Recreation in Grants Pass Oregon

The Rogue River Recreational Corridor and Greenway

Often described as “an emerald necklace of parks, public areas, and water trails,” upper-roguethis scenic corridor begins in Grants Pass and runs along the Rogue River to eventually link up to the Bear Creek Greenway in Ashland. The many parks and public access areas along the corridor provide beautiful and scenic areas to fish, bird watch, picnic, boat, bike ride, and hike.

Other Recreation Grants Pass Oregon Area

Grants Pass is known for its mild and temperate climate, so golf is available throughout the year at some of the finest golf courses in the Northwest. Grants Pass Golf ClubThere are five public golf courses to choose from, and one course has its own driving range.

Extensive hiking and biking trails for all skill levels run through the breath-taking beauty of the area and along rivers and lakes.

The city also offers two swimming pools, two bowling alleys, nine tennis courts, six racquetball courts, 14 gymnasiums, and a sportsman’s club with rifle range.

seven-feathersLess than 50 minutes away, Seven Feathers Casino Resort features the excitement of its 1000-plus slot machines and many table games. The River Rock Spa, fine restaurants, shows in the Cabaret Lounge, and monthly headliner entertainment make this a must-visit destination.

Small town atmosphere with plenty to occupy your spare time, Grants Pass is a great place to retire.

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