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 Grants Pass, Oregon

Grants Pass is located in the Rogue Valley. U.S. Route 199 passes through the city, and joins Interstate 5. Attractions include the Rogue River, famous for its rafting, and the nearby Oregon Caves National Monument located 30 miles south of the city. True to its motto, “It’s the climate!”, Grants Pass has a Zone 7 climate with hot, long summers and mild but pronounced winters with sharply defined seasons without severe winter cold or humidity.

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Mormon Population

Mormons make up 5.01% of the population in Grants Pass. There are 149,089 members in 36 stakes, 253 wards, 50 branches, 3 missions, and 2 temples in Oregon.

LDS History

A chapel was built in Portland in 1929, ready for an open house on February 15-17, 1929. The building carried the architectural scheme of an old English manor, being constructed of dense lava stone and bricks of the clinker type, and is declared particularly suited to western Oregon climate and surroundings. It included a maternity room and a basement with 14 classrooms. The architect was C. R. Kaufman, and construction had begun on August 1, 1928.

Family Friendliness

Grants Pass is where Pacific Northwest adventures begin! On the banks of Oregon’s legendary Rogue River, Grants Pass is among the greatest places in the American West for whitewater thrills, forest trails, fly fishing, friendly faces, and a dynamic local arts and entertainment scene.

Medford Oregon Temple

30 miles SW of Grants Pass


Grants Pass has a population of 34,533. The population density was 3,176.9 inhabitants per square mile. Historically the city’s economy has been based on timber from federal owned land. However, in recent years logging has been heavily reduced. As a result,tourism is now a very visible part of the city.


The July high is around 90 degrees and the January low is 33. Grants Pass, OR, gets 31 inches of rain per year. Snowfall is 4 inches. The number of days with any measurable precipitation is 113. On average, there are 196 sunny days per year in Grants Pass, OR.

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