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October 20, 2020
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Takelma Park

Obenchain Fire closes some Jackson County Parks

Obenchain Fire closes some Jackson County Parks Read more

CLOSED: Rogue Elk Campground and Willow Lake Campground

New Normal At Your Jackson County Parks

New Normal At Your Jackson County Parks Read more

It’s important to know that this year will not be the same as previous years. There will be required changes to which facilities and amenities are available for use, as well as new rules to help keep our parks open through the summer.

FAQ’s to Jackson County Parks Phased Reopening Plan

FAQ’s to Jackson County Parks Phased Reopening Plan Read more

Note: The following FAQ’s are limited to Jackson County owned and operated parks only and do not cover city, state or federal parks. State, city, and federal sites are managed by separate entities and are responsible for establishing reopening plans for their respective properties.

Takelma Park, located on 40 acres, including .38 miles of river frontage, is a popular spot among anglers during fishing season and rafters floating the river.

The beautiful Rogue River flows along this county park, which features a boat ramp, CXT vault toilet, and a paved parking area with night lights.

Located just north of Dodge Bridge Park, Takelma Park offers a convenient local getaway destination.

Takelma Park is a perfect location for fishing, boating, rafting, or just relaxing the day away in a peaceful riverfront setting, away from the city.

ODFW Fishing Report:
Upper Rogue River

Wheel Chair AccessibleADA Accessibility
1. Restroom 2. Parking

Fishing

Amenities & Park Fees

Amenities:
Boat Ramp
CXT Vault Toilet
Paved Parking Area with Lighting

Fees:
Daily Parking Fee is $4.00 per vehicle
(Season Passes - $40)

Open Dates/Hours:
Day Use/Boat Ramp is Open Year Round (daylight hours)

Location:
3970 Rogue River Drive, Eagle Point, Oregon - On the Rogue River
19 miles northeast of Medford, OR, via Highway 62, west on Highway 234,
north onto Rogue River Drive
Three (3) miles north of Dodge Bridge via Rogue River Drive


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