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WildSpring is perfectly located to explore all that the southern Oregon coast offers - just look through the bullet-points below on the right.

You can also enjoy a few onsite and local options...as well as hanging out and napping in one of our hammocks among our forest of 100-ft trees (and if you're quiet enough, the squirrels might forget you're there and play around you...).

Recreation
Use the hiking guide in each cabin to explore the area. Check out our guest bikes (though we do not have helmets). They're free, but we only have a couple so please give us 24 hour notice.

If you want to enjoy any of the sport activities on the right, we can help with some of the arrangements... though most will need you to contact them directly to discuss your options, timing, etc.

Tai Chi
Upon request, we can conduct a short Tai Chi session in the morning. Depending on the weather, it would be ithe Guest Hall or on the deck overlooking the ocean and would typically be around 9am, right after breakfast is set up.

Yoga
If you are interested in yoga, a local teacher offers yoga instruction for all levels and ages in her facility about 2 miles north of us. Private lessons are $45hr/person. Add $15 for additional people. Group rates are available for five people or more. (If you are taking the property with a group, you can arrange for a session in the Guest Hall; and if you are in Annwyn, there is enough room for yoga, but not, unfortunately, in the other cabins). Website 512.629.1170.

For the soul
There is a 7-circuit walking labyrinth in a grove of swaying, 100 ft trees, with benches to meditate before your journey or to contemplate insights that came during your walk. And in Mary's Grove, a haunting Carerra marble statue, Mary of the Open Heart and Mind, a beautiful place to rest and contemplate.


A guest enjoys plein-air painting overlooking the Port




Day trips
Hiking
Guided Hikes
Wineries & wine tasting
Fishing
Whale watching
Horseback riding
Golf
Birding
Jet boats & rafting on the Rogue
Kayaking, windsurfing
& kiteboarding



And click here for some cool things to do while visiting.



WildSpring has partnered with Bonneville Environmental Foundation to offset our carbon emissions for a zero carbon footprint, and to support programs helping other organizations do the same.



WildSpring is an eco-friendly, environmentally sensitive facility
and we invite our guests to honor and protect
this lovely land with us.

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