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Courier Cam Downtown

The Courier Cam downtown is located at the corner of 6th and G streets on the Wing Building in beautiful downtown Grants Pass. From time to time, we’ll change the direction the camera is pointing.

The Daily Courier’s five cameras are the largest network of webcams in Josephine County and all of Southern Oregon with live streaming video and this one allows users to check out what’s going on downtown from home or right at your desk at work.

A partnership with high-speed Internet provider Hunter Communications has made it possible to support the massive bandwidth requirements for the Daily Courier’s five cameras.

Checkout our other web cams
River camera Bridge camera Critter camera 1 Critter camera 2

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The following comments are from the readers of In no way do they represent the views of The Daily Courier or Comments will not be posted immediately, but will be approved and post periodically throughout the day. Thank you for your participation.

Pat 11/27/2014 4:40:39 am
Happy Thanksgiving from beautiful downtown Grants Pass! Love the beauty in this city.

MikeF 11/22/2014 9:53:49 am
How much longer till the nutcrackers come out?

Gerald E. Parcel sr. 11/11/2014 2:44:53 pm
Hope all my GREAT friends in Beautiful down town Grants Pass , Ore. are having a GREAT DAY.Your old friend "The GRATEFUL ONE"

gary 11/6/2014 9:16:21 am
thank you for this cam , i use it as a real time weather report before driving my motorcycle to town.

mike 11/5/2014 7:59:11 pm
that's cool just live down the street

Sally 11/5/2014 8:21:52 am
Thank you Grants Pass Daily Courier for the downtown web cam.

TomD 10/25/2014 9:24:33 am
Nice rainbow this morning in the background behind Dutch Bros.

Web director 10/20/2014 1:58:39 pm
After a good scrub-down the webcam is good as new.

Web director 10/20/2014 8:38:48 am
We're working on some technical issues with this cam. Sorry for the inconvenience.

Pulgs 10/19/2014 12:16:52 pm
sure miss my Dutch Bros café!

rebecca nordbye 10/1/2014 4:36:23 pm
always fun to read the post here. I was born and raised in GP I do remember the town before Mcdonalds and when the main store you shopped at for clothes were all down town. remember the ladies store Modo day? or excel dress shop

candie 9/24/2014 10:12:21 am

whowantstoknow 9/24/2014 7:56:31 am
Thank God the summer heat is over with!

LLarson 9/14/2014 5:16:26 pm
Why don't you point the downtown camera at Onion Mountain???

Former GP Resident 9/8/2014 5:22:46 pm
@ From LA: As I recall, the original Weasku Inn was a collection of those "tourist cabins" with bedroom, bath and kitchenettes that were built along major U.S. roads from the 1920s into the 1940s. One old-timer told me after actress Carol Lombard died in a plane crash on a war bonds tour during World War II, distraught boyfriend Clark Gable spent several weeks at the Weasku Inn drinking heavily and maybe actually fishing in the Rogue.

jerryp 8/26/2014 7:39:06 am
It looks like a "Great Day" in Grants Pass

Christy 8/23/2014 3:48:06 pm
It's so nice to see home from where we live 3000 miles away...I can watch and see the weather, traffic, and nice!!!

From LA 8/18/2014 2:09:50 pm
Weasku and the Lodge are great but are, as they say, "spendy". Redwood Motel has great grounds and is a little less expensive, as is the Riverside Inn. There's also Comfort Inn, and Sweet Breeze Inn that are even less expensive, as is Motel 6 of course. They are all up the street on 6th or 7th. I've stayed at all of them and they are all fine. I've also stayed at La Quinta, Best Western, and Shiloh Inn. Those stays were a while back but they were fine also. I hope you enjoy your trip.

Pat 8/14/2014 8:31:05 am
Sheri - We always The Weasku Inn or The Lodge at Riverside. Wonderful atmosphere and awesome staff

Shevie 8/13/2014 8:27:53 pm
A tree has grown into the upstream view of 6th Street, too. Used to be you could see the entire width of the street from G north.

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