Eagle Point, long known as the "Gateway to the Lakes" offers a variety of opportunities for visitors.
Settlers arrived in Eagle Point in 1852 but signs of earlier days can still be seen in some of the buildings and homes. Today, Eagle Point is surrounded by lush hay fields, cattle and horse ranches and farms. Known as “The Gateway to the Lakes,” Eagle Point offers a variety of opportunities for visitors. Home of the nationally recognized Robert Trent Jones Golf Course, Covered Bridge #202, National Veteran’s Cemetery, Historical Museum, children’s parks, the only operating water-powered grain mill west of The Rockies, complete with a country store and antique shop. Visit the Harnish Park/Tourist Information Center, an ideal stop on the way to the Rogue River or Crater Lake.
What stands out most about this city? The answer will vary depending on who you ask. A recreationalist will tell you about the phenomenal hiking, boating, rafting, waterfall exploring, fishing, and dozens of other activities all within an hour’s drive. A fisherman will tell you about the great fishing along the beautiful Rogue River that is less than 20 minutes away or at some of the impressive lakes that are within an hour drive. A golfer will tell you about the beautiful golf course designed by Robert Trent Jones Jr. in Eagle Point. There are miles of walking paths within Eagle Point and many open space parks.
Eagle Point is located just 12 miles from Medford, Oregon (location of the Rogue Valley International Airport) and 50 miles from California. Eagle Point is located only 67 miles from Crater Lake National Park. Crater Lake is the deepest and clearest lake in the United States. Eagle Point is located approximately 150 miles from the majestic Oregon coast and approximately 40 miles from the beautiful Mt. McLoughlin. It is conveniently located midway between Portland (278 miles) and San Francisco (375 miles) and located on the beautiful Crater Lake Highway (Hwy 62) just minutes from Interstate 5. Located ten (10) miles from the Rogue Valley International Medford Oregon Airport. As you can seem Eagle Point is just a hop, skip, and a jump away from welcoming you for your next road trip.
PO Box 779
Eagle Point OR 97524
See and Do
- Lost Creek Lake
- Crater Lake
- Diamond Lake
- Rogue River
- Fish Lake
- Lake of the Woods
- Willow Lake
Historic Covered Bridge
Built in 1922, the bridge straddles Little Butte Creek and provides a safe passage over the creek for school children.
Butte Creek Mill
Established in 1872, the Butte Creek Mill is the only water-powered grist mill still operating west of the Mississippi River. The mill and neighboring antique shop provide a step back in time with sights, sounds, and smells of old-time western and southern Oregon history. Mill products adorn the shelves of its own on-site market, as well as specialty shops and stores across the country. The water wheel attached to the mill churns with the force of Little Butte Creek water. The creek bisecting the city is one of the most prolific fish spawning (Coho, Chinook Salmon, and Steel Head) streams in southern Oregon. Guided tours are available by appointment.
Eagle Point Museum
The original portion of the Eagle Point Museum was the old Long Mountain School, built in 1925. Houses the second largest history collection in Jackson County. Near the covered bridge & Butte Creek Mill.
Eagle Point Golf Course
Eagle Point is home to a beautiful Robert Trent Jones Jr. designed golf course. The course is an 18-hole, par 72 with four sets of tees and a championship length of 7,099 yards. Golf Digest has ranked this as the 6th best publicly accessible course in the state. There is a fully equipped pro shop and dining is offered at The Talon Grill overlooking the golf course.
Eagle Point National Cemetery
The Eagle Point National Cemetery covers 43 acres and overlooks the community. It opened in 1952. Today there are 13,000 interments. The facility is open from sunrise to sunset. (541) 826-2511
1879 Wood House
The Walter Wood House, constructed in 1879, is just north of Eagle Point on Hwy 62. It is owned by the Eagle Point Historical Society.