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October 20, 2021
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Rogue Elk Park

ROGUE ELK CAMPGROUND IS CLOSED for the 2021 Season.

Day Use is open year-round during daylight hours.

Campsite 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.  Less than 15 days of your arrival date is First Come First Serve. 

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, 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

Amenities & Park Fees

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


Fees:
Daily Parking Fee is $4.00 per vehicle
(Season Passes - $40)
Campsites are $26/night for Water/Electric (includes 1 vehicle) and $22/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
• Firewood is $6.00/bundle.

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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