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Valley of the Rogue State Park, Gold Hill

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Valley of the Rogue State Park is a state park in west central Jackson County, Oregon, near Grants Pass and Medford, and is administered by the Oregon Parks and Recreation Department. It is located on the banks of the Rogue River, adjacent to Interstate 5. The park offers a year-round, full-service campground, a nature trail, a day-use area, and river access for boating, fishing, and swimming.
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  • This state park is located in a valley right next to the interstate and a busy railroad. So, to say camping here is incredibly noisy is an understatement. We stayed in a yurt and still heard noise all...  more »
  • We recently stayed at the Valley of the Rogue State Park. The campground is very large with spacious sites. The campground was quiet at nights without large groups staying up late at night. The shower...  more »
  • They have a nice walking trail that is paved. Campground looked busy. We looked into a Yurt tent. It was neat. Plenty of parking, restrooms, picnic tables. Nice dog park. Easy on and off the interstat...  more »
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  • Usually the rest area is very nice and clean, but this last time it was not the usual standard. This is a nice place to stop for a break or check in to camp as well. The campground is nice right along the river and there is a trail paved all the way to the town.
  • I stayed here a couple weeks in December, during rainy season. The place is very well kept and restrooms clean. It is quite near I-5 so you will get some highway noise, though not enough to notice much once inside your rv or trailer. Just 100 or so feet from rogue river, it's quite beautiful. The staff is most kind and accommodating and will take time to actually speak to you and provide lots of valuable information. Never got really cold during my stay, and noticed some folks were camping longer term in tents. I will return again in a month or two and see how spring/ summer looks there. Should be great when the sun is shining!
  • Beautiful spot, great service and facilities, showers are free, camp host cool and an awesome town. Highly recommend it to anyone, especially as a pit stop for a night on a long drive.
  • This is a great roadside rest stop - especially if you are traveling with a dog - they have a nice dog park here.
  • Nice park. Lots of black widows. Rangers are helpful. Pretty place. Some of the rest rooms & showers are closed. Tent area. RV areas. Part & full service areas. Large lawns. Borders the Rogue River. Good for Birders. Bike trails. Great kids park. Some folks drive to fast while children are out & about. Same exit as rest area. If park is full you can check with the rangers or on line for an opening the next day & stay at the rest area for the night.