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U.S. DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR

BUREAU OF LAND MANAGEMENT

Oregon / Washington

Recreation Sites

Numerous recreation opportunities await the outdoor enthusiast in the Medford District. Floating the Rogue Wild and Scenic River, birding, caving, fishing, hiking, hunting, sightseeing, and wildlife watching are among the most popular activities.

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Site Name and Description Activities Facilities
Hyatt Lake Recreation Area

Fees: $12 per night Mon-Thurs, $15 per night Fri-Sun, $3 per Vehicle day-use fee, Wildcat Campground $7 per night

Hyatt Lake Recreation Area

Nestled in the northern corner of Cascade-Siskiyou National Monument, the Hyatt Lake Recreation Area is generally open for camping ...   more>>

Road Biking Rafting Fishing Hiking Horse Back Riding Swimming Watchable Wildlife Winter Sports Camping Boat Ramps Camp Sites Camp Sites (Accessible) Group Shelter Horse Facilities Picnic Sites Picnic Shelter Playground Sanitary Disposal Stations Restrooms Restrooms (Accessible) Trails Drinking Water
Kenney Meadows

Fees: No fees Associated with this site.

Kenney Meadows

Kenney Meadows was conveyed to the U.S. government in 1969 by owner Christian J. Kenney. On one side of the road is a meadow with a ...   more>>

Botanical Sightseeing Picnic Sites Restrooms
Kerby Peak Trail

Fees: No fees Associated with this site

Kerby Peak Trail

Spectacular panoramic views. Unique botanical and geologic features. Kerby Peak Trail is documented on maps dating back to 1915, and ...   more>>

Geological Sightseeing Hiking
King Mountain ACEC

Fees: none

King Mountain ACEC

King Mountain, at 5,265 feet, has been designated by the Bureau of Land Management as an Area of Critical Environmental Concern (ACEC).   more>>

Botanical Sightseeing Hiking
London Peak Trail

Fees: none

London Peak Trail

If you like to walk through groves of ancient trees, see a diversity of wildlife habitat, and enjoy a great workout then Lower London ...   more>>

Hiking
McGregor Park and Visitor Center

Fees: No fees Associated with this site.

McGregor Park and Visitor Center

McGregor Park and visitor center is a partnership between the US Army Corps. of Engineers and the BLM. It is located 30 miles northeast ...   more>>

Botanical Sightseeing Rafting Fishing Fly Fishing Hiking Wading Watchable Wildlife Interpretive Trail Picnic Sites Playground Playground (Accessible) Restrooms Restrooms (Accessible) Trails Trails (Accessible)
Mule Creek Trail

Fees: none

Mule Creek Trail

The Mule Creek trail is located in the Wild Rogue Wilderness Area. This trail was constructed in the early 1900's and historically ...   more>>

Geological Sightseeing Hiking
Pacific Crest National Scenic Trail

Fees: No fees are associated with this site.

Pacific Crest National Scenic Trail

This Mexico-to-Canada trail, some 2,500 miles long, passes through Oregon's Cascade Mountains, including this 40-mile segment on public ...   more>>

Botanical Sightseeing Geological Sightseeing Hiking Watchable Wildlife Trails
Pilot Rock

Fees: No fees Associated with this site.

Pilot Rock

**10/7/14. The re-route of the Pilot Rock trail is complete. Visitors are asked to remain on the newly constructed trail and to not ...   more>>

Climbing Hiking Trails
Rainie Falls Overlook

Fees: none

Rainie Falls Overlook

Rainie Falls Overlook is located along the Grave Creek to Marial Back Country Byway. This overlook offers spectacular views of the ...   more>>

Geological Sightseeing Watchable Wildlife
Rogue Wild and Scenic River

Fees: $10 per person for wild section noncommercial float permit, restricted use season 5/15-10/15.

Rogue Wild and Scenic River

The Rogue Wild and Scenic River is best known for its outstanding natural scenery, fishing, whitewater boating, and wildlife and cultural ...   more>>

Botanical Sightseeing Rafting Fishing Geological Sightseeing Hiking Historic Site Investigation Mineral Collecting Swimming Watchable Wildlife Camping Boat Ramps Camp Sites Picnic Sites Restrooms Trails Drinking Water
Rough and Ready Botanical Wayside

Fees: none

Rough and Ready Botanical Wayside

The Rough and Ready area is located in a region which is recognized as one of 200 biologically outstanding ecoregions in the world.   more>>

Botanical Sightseeing Hiking Picnic Sites (Accessible) Picnic Shelter Trails Trails (Accessible)
Skull Creek Campground

Fees: none

Skull Creek Campground

Skull Creek Campground is located approximately 11 miles from the community of Glendale , along the Cow Creek Back Country Byway. Skull ...   more>>

Historic Site Investigation Camping
Sterling Mine Ditch Trail

Fees: No fees Associated with this site.

Sterling Mine Ditch Trail

Attractions: From February to May, the trail is an excellent place for wildflower viewing. The fairly low elevation loop trail is usually ...   more>>

Botanical Sightseeing Hiking Horse Back Riding Trails
Table Mountain Winter Play Area

Fees: No fees Associated with this site.

Table Mountain Winter Play Area

The Table Mountain Winter Play Area is specifically designed for snow tubing. The parking area also allows access to snowmobile and ...   more>>

Sledding Snow Tubing Winter Sports Restrooms
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