1. Rogue Valley Creamery Step inside the unassuming cinderblock creamery to discover an assortment of some of the best hand-milled cheddar cheese in the world. There are delicacies to delight every palette. The Rogue Creamery, home of Rogue River Blue, the finest blue cheese in the world. This drive starts in Central Point heading north off of Exit 33. Go over the freeway. Turn right on Pine St. Turn Right on North Front St. Creamery is located half a block up on your left

2. House of Mystery/Oregon Vortex Back on I-5 heading north discover The Oregon Vortex. It's a glimpse of a strange world where the improbable is the commonplace and everyday physical facts are reversed. It is an area of naturally occurring visual and perceptual phenomena, which can be captured on film. No matter your education or profession you will find a challenge to all your accepted theories. Exit 40 off of I-5. Turn left at Highway 99. Follow Highway 99, 2 miles through Gold Hill. Turn right at the large billboard onto Sardine Creek Road. Follow Sardine Creek Road for 3 miles and continue left at the fork, following the creek. Follow Sardine Creek Left Fork Road 1.3 miles to The Oregon Vortex.

3. Del Rio Vineyards looks over Southern Oregon's Rogue River between the Cascade and Siskiyou mountain ranges. Our soil, rolling hills, alluvial fans and southern exposure comprise a foundation for great wine making. A visit to Del Rio will be one of many memorable stops while in the Rogue Valley. Take Interstate 5 North to Exit 43. Turn Right off freeway ramp and then right onto Highway 99. Continue across bridge over Rogue River. Turn Left on North River Road. Take the first right into Del Rio Vineyards.

4. Valley of the Rogue State Park is a pleasant green oasis ikn in Southern Oregon's Rogue Valley. Valley of the Rogue Park has both a day-use picnic area and an overnight campground along three miles of shoreline on the Rogue River Oregon. Exit 45 B and follow the signs. This park also offers free Internet wireless access.

5. Historic Downtown Grants Pass "Where the Rogue River Runs". An historic downtown district offers an array of antique, craft and specialty shops as well as museums and art galleries. One of Oregon's largest growers and crafters markets is in full-swing twice weekly from early spring into the fall. Annual celebrations such as Boatnik, Art Along the Rogue and the Magical Musical Christmas Murals. Exit 58. Turn left on to 6th St/Highway 199. 6th Street will lead you right in to the heart of downtown.

6. Rogue Valley Fudge will make your day a little sweeter. Their handmade fudge is made with real cream and butter which ensures the creamiest and richest fudge on the market. Just one bite of their melt-in-your-mouth regular or sugar free fudge and you will taste the flavor, the freshness and the quality that we're so proud to serve! Rogue Valley Fudge is located in the heart of downtown Grants Pass on 6th Street. Their address is 229 SE 6th St. 7th Street will take you back to Interstate 5.

7. Wolf Creek Inn/Wolf Creek Today, the Wolf Creek Inn has nine guest rooms that offer charming overnight accommodations. The Wolf Creek Inn Restaurant offers a diverse menu, which makes the most of fresh Oregon ingredients and offers daily specials, seafood, home-baked bread and delectable desserts. Many famous folks visited the inn, including President Hayes, Jack London, Clark Gable, Carole Lombard, Fredric March and Patrick Stewart, to name just a few. Just 3 miles out of Wolf Creek is the town of Golden, an Historic District listed on the National Register of Historic Places (July 2002). Exit 76 and follow the signs.

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