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Valley of the Rogue State Park
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Valley of the Rogue State Park Foot Path 1 © Nicholas Wirgau
Valley of the Rogue State Park Rogue River 1 © Nicholas Wirgau
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Valley of the Rogue State Park Rogue River 3 © Nicholas Wirgau
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Valley of the Rogue State Park Picnic Grounds © Nicholas Wirgau
Valley of the Rogue State Park Looking Skyward © Nicholas Wirgau
Valley of the Rogue State Park Rogue River 2 © Nicholas Wirgau
Valley of the Rogue State Park Foot Path 3 © Nicholas Wirgau
Valley of the Rogue State Park Foot Path 2 © Nicholas Wirgau
Valley of the Rogue State Park Rogue River Flood Plain © Nicholas Wirgau
Valley of the Rogue State Park Fly Fishing the Rogue © Nicholas Wirgau
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VALLEY OF THE ROGUE STATE PARK
VALLEY OF THE ROGUE STATE PARK
Valley of the Rogue State Park
Gold Hill, Oregon   97525
(lat:42.4078 lon:-123.1372) map location

Phone: 800-551-6949
Toll Free: 800-551-6949
Reservations: 541-582-3128
A pleasant green oasis awaits you in southern Oregon's Rogue Valley. Valley of the Rogue Park has both a day-use picnic area and an overnight campground along three miles of shoreline on the Rogue River. A meeting hall is available for groups. An easy, self-guided interpretive walking trail provides a relaxing 1.25 mile stroll along the river's edge (download trail guide; requires Acrobat).

Camp and play along the river made famous by novelist and avid fisherman Zane Grey. The campground is also a great place to stay while taking in the local culture, history, and recreation opportunities in the area. Stay with us while you take trips to Crater Lake National Park, the Oregon Caves National Monument, historic Jacksonville, Ashland's Shakespeare Festival, or the Britt Music Festival. The park is ideally located to give you all of this, plus friendly local shops, museums, and sights of interest. We are open all year and have Discovery Rates from October 1st through April 30th. The Rogue Valley awaits your arrival!
FACILITIES AND ACTIVITIES OVERVIEW
CampingPrimitiveyes
 Electric Sitesyes
 Water/Electric Sitesyes
 Full Hookup Sitesyes
Camping
1. Full Hook-Up Sites: There are 95 full hook-up sites available, which include water, sewer and electrical connections.

2. Tent Camping Sites: The park also has tent-only campsites that come with picnic tables and fire pits/grills.

3. Yurts: For those who prefer glamping (glamorous camping), there are three yurts equipped with beds, heat/AC units, electricity outlets etc., but no plumbing facilities inside them; restrooms/showers nearby though!

4. Group Campsites: If you're traveling as part of a large group or hosting an event like family reunion or scout troop outing then consider booking one their two group campgrounds accommodating up to 25 people each site.

5. RV Accessible Site: These sites have easy access for larger vehicles such as motorhomes/trailers along with necessary utilities including power supply points & dump stations.

6. Pet-friendly Accommodations: Most areas within Valley Of The Rogue state park allow pets so long they're kept on leash at all times outside your vehicle/tent/yurt.

7. Accessible Facilities: Some campsites here designed specifically keeping accessibility needs mind offering features like paved paths leading directly from parking area right up to campground itself making it easier wheelchair users navigate around without any difficulty whatsoever!


Location
Valley of the Rogue State Park is located near Central Point, Grants Pass and Medford

Trails
1. Rogue River Trail: This trail stretches for 40 miles along the scenic and historic Rogue River, offering stunning views of wildlife, wildflowers, and geological formations.

2. Rainie Falls Trail: A moderate hike that leads to a beautiful waterfall with plenty of spots for picnicking or fishing.

3. Valley View Loop: An easy looped trail perfect for families or beginners featuring panoramic valley views from various lookout points.

4. Hellgate Canyon Overlook Pathway: Short but steep pathway leading up to an overlook point providing breathtaking vistas over the canyon below - ideal spot at sunset!

5. Takelma Gorge Hiking Route: It's a moderately difficult route which takes you through dense forests alongside riverbanks showcasing unique rock formations in Takelma Gorge area.

6. Rogue Nature Walk: Easy walking path suitable even for small children; it offers educational signs about local flora & fauna throughout its course.

7. Pacific Crest National Scenic Long Distance Trail Section E (Oregon): Partly passing through this park,this long distance hiking option is great choice if one wants multi-day backpacking experience amidst diverse landscapes including mountains,valleys,rivers etc.

8. South Bank Chetco Road Trails: These trails are less crowded giving hikers peaceful solitude while exploring lush greenery around them.

9. Cathedral Hills Park Trails: Located nearby,these well:maintained network of trails offer variety ranging from short strolls to strenuous hikes uphill rewarding with spectacular cityscape view on clear days.

10. Applegate Lake Shoreline Drive: Another close by attraction where visitors can enjoy leisure walk/drive along lake's shoreline soaking in serene beauty all around.

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Area Campgrounds
The Rogue Discovery Park
3610 Kirtland Road
Central Point, OR
541-414-4182
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Directions
1. Take Exit 45 onto Merlin:Galice Road.
2. Head west on Merlin:Galice Road for approximately 3 miles.
3. Turn left onto Galice Road and continue for about half a mile.
4. Merge right to stay on Galice Road (also known as County Highway:260).
5. Continue driving south on Galice road for around 8 miles until you reach the entrance to Valley of the Rogue State Park.

Once inside the park, there are various amenities and activities available such as camping facilities with RV hookups or tent sites, picnic areas with tables and grills, hiking trails along scenic riverbanks where visitors can enjoy breathtaking views or go fishing if they have proper licenses.

To explore more attractions nearby after visiting Valley of The Rogue State Park:
6. Take I:5 N towards Medford.
7. Exit at exit number #30 toward Crater Lake National Pk/Prospect/Crater Lk Hwy/OR62 W.
8. Continue straight through Prospect then turn Right into Mill Creek Dr.

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