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October 19, 2019
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Rogue Elk Park

CAMPGROUND CLOSES October 14, 2019 for the Season.

RV Dump Station is currently CLOSED.
Please check back for future updates. 

Campground Reservations can be made Online or by Phone (541) 774-8183, up to 9 months in advance and a minimum of 15 days in advance of your desired arrival date.

Rogue Elk Park covers a total of 33 beautiful acres including three-quarters of a mile of access to the upper Rogue River. This special park provides numerous activities such as camping, fishing, rafting, swimming and an excellent opportunity to escape for a day trip, picnic or family event. Rogue Elk is the county's most popular camping spot along the upper Rogue River with prime riverfront campsites, RV sites with water/electric hookups, restroom/showers, picnic tables, barbecues and a playground.

ODFW Fishing Report:
Upper Rogue River

Wheel Chair AccessibleADA Accessibility
1. Restroom 2. Parking 3. Campsite #29

Rogue Elk Park

Rogue Elk Park

Rogue Elk

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Amenities & Park Fees

 

Amenities:
38 Campsites (16 Water/Electric, 22 Basic No Hookups), Restrooms with Showers, Picnic Areas, Playground, 2-Lane Boat Ramp, Dump Station

Fees:
Daily Parking Fee is $4.00 per vehicle
(Season Passes - $30)
Campsites are $24/night for Water/Electric (includes 1 vehicle) and $20/night for No Hookups (includes 1 vehicle)
Maximum of 8 people per campsite
Maximum Stay Limit at ALL Jackson County Parks: 14 days out of any 30-day period
Additional Vehicles (limit one) are $6/night
Reservation Fee is $8.00/per site (online) or $10.00/per site (by phone) for Campsites
Showers are 50 cents for 4 minutes
Firewood is $6.00/bundle.

Trailer Dump Station - For Registered Campers ONLY

CHECK IN: 2 PM    CHECK OUT: 12 PM

Open Dates/Hours:
Day Use/Boat Ramp is Open Year Round (daylight hours)
Campground open mid March - late October (dates may vary - contact Parks Office )

Location:
27766 Highway 62, Trail, Oregon - On the upper Rogue River
29 miles Northeast of Medford, OR, via Highway 62
54 miles Southwest of Crater Lake National Park via Highway 62



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