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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
Table Rocks

Fees: No fees are associated with this site.

Table Rocks

Scenic panoramas of the Rogue Valley and surrounding mountains await you at the Table Rocks Area of Critical Environmental Concern.   more>>

Botanical Sightseeing Geological Sightseeing Hiking Ranger Led Programs Watchable Wildlife Interpretive Trail Restrooms Trails
Timber Mountain OHV Area

Fees: No fees Associated with this site.

Timber Mountain OHV Area

Located within a half hour drive west from Medford, this area offers many trails of varying skill levels for OHV enthusiasts. Riders ...   more>>

Motorcycle Trail Off-Highway Vehicle Trails
Tucker Flat Campground

Fees: none

Tucker Flat Campground

Located above the sparkling waters of Mule Creek, Tucker Flat Campground borders the Wild Rogue Wilderness. This campground is ideal ...   more>>

Hiking Wading Camping
Whisky Creek Overlook

Fees: none

Whisky Creek Overlook

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

Geological Sightseeing Watchable Wildlife
Woodrat Mountain

Fees: No fees are associated with this site.

Woodrat Mountain

Between the towns of Jacksonville and Ruch, west of Medford, this unique mountain top launching area offers a specially cleared and ...   more>>

Hang Gliding
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