Jackson County Parks unveiled a new RV parkon July 1, 2016 in Central Point (I-5, Exit 33), in Oregon's Rogue Valley.
The park offers 92 full-hookup sites right in the heart of Southern Oregon, in a prime location near various lakes and the Rogue River, and is near ideal locations for outdoor activities such as rafting, boating, fishing, hiking, cycling and camping. The location is also convenient for attending the Shakespeare Festival in Ashland, Oregon, and the Britt Music & Arts Festival in Jacksonville, Oregon.
SORV Park also connects directly to the Bear Creek Greenway, a 20-mile, paved, multi-use trail that links the cities of Ashland, Talent, Phoenix, Medford and Central Point.
The new big-rig friendly park features 20-30-50-amp electrical service and water/sewer connections. All sites are paved with standard slips measuring 60’ with 12’ wide parking pads, and premium slips measure 75' with 15' wide parking pads.
Each site has a picnic table on a concrete pad and a fire pit for roasting marshmallows. The park has three-centrally located restroom buildings with showers as well as an additional restroom in the day-use area of the park. Traveling with pets? The park has a large off-leash area for your dogs to run free and stretch their legs. Future plans for the park include group picnic shelters and accessible fishing docks.
Conveniently located on the northern edge of the Jackson County EXPO, the SORV Park's close proximity to the EXPO facilities provides a perfect opportunity to camp in a quality RV park, then walk to the Jackson County EXPO for the fair, concerts, rodeos, horse and livestock shows as well as the many other events held at the Expo. Those staying at the park don’t need to worry about parking, where to sleep or where to take a quick break after a busy day at the EXPO as your RV is just a short walk away. The close proximity also offers a great venue for RV clubs and RV rallies to host meetings and gatherings at EXPO facilities and meeting rooms. So come on out and check out SORV at Exit 33.