The Best Hotels to Book Near Riverside Park, Grants Pass

The Lodge at Riverside sits on the banks of the Rogue River in Grants Pass
The Lodge at Riverside sits on the banks of the Rogue River in Grants Pass | Courtesy of The Lodge at Riverside / Expedia
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20 October 2021
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In Grants Pass, Oregon, go hiking through deep forests and have family-friendly fun at Riverside Park. Sitting on the banks of the Rogue River, the town also has excellent whitewater rafting. Here’s our pick of hotels, bookable via Culture Trip, that’ll put you close to the action.

The Lodge at Riverside

The Lodge at Riverside
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The jury is out on whether the views from the patio or balcony of your light-filled room are best at this cabin-style lodge on the banks of the Rogue River, but you’re bound to spend hours savoring them. Imagine a long soak in your bathtub, slathered in sustainable potions, naturally, before getting warm and cozy in a fluffy bathrobe. Nightly deliveries of cookies and milk are the perfect snack for a low-key evening.

Riverside Inn

Riverside Inn
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If you expected a bare-bones motel at the end of the Caveman Bridge, then Riverside Inn has a treat for you. Follow the smell of freshly popped popcorn to the river-view rooms with rustic stone fireplaces. The pool is open seasonally, but you’re welcome to raid the hotel shop for wine and beer year-round. You won’t tire of the Rogue River views, though you might get the urge to head out on the water. Thankfully, Hellgate Jetboat Excursions is right next door.

Weasku Inn

Weasku Inn
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If it’s good enough for Walt Disney, then it’s safe to say this 1920s wooden lodge will be romantic enough for you and your loved one. Turn up the heat in the intimacy department with a stay in one of the jacuzzi suites, where you’ll both be wooed by a gas fireplace, a cozy jacuzzi and a welcome gift of local chocolates and cider waiting on your bed. Don’t forget to display the Do Not Disturb sign on your door.

Hampton Inn and Suites Grants Pass

Hampton Inn and Suites Grants Pass
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Fuss-free rooms with pops of color keep things nice and relaxing after a day of hiking the wildflower-adorned Dollar Mountain Trailhead, a six-minute drive from here. When you return, hiking boots in hand, the friendly staff will gladly point you to the indoor heated pool. Get up early before breakfast to grab a photo with the 17ft (5m) Caveman statue, a four-minute stroll away on the next block.

Best Western Inn at the Rogue

Best Western Inn At The Rogue
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There’s no “wrong” side of the Rogue River, but the Best Western side is mighty calm and temptingly close to the twin joys of a taqueria and the leafy Palmerton Park. Enjoy the big-sky view as you count morning laps in the seasonal outdoor pool or bubble in the year-round hot tub after a good night’s sleep in your coffee-hued room. Hungry? You’re a minute’s drive from Abby’s Legendary Pizza – a must for any pie-loving fan visiting Oregon state.

Red Lion Inn and Suites Grants Pass

Red Lion Inn and Suites Grants Pass
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Have a pup that’s just begging to spend all day outdoors? The Red Lion Inn and Suites will gladly host the two of you all night. Its pet-friendly all-white suites have plenty of space for you both, although the outdoor pool is reserved for doggie-paddling humans only. Similarly, the complimentary passes to Club Northwest fitness center are intended for guests with two legs, but if you follow the Tokay Canal two blocks west, you’ll reach the dog-friendly Gilbert Creek Park.

La Quinta Inn and Suites by Wyndham Grants Pass

La Quinta Inn and Suites by Wyndham Grants Pass
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Pick out the mountain you want to hike up from your suite’s window at this stone-clad stopover with an indoor pool. Wooden bedframes suit the rural setting, as do the water-related paraphernalia, such as oars, above them. For an exciting outing, book a rafting trip with Oars Rogue River Rafting, 6mi (10km) away, or for further flexing of those calves, Crater Lake National Park is a two-hour drive from the hotel.

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