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Valley of the Rogue State Park, Gold Hill

Categories: State Parks, Nature & Parks
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3.9/5 based on 60+ reviews on the web
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 easily accessible off of I-5 sits directly on the beautiful Rogue River. It is easily accessible to all the sites in the area. We brought our 40 foot motorhome and within two days were...  read more »
  • We stayed at Valley of the Rogue State Park recently and loved it. We were close enough to see the river and easily walk to it from our site. It is an airy park with shade and sun. We enjoyed a feelin...  read more »
  • Dogs are allowed (on leash) on all trails. Multiple paths off main trails to get down to the river. F loop (electric and water hookups but no sewer hookup) has the biggest, spacious sites. Full hookup...  read more »
  • Beautiful Oregon State Park on the Rogue River. Full facilities for all types of camping. The park is very popular especially in the summer, as with all the state parks in Oregon. This state takes great pride in their parks, and it shows. Most, if not all of them have full hook ups for RVs and trailers, great tent spots, all wooded with nice trails. The people take care of their parks also, and help by keeping them clean and not littering. The Rangers are all friendly, helpful and knowledgeable. Definitely 5 stars!
  • Wonderful! Being more familiar with California State Parks, we were amazed at having the option for water, electricity and even sewer hookups. It is spacious, well-maintained, with clean restrooms, neat sites. And the fire rings can be used for campfires! I cannot remember the last time we were allowed to have open fires in most CA campgrounds.
  • Beautiful river. Clean. Friendly park. Showers were clean. Sites are roomy for camper and truck. Our big rig was a bit tight along the sides. We had a pull-in, which sits on a curved pad. I think thats why it was a little tight. Long enough. Fire pits and wood provided by park so on the 4th, many were outside with bar-b-qs and burning logs. No mosquitoes. Which was nice! Lots of shady spots and walking trails.
  • I stop for lunch at this place every month I go to California. I love the huge space with tables and the great trees around. The services are good and clean. Parking is no problem for cars, trucks and RVs. They gave a big area for dogs and the place is always being kept clean and nice.
  • Great place to camp with the kids. Junior ranger program is awesome and the weekend shows are awesome
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