The Rogue River

Outdoor recreation

Illahe Lodge

Meals and lodging

From fishing and rafting to hiking and running or gold panning and wildlife viewing, Oregon's  Rogue River is known for its outdoor recreation as well as its natural beauty!  

Meals are served family-style.  They feature home cooking using produce from our garden when available.  Coffee, tea, milk, and ice water are included with all meals.  Guests are welcome to bring soft drinks, wine, and other beverages.  Dessert is included at lunch and dinner.

Illahe Lodge is a fourth generation family business that was built by E.J. and Florence Schneider in 1942.  In addition to being our business, it is also our home.

Illahe lodge

Providing Meals and Lodging on Oregon's Rogue River since 1942

Phone 541-247-6111       Address:  37709 Agness-Illahe Road, Agness, OR 97406

Guest rooms are located in two buildings.  The Main Lodge has a wood interior and wood floors.  The Annex has painted rooms and carpeting.

At Illahe Lodge, we have lived much of the history and are able to share our experiences  and observations with our guests.   

The Rogue River was home to the last Indian War in the continental United States, was home to fur trappers and 49ers, was a place where generals went when they needed to get away. 

 

The Rogue River is one of the eight rivers identified for protection in the National Wild and Scenic Rivers Act of 1968.  The first draft of the law was written at Illahe Lodge. 

At Illahe Lodge, guests enjoy end-of-the-road seclusion and wireline telephone service, and public power.

We encourage guests to leave the technology behind and to relax while they are on the Rogue.  That said, guests wishing to do so are welcome to use our satellite internet, and television, if desired.   

Think of Illahe Lodge as being like a bed and breakfast that serves lunch and dinner too.

Special diets or food preferences? Please let us know when making your reservation. We are able to accommodate vegan, vegetarian, and wheat-free diets with advanced notice.

Each guest room has two beds (most are twin beds) and its own bathroom. Most of the guest rooms are located upstairs. We have one guest room located downstairs in the Main Lodge.

Guests share the living room, porches, dining room, and lawns.