Rogue River Recreational Corridor and Greenway
Southern Oregon has been working for over 30 years to connect its communities with a Greenway corridor. The completion of the Bear Creek Greenway Project, spanning 20 miles from Ashland through Talent, Phoenix and Medford to Central Point, marks a major milestone. Southern Oregon is now poised to connect these communities and others to the Rogue River Recreational Corridor and Greenway.
The Rogue River Greenway trail will connect with the Bear Creek Greenway in Central Point, and then will follow the Rogue River to Gold Hill. It will connect with an existing section of the the trail and continue along the Rogue River to the Valley of the Rogue State Park and the City of Rogue River. Then the Greenway trail will continue north along the river to Grants Pass. When completed, the combined Rogue River Greenway Trail and Bear Creek Greenway will extend over 50 miles and connect two counties and eight cities.
Please click here to view a map of the Rogue River Greenway.