About Zane Grey’s cabin
Grey first fell in love with the Rogue River after floating down its rapids on a fishing trip in the early 1900s. In a desire to return to the river and its wilderness, he bought the Winkle Bar mining claim in 1926, where he built the cabin that still stands here today. Already well established as an American West writer, Grey was caught up in the city life of Hollywood, and treasured his remote cabin as a wilderness escape. He even wrote The Rogue River Feud in inspiration of the area. The cabin was officially added to the national register of historic places in 2016 and provides visitors a portal to the Valley’s past.