If you're traveling on I-5, make sure to take the Wolf Creek Exit and visit this historic town. Located on the original Oregon-to-California stagecoach road, this small community is home of the Wolf Creek Inn. Opened in the 1880's, the inn is one of Oregon's oldest hostelries.
See and Do
Wolf Creek Inn State Heritage Site
Wolf Creek Tavern is listed in the National Register of Historic Places. Wolf Creek Inn is the oldest continuously operated hotel in the Pacific Northwest. It is here that Jack London completed his novel Valley of the Moon. As an important stop on the 16-day stagecoach journey from San Francisco to Portland, the Inn has housed practically every important person found in the Northwest during the early history of Oregon.
Wolf Creek Park
Off I-5, Exit 76. This park in the charming town of Wolf Creek is located at the end of Main Street. Open April 1 to September 30.