Headwaters of the Rogue River
Headwaters of the Rogue River

Highway 62. The Rogue River flows from the Cascade Mountains near Crater Lake to the Oregon Coast at Gold Beach. The Upper Rogue Area offers a rich & unbelievable vacation world to explore. Includes the communities of Eagle Point, Shady Cove, Prospect, Union Creek.

See and Do

Rogue River Parks
Jackson County has numerous parks along the famed Rogue River. All river parks offer river access and sufficient parking.

Rogue Elk County Park (from Medford, take Hwy 62): open year-round for day use. Camping allowed April 15-October 15.

Dodge Bridge County Park (from Medford, take Hwy 62, left on Hwy 234, right on Rogue River Drive): Shady Cove area, open year-round for day use only.

Takelma County Park (from Medford, take Hwy 62, left on Hwy 234, right on Rogue River Drive, three miles north of Dodge Bridge): Shady Cove area, open year-round for day use only.

Savage Rapids County Park (off I-5, near Gold Hill): open year-round for day use.

Upper Rogue Regional Park (from Medford, take Hwy 62, left on Rogue River Drive): open year-round for day use only.

River House (from Medford, take Hwy 62): Shady Cove, ideal place for a wedding or an intimate meeting
or retreat, call Jackson County Parks at (541) 826-2101.

Tou Velle State Recreation Site
Off Hwy 62, nine miles north of Medford on the Rogue River at the foot of Table Rocks. Day use only park with a boat ramp, group picnic facilities, and wild­life viewing area. Day use permit required ($3 daily, $25 annual).