Wolf Creek Hotel OR

This historic hotel in southern Oregon was built in 1883, catering to stagecoach travelers en route between San Francisco and Portland. Over the years it has sheltered numerous Hollywood and literary figures, including Mary Pickford, Clark Gable, Robert Redford, and Jack London. Now part of a state park, the Wolf Creek Inn is the oldest operating hotel in Oregon.

Quick Facts

Go Historic ID
250405
Names
Wolf Creek Hotel
Wolf Creek Inn
Wolf Creek Inn State Historic Site official
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Timeline

1883
Construction of the Wolf Creek Inn
22 Sep 1972
Wolf Creek Inn added to National Register of Historic Places
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National Register Data

Wolf Creek Hotel has been listed on the National Register of Historic Places with the following information. Note: some of this data may have become outdated since the listing date. View full NRHP data →

National Register ID
72001081
Date Listed
19720922
Name
Wolf Creek Tavern
Other Names
Wolf Creek Hotel
Address
West side, Old Pacific Highway, OR 99, About .5 mi N of US 5
City/Town
Wolf Creek
County
Josephine
State
Oregon
Category
building
Creators
McIntosh, Henry; Vaughn, Lewis
Level of Significance
national
Years of Significance
1883; 1925
Areas of Significance
ARCHITECTURE; EXPLORATION/SETTLEMENT; TRANSPORTATION