Southern Oregon’s rich history spans millennia, influenced by everyone from Indigenous people to prospectors, farmers and ranchers, and more who have made their mark on the region. Visitors can delve into the past at museums and historic sites that tell their stories. Here are a few of our favorites.
Siskiyou Field Institute
Siskiyou Field Institute’s beautiful campus offers indoor and outdoor lodging options year round. No pets are allowed on-site for the protection of wildlife and other guests.
- Two large yurts with bunks and mattresses
- An indoor classroom with access to internet and projector equipment
- Covered pavilion with picnic tables
- Open area camping with communal fire pit and shared access to bathhouse and pavilion picnic area
- Large bathhouse with flush toilets and multiple private shower stalls
- Hostel style private rooms with shared common areas that include a fully equipped kitchen, great room, and terrace
Siskiyou Field Institute is a one of a kind field station that provides environmental education programs for adults and kids, conducts and hosts research, and works to conserve vulnerable habitats, all in the Klamath-Siskiyous Bioregion. From adult courses on dragonflies of the region, to youth backpacking trips, to research on prairie grasses, Siskiyou Field Institute provides the Illinois Valley with a unique opportunity to connect to and understand the the wonders of their home region.
- Mountain or Water View
- Family Friendly
- Internet Access
- Air Conditioning
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