How has this inn rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Fitness/Health center
Photos of Wildlife Inn
Travelers also recommend:
TripAdvisor Reviews Wildlife Inn Winston
Travel Blogs from Winston
... the day was to continue down US-101S for about 100 miles, to Coos Bay, and then turn east to Roseburg to be ready for Crater Lake National park tomorrow. We made one last stop in Newport for a cup of Starbucks, and headed down the first 50 mile leg to Florence. It turns out there must be a hundred "waysides" between Newport and Florence, as there are many towns and individual beaches in between. We stopped at some of the more interesting, and ...
... Buffalo, Deer and other animals to touch them, although no one wanted to do so.
The park is divided into four parts. Starting at the Village, We drove through the African section first, then the Americas section and finally the Asian section. Located in a valley in the mountain region south of Roseburg, the park is amazingly beautiful.
In the African section, we started by seeing a hear of Watusi Cattle. ...
... br> When we arrived at the campground, we discovered we were the only two campers there for this time of year. We picked adjoining sites and were quickly set up and enjoying the mountain solitude and the bird serenade from the surrounding trees.
We stayed at the camp site for dinner and enjoyed BBQ Ribs and salad for dinner. A fun game of dominos followed to round out the evening. ...
Visited Marathon RV company and had a private tour of the facilities. They make RV conversions for Prevost buses, and are very very high end--2 million ++. It was very interesting but we did not place an order as yet!! Camped on beautiful Umpqua River and I mean on ...
Another purpose of this journey is to help my nephew, Zeph, get water to his mountain home from the spring just up the side of a hill. Now he trucks container loads of water to a tank up above his house every few weeks. Zeph lives on about 10 acres of trees on a hillside just off Highway 5. I love the name, Wolf Creek. It brings back an impression of days long ago when wild wolves roamed the canyons ...