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2021 Campground Openings Schedule 23 February 2021

2021 Campground Openings Schedule

2021 Jackson County Parks Season Passes Now On Sale 28 January 2021

2021 Jackson County Parks Season Passes Now On Sale

As of January 1st the price is $40 per pass.

Bear Creek Greenway Getting Buttoned Up for Wet Weather 5 November 2020

Bear Creek Greenway Getting Buttoned Up for Wet Weather

The Bear Creek Greenway is getting ready for oncoming wet weather thanks to the efforts of Jackson County Parks, EPA, Oregon DEQ, Rogue Valley Sewer Services, The Freshwater Trust, the RVCOG, the Rogue River watershed Council, and most importantly local volunteers.

Greenway Volunteers Highlights Strength in Our Community 28 October 2020

Greenway Volunteers Highlights Strength in Our Community

The aerial seeding that took place along the Bear Creek Greenway recently was protected this past weekend by hundreds of volunteers showing strength in numbers and community. 

12 September 2020

Bear Creek Greenway Closure

Sections of Greenway closed due to significant safety concerns

MEDFORD - Due to significant safety concerns caused by extensive damage along the south portion of the Bear Creek Greenway, Jackson County Sheriff’s officials are closing the trail to the public from US Cellular Community Park in Medford, to its southern terminus in Ashland effective immediately.

New Normal At Your Jackson County Parks 29 June 2020

New Normal At Your Jackson County Parks

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.

Please Avoid Jackson County Parks Until the Governor’s Order is Lifted 9 April 2020

Please Avoid Jackson County Parks Until the Governor’s Order is Lifted

Along with state and federal recreation providers, Jackson County closed all parks to public use on March 23, 2020 in order to comply with Governor Kate Brown’s “Stay Home, Save Lives” order.