75 Resorts/Retreats near Langlois, OR

Myrtle Point, OR  
Capacity: 250
A seasonal facility ideal for youth and family camps, day camps, reunions, retreats and corporate meeting locations. Camp Remote is nestled high in southern Oregon's Coastal mountain range. This beautiful 120 acre wooded campground and retreat center is located 35 minutes from Myrtle Point and an h
A Wedding at Morrison’s Rogue River Lodge nestled in a serenely beautiful bend on the Rogue River is a great choice for couples who want a wedding destination spot. Our truly spectacular setting includes a river front lawn surrounded by tall pines, a pristine view of the river and a myriad of wi
Grants Pass, OR  
Capacity: 250
Weddings, Reunions, Corporate Events, Retreats. 2 Lodges & event Areas on 50 acres in Mountain Mist Valley in Grants Pass. 25 to 150 guests, RV parking *Overnight stay required to use event space*
Grants Pass, OR  
Capacity: 80
Grants Pass, OR  
Capacity: 20
On the banks of the famous Rogue River, the Weasku Inn features modern river cabins and historic lodge rooms.
Florence, OR  
Capacity: 35
Gold Hill, OR  
Capacity: 400
$2,100 per event
The Tea Pot On Wheels is an event venue located on the Rogue River in Southern Oregon. We offer park like grounds for weddings. A large bridal suite with 2 large bathrooms. We offer 2 dining rooms perfect for, bridal tea parties, baby showers or any other gathering. Our large dining room has river
Trail, OR  
Capacity: 200
The Rogue River Lodge…located in the Upper Rogue, a unique and pristine location nestled along the Rogue River. Just 30 minutes from Medford, on Highway 62, just 52 miles from Crater Lake National Park. This riverside venue is open for booking your exclusive rental from June through October. We
Idleyld Park, OR  
Country Inn housed in buildings dating from 1954.
Happy Camp, CA  
Capacity: 400
Legendary riverfront fly fishing lodge featuring the Herbert Hoover Presidential Suite - established 1949.
Junction City, OR  
Capacity: 150
Ashland, OR  
Capacity: 200
The original Ashland Springs Hotel was built in 1925 and was once the tallest building between San Francisco and Portland. Reopened after a complete renovation project in December 2000. Calming colors of apricot, melon and pear evoke an era of relaxed comfort and elegance in the seventy tastefully f