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The McGuire/Marsh family purchased the Green Springs Inn in 1994, making the big trip north and away from the hustle and bustle of city life. Together, we ran the Inn for 10 years. Pam Marsh oversaw the grilling with GSI founder Barbara McHugh, while the Diarmuid McGuire and his four kids took turns on the [...]
For availability and reservations by phone, call 541-482-0614. Check-in and check-out: Check-in normally begins at 3:00 PM. Our check-out time is 11:00 AM. Please contact us if you wish to arrange an early check-in or late check-out. Deposits: You can guarantee your reservation by providing a credit card number as part of the on-line registration [...]
Green Springs Cabins is dog friendly. We do not charge extra for animal companions. We ask guests not to bring more than two dogs and to avoid situations that might cause damage or housekeeping problems. For example, avoid leaving a dog unattended and unconfined in a room or cabin. Do not allow dogs beds or [...]
Green Springs Inn is on State Highway 66 about 17 miles east of Ashland, Oregon, and 45 miles west of Klamath Falls. From Ashland- Take Exit 14 from Interstate 5. Travel east on Hwy 66 toward Klamath Falls, past Emigrant Lake. Stay on the paved road, which climbs from about milepost 9 to milepost 15. [...]
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With a treetop bedroom and jetted tub on a private deck high above Keene Creek, our two-level Boccard Point cabin is a perfect hideaway for a couple. A footbridge connects the bedroom level to a parking space. Downstairs is a cozy living area with a sunroom/screened dining deck overlooking the canyon. This cabin has a [...]
Howlin’ Acres guides trail rides are offered all year round, just down the road at Box R Ranch. Hay rides and sleigh rides also available according to the season. Riding lessons offered by appointment. Call Joe Johnson at 541.944.9528 or Tia Hendrikz at 541.326.9046
Eric Kresh described his Green Springs Inn cabin experience in the Ashland Daily Tidings.
Whoa, that was fun! Siskiyou Summit was superb. Jeff Golden raised some bucks and heard our plea for broadband Internet. If you missed our Bluegrass Benefit, stay tuned. If great music, good food and grass roots politics can change the world, we are going to keep on doing it.