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Established in 1912, the City of Rogue River is located southwestern Oregon just off Interstate 5 (Freeway exit 48). This rural gem has been recognized as a Tree City USA for 34th year and counting. The City population is 2,266 for 2016 up from 2,175 in 2015 per Google.  

Elevation:  1,004'

Whether it’s your destination or a stop along your route, Rogue River has easy freeway access and is ideal for your traveling needs and stretching your legs before hitting the road again. We offer gas stations, ATM’s, restaurants and grocery stores all within one mile of the freeway making it easy to find what you need without getting lost in the city. Of course, we’d love to see you stay awhile and find out all that Rogue River has to offer! Check out our area map for things to enjoy and places to grab a bite to eat.

Rogue River is central to many outdoor activities, offering easy access to skiing, boating, fishing, rafting, hiking, camping, biking and golfing. Here are a few places to get you started!


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Mountain of the Rogue Trail System

A BLM treasure... It has a wide range of experiences packed into a small amount of trails. The system features everything from narrow and exposed singletrack on steep grassy hillsides to fun and flow.


Rogue River Greenway

A 30 mile stretch of parks and public access areas along the Rogue River that, when completed, will be a greenway trail for foot and bicycle traffic between Ashland and Grants Pass.


Table Rock Mountain Central Point

One of the most popular hiking locations in the Rogue Valley. Two trails, Lower Table Rock Trail and Upper Table Rock Trail are accessible year-round.

More area attractions within about 50 miles:

  • Hellgate Jet Boats

  • Rogue Valley Ziplines

  • Mt. Ashland Resort

  • Britt Music Festival

  • Oregon Shakespeare Festival

  • Harry & David

  • Wildlife Images

  • Rogue Creamery

  • Oregon Caves

  • Bear Hotel 


Palmerton Arboretum Park

Famous for its arboretum with over 70 species of trees from around the world, this large park has a playground, picnic area, trails and walking bridge over Evans Creek to Anna Classick Bicentennial Park. Established in 1912, the city of Rogue River is located in southwestern Oregon just off Interstate 5 (exit 48). This rural gem has been recognized as a “Tree City, USA” for 35-years and counting!


Anna Classick Bicentennial Park

A small park hidden behind a local church offering tennis courts, a handball court, horseshoe pits, half basketball court, picnic and play area and connects to Palmerton Park via the scenic walking bridge.


John F. Fleming Memorial Park

Nestled under the beautiful Depot Street Bridge, our Chamber of Commerce Visitor’s Center, boat ramp and fishing access are easily accessible.


Valley of the Rogue State Park

Just a few miles south of Rogue River, this park offers picnic areas, camping, RV dump stations, and access to an easy 1.25 mile trail along the Rogue River.

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Woodville Museum

First and Oak Streets • Rogue River

The Woodville Museum, housed in the Hatch House, is a turn of the century home which  displays items that the pioneers used. It is also home to a brick-by-brick relocation of the old jail from its original location near the railroad tracks off Pine Street.


Ashland Scienceworks Museum

Ashland, Oregon

A quick 40 minutes away, this popular family-friendly museum features rotating indoor and outdoor exhibits. Explore where art and science meet with hands-on activities everyone will love!

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House of Mystery

Gold Hill, Oregon

The world famous Oregon Vortex is located just south of Rogue River in Gold Hill. It will introduce you to a strange world that will challenge your senses and logic!