Powers is the gateway town to the Rogue River-Siskiyou National Forest.  It is nestled in a scenic valley surrounded by steep, forested coastal mountains.  Powers is a great place to camp and enjoy the outdoors.  

This Pacific Northwest logging town was named after an early 20th century lumberman, Albert H. Powers.  Albert brought in men and the railroad to log the surrounding forest.  Many town folk are native to the area and have lots of tales-to-tell of the great old days when Powers was bustling with loggers and gold miners.  We invite you to enjoy the beauty in our area. 


C+ Ranch

This little piece of heaven is located East of the Powers County Park. Vickie and Jake invite you to wander over and enjoy the view or take a walk along the river.  Their garage serves as a Wildlife Trophy Room, which is incredible.  They have a grass volleyball court available if you want to have a little fun playing volleyball.


Pioneer House

The Wagner House was built in 1872‐1873 and used as a private home until the late

1960’s. Weekend hours vary.


Railroad Museum: Former Coos Bay Lumber Company railroad depot until the 1960’s that houses

historic photos and artifacts.


Pepper’s Antique Engine Museum

Hundreds of antique gas and diesel engines, gas pumps, and saws – many used in Powers during the “Glory Days of Logging”.  By appointment only. Email us at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. 


Alder Mill Tour

The Alder Mill is located in Broadbent.  You passed it on your way into Powers.  If you are interested in a Sunday Morning Tour, contact Donna by phone 541-439-2418 or in person and we can make arrangement with Jim.


The Apple Orchard

A beautiful park located 3 miles south of town on the South Fork of the Coquille River.  Generations of Powers young people have grown up swimming in the river at the Orchard.





Visit Old Agness and old Agness Store. Directions: from Powers Market downtown follow the highway south 23 miles to the summit of Agness Pass, the asphalt ends at this point; continue straight on Forest Road 33, now gravel, for 11 miles where you will rejoin asphalt; in .6 miles turn right on asphalt and continue to the end of the asphalt. The Old Agnes Store/Cafe and Heidelberg Tree are on your right.  

If you continue on 33 you will come to Cougar Lane Campground, with camping facilities, a motel, a store and gas station, as well as the Cougar Lane Restaurant (awesome menu and their noteworthy barbeque).


Bald Knob Lookout

Looking for an awesome outdoor experience, check out Balk Knob Lookout.  At the lookout, you are sure to enjoy a spectacular view overlooking Eden Valley, the Rogue River, and the forests beyond.  This 16x16’ flat top cabin sits atop a 20-foot tower.  It is equipped with a propane stove, heater, refrigerator, and lights.  There is also a small table with chairs, a single bed, and futon.  For reservations call 877-444-6777 or visit www.recreation.gov.  This unique lookout books up fast so reservation must be made well in advance of your visit.


No Tour de Fronds T-Shirt

Tour de Fronds t-shirts will not be available in 2023.

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