The City of Rogue River, just off Interstate 5, is nestled along
the banks of the famous Rogue River in southwestern Oregon.
Perched at an elevation just 1,000 feet above sea level, the
city is in the heart of a region where three mountain ranges
meet. These three ranges - the Cascades, the Siskiyous, and the
Coast Range - meet in the Rogue Valley to create an enviable
climate. Warm, dry summers with cool evenings, and moderate
winters provide an opportunity to enjoy country living at its
The city is within two hours drive of mountain skiing, and just two hours away from the spectacular ocean beaches of Southern Oregon. Lakes and streams with fine fishing are barely an hour away. But many residents and visitors prefer to fish closer by, in the stream from which the city took its name. The Rogue River's native trout, salmon and steelhead are justifiably famous among anglers.
The city of Rogue River counts some 2,000 inhabitants. The surrounding countryside includes a service area of another 14,000 people. Grants Pass is only 8 miles west on Interstate 5 and Medford is 18 miles east. Come and discover the charm of small town Oregon living at its best.
Recreation - Besides the obvious ways to play on the river - fishing, boating, sailing, skiing, and just relaxing - the area around Rogue River is full of things to see and do:
Palmerton Arboretum features fine collection of specimen trees and access to Evans Creek.
City's other parks - Coyote Evans, Fleming, and Anna Classick - have facilities for horseshoes, tennis, and boat ramps. Valley of the Rogue State Park (three miles away on Interstate 5) offers complete camping and RV facilities on the river.