Tours/Events

Drop by the Inn on Saturdays throughout the summer for fun read-alouds with exciting titles related to the Inn’s history.  We’ll read our way through stagecoaches, cowboys, and much more!  A fun craft after the story is planned.  All ages welcome; parents required to stay.

Discover secrets and fun facts about Wolf Creek Inn this summer!  Each program in the series reveals a part of the Inn's history through fun hands-on learning activities.  These classes are for ages 6-12; parents are welcome to stay but not required.  There is no fee for the classes.  Each class requires a separate registration, see options below.

Weather or Not! (June) For past Inn owner, John…

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Make plans to visit Wolf Creek Inn on the last Friday of each month this summer from 7-9PM for free outdoor concerts on the lawn.  Remember to bring a lawn chair!

  • June 30:  John Galfano; Classic Rock.  Galfano’s guitar playing ability is mesmerizing.  Enjoy a beautiful summer evening with this talented guitarist.
  • July 28:  Blades of Grass; Bluegrass & Folk.  This duo features Jef Ramsey on…

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Take a guided tour of the historical building where Oregon pioneers rested, Clark Gable frequented and Jack London authored a book.

Place: Wolf Creek Inn

Time: 11am

Event: Guided Tour

Ages: all

Duration: 45 minutes

Tour length: 2 hours/3 miles.  The times listed below include check-in, instruction, and check out.
Minimum age: 12 years old and above for single kayaks.  6 years old and above accompanied by an adult at least 18 years old for tandem kayaks.

Paddle along Estacada Lake on the Clackamas River and explore the logging history and rich wildlife of the area.  Bring your own snacks, drinking water, hat, footwear that…

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Tour length: appx. 2 hours; up to 3 hours. The hours listed include check-in, instruction, and check out.

Minimum age:  Children 6-11 may ride with an adult in a tandem kayak, 12- 17 may ride in a single/all children must be accompanied by an adult.

Location:  Upper Deschutes Day-Use at the boat launch

Description: The 800-foot basalt cliffs rimming the Deschutes River arm of Lake Billy Chinook create…

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Tour length:  Approx. 2 hours.

Minimum age:  Tour is not recommended for children under 6 years old.

Description:  The Fort Rock Basin has served as a vital part of the Native American lifestyle. Fort Rock Cave is near Fort Rock State Natural Area and is the site of an archaeological discovery of several 9,000 to 11,000-year-old sagebrush bark sandals. This property serves as a reminder of the rich…

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Are you part of the W.O.L.F. (Wolf Creek Oregon Loves Families) Pack?  Join us for drop-in family fun events throughout the summer.  Come anytime on the following dates from 12-3 to enjoy all the fun!  Each of the events will have a scavenger hunt (with prizes!) and activities the whole family will enjoy.

Then & Now (June) From telegraphs to texts, things are a lot different than…

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What do you think the walls of Wolf Creek Inn would say if they could talk?  With over 130 years of history behind them, they’d probably say a lot!  Come learn some of these unique stories in this summer lecture series for adults.  There is no fee for the lectures; each one requires a separate registration.

Planting A Seed in History (June) W. G. Smith, a former owner of the…

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The free workshop will give you information, examples, working tools, new contacts and networking opportunities to strengthen your own attraction as a draw and build collaborations that create uniquely satisfying visitor experiences.

Date: June 7
Time: 8:30-12:30

Location:
Ontario
Four Rivers Cultural Center
676 SW 5th Avenue

The free workshop will give you information, examples, working tools, new contacts and networking opportunities to strengthen your own attraction as a draw and build collaborations that create uniquely satisfying visitor experiences.

Date: June 15
Time: 8:30-12:30

Location:
Roseburg
Jasmine’s Catering and Events Center
809 SE Main Street

Join us for a thrilling bicycle ride through the Ponderosa pine forest on one of LaPine State Park's most scenic trails.  Led by Cog Wild Bike Tours expert guides, you will spend two hours learning the ropes of a skilled mountain biker through a safety gear review, sharing of riding techniques and drills and participating in an easy ride.  You can bring your own bike, or the park has bikes to…

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