other courses which was a nice surprise! The first night, dinner was: Course 1: Prime rib crostini (sooo good, even my son ate all of his!) Course 2: Orange rolls (y.u.m.) Course 3: Tortilla soup (delicious. The cook even put extra cheese on my son's soup, he absolutely loved it) Course 4: Pork loin and chicken. Both with mashed potatoes and vegetables. My husband had the pork and I had the chicken. I'm not a big mashed potatoes fan but these were yummy! And my sons spaghetti was made with angel hair pasta and altho it was a very large serving, he did a great job on it. Course 5: Cheesecake with blueberries. One of the servers, Rihanna, was just amazing, she brought my son some vanilla ice cream (his favorite) because he was not a cheesecake fan. The second night of dinner was: Course 1: Potstickers with sweet chili sauce. Since I chose the vegetarian entree option, I got vegetarian potstickers which were really yummy! I could taste black beans inside which I love. The regular potstickers had pork, also yummy. Course 2: Orange rolls Course 3: Broccoli cheddar soup Course 4: Eggplant Parmesan and shrimp scampi with linguini. Flank steak was also an option but I chose the vegetarian option tonight which was the eggplant. Course 5: Creme brûlée. My spoiled child was given vanilla ice cream again from Rihanna, she already had it ready for him! Service at dinner both nights was nothing short of amazing. We were lucky to have Rihanna serving both nights we were there, she was quick, attentive, and very kind. Kelly and Christy and the rest of the kitchen staff were awesome too, this would be a nice place to dine even if you weren't staying at the lodge! We had a very nice time here and will definitely be back again. Most likely during a warmer month so we can do some rafting!
We purchased a one night package at a silent auction fundraiser, we booked in October near the end of the season. The room was ok, nothing fancy, which we expected, the dinner was average, w had ordered fish, but before arriving were contacted and told they would not be serving fish, so we ordered steak which was less than average, def not steakhouse quality. Dinner staff was inattentive. Breakfast was horrible. Our credit card was charged for the room, even thoughwe had paid with the certificate we presented, we called and they said they would take the charge off. Worse part was the room's heater was as loud as a NASCAR race car. Every few minutes the heater would go on and we could not sleep Finally we turned it off and bundled up in bed and just froze so we could get a couple hours of sleep. Told the front office in the morning and she said they are aware and the resort has plans to get new heaters. We felt the response was a "tough sh*t" response. We do not recommend. The grounds are very beautiful and has potential.
Excellent scenic fly fishing!
My husband and I stayed for 3 nights at Morrison’s and had 2 days guided fishing. We had the most fabulous fishing experience here. The Rogue River scenery just blew us away! It was truely stunning! Our guide Brandon was absolutely fantastic and a great teacher. We wanted to learned to fly fish (my husband has done it before, I was total beginner) and by the end of our 2 days fishing we felt competent and caught some steelhead! The fishing boats were so comfortable and they provided some great waders and boots, (which helped as it poured with rain relentlessly on our first day!) The lodge itself is in a beautiful, peaceful location. The accommodation is extremely basic, and for us is the one area we think could be updated abit. But the beds were super comfy, and the staff were so helpful! They even upgraded us to a cabin when we had a small booking mix up, and were so happy to help us have the best stay possible! The food- wow! Prepare to feast! The four course meals every night were just delicious - exactly what was needed after a long day fishing! We loved the atmosphere of the cosy restaurant exchanging fishing stories with the other guests in front of the open fire! Again the staff in the bar and restaurant were so friendly too. We will never forget our fly fishing experience on the Rogue. Morrison’s provided a wonderful all round experience at a very reasonable price for such a remote place! Thank you guys!
Exceeded Our Expectations
We received a nights stay at the Morrison Lodge through a fundraiser for the Rouge River. I didn't look into reviews or even the location of the lodge. We booked an extra night and set off from our home in Ashland Oregon. When we arrived, we went into the office to check in, and were greeted by a very upbeat and pleasant woman. We got our key and walked around the grounds a bit until checking out our cabin accommodations. The grounds were really beautiful in a natural way. Right on the river and so peaceful. The cabin was spacious and really clean, with a small kitchen and a BBQ off the porch. If you're going to have dinner at the lodge, you'll need to let them know ahead of time. Everyone is seated and served pretty much at the same time and dinner was very very good. Breakfast was not so good and I don't recommend, as the food, although served in an unheated chafing dish, is room temperature/cold. Overall though, the experience was enjoyable and the staff was great.
Great spot to spend a night before rafting on the Rogue River
We used Morrison's lodge before a trip with a ROW whitewater trip on the Rogue River. Accommodations were comfortable, not plush, but very reasonable for a remote lodge. Dinner was excellent, as was breakfast. Their willingness to hold cars and luggage til our return was greatly appreciated.