We are hearing from groups who are looking for lodging in the Illahe/Agness area of the Rogue River this spring, summer, and fall. We do have availability this spring and
We have been busy with our winter projects and updates for Illahe Lodge, when nature has allowed it. (We’ve had two snow storms this month and the forecast calls for
The last commercial canyon float trip of 2017 stayed at Illahe Lodge on November 3, 2017. It has been a good season thanks to the outfitters, guides, and guests who
We have received the equivalent of 87 inches of rain at Illahe Lodge since New Year’s Eve.
As part of our normal maintenance at Illahe Lodge, we purchased eight new Sealy Posturepedic cushion firm beds for Illahe Lodge earlier this month. The beds arrived about a week
One of the changes for 2017 is the addition of a weather station at Illahe Lodge so we are able to track the amount of rain, high and low temperatures,
We have planted three corn patches at Illahe Lodge now. As soon as the most recent planting reaches about six inches tall, we will plant another one. This approach enables
We have continued the expansion of our fruit orchards that began last year with about 20 fig trees, eight apple trees, and three crabapple trees. This week, we planted eight
After a busy fall, we’ve seen the Rogue come up several times, including once where – in our area – it was higher this year than it got during 2015.
We’ve spent much of the last 10 days working on my father’s Rogue River Long Boat. He designed and built the boat himself in the 1970s. This style of boat