Rogue River - Recreation

Brochure and Map

brochure Rogue River - Recreation - Brochure and Map

Brochure and Map of the Rogue River Recreational Section in the BLM Medford District area in Oregon. Published by the Bureau of Land Management (BLM).

WILD ROGUE Welcome to Rogue River Recreational Section! Choose your Rogue River adventure on one of the nation’s original Wild and Scenic rivers. The BLM’s recreational section of the Wild and Scenic Rogue River features 27 miles of class I and II rapids; 11 boat access facilities; 4 campgrounds; and numerous undeveloped sites to fish, swim, picnic, camp, sunbathe, bird watch, photograph nature, and enjoy the river the way you choose. As you travel down the river, the canyon gets progressively deeper and rockier and you get a sense of leaving civilization behind even though a road is always within a quarter mile of the river’s edge. Know before you go open year round. No fees or permits required for private use of the recreational section or adjacent BLM lands. no fees or permits required for private use of the recreational section or adjacent BLM lands. Public and private lands are intermixed; please respect private property. dispersed camping allowed on BLM land between Hog Creek and Grave Creek, unless designated day-use only; camping limited to 14 days. portable toilets and fire pans required year-round for dispersed camping within the recreational section. Restrooms available at many BLM access points and in Josephine County parks. directions The recreational section begins 7 miles west of Grants Pass at the confluence of the Rogue River and Applegate River and ends 27 miles downstream at Grave Creek where the wild section begins. Many different routes may be used to access different portions of the recreational section. Contact info point of interest 3040 Biddle Rd Medford, OR 97504 541-618-2200 Josephine County Parks provides four developed campgrounds and numerous river access points. Camping and day-use fees are required in Josephine County parks.

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