ADD TO LISTGrants Pass attracts only a small number of travelers, who mostly stop for a short visit to see the Rouge River. Travelers visiting the area might want to check out some more popular nearby destinations such as Ashland and Eugene. If you do travel to Grants Pass, please add your favorite spots in this Grants Pass travel guide.
Travel Tips from people who've been to Grants Pass
If you are here you may have some trouble finding a Starbucks... which is just fine, as you will have no problem whatsoever locating a Dutch Bros. Coffee stand, the finest homegrown espresso in the Northwest. In fact, if you are passing through on I-5, it is well worth your time to visit Grants Pass just for the delicious coffee. Grants Pass is full of friendly ppl. Downtown has several charming restaurants and bookstores. There are also an array of box stores and chain restaurants for the less adventurous, or the travel-weary.
Swimming, there are lots of great places to cool down
Has one of the best beagle shops called "sun side beagle"
During the summer bring, lots of shorts and tanks, it gets hot!
Great Small town
Check out Tee-time coffee shop it has an awesome Eggs benedict Arnold and the coffee is good. Make sure To tip the waitress phat because odds are she needs (people in grants pass always need more money lol)
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