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The Rogue River Greenway currently has four open sections. The first segment of the trail to be completed begins in the southwestern Oregon town of Rogue River. From the southern end of town, the scenic, well-shaded trail heads southeast along the northeast bank of the river for almost 4 miles. At the southeast end of the trail, you'll travel through the Valley of the Rogue State Park, a pleasant place to rest, picnic and enjoy the views.
There is a short gap before the trail picks up again at North River Road. Continuing east, the route runs 3.34-miles along the north bank of the river and passes Rock Point Cemetery. The trail comes to end after crossing Sardine Creek.
Further east, there is a 1.39-mile segment of trail in the City of Gold Hill. From Dardanelles Street and 4th Street, the route heads north past Gold Hill Sports Park (14745 OR-234, Gold Hill) to the Ti'lomikh Falls River, where there is river access and parking (14080 OR-234, Gold Hill).
In Grants Pass, a short section of the trail (0.75 miles) runs through Tom Pearce Park (3700 Pearce Park Rd, Grants Pass).
Parking is available at a number of locations along the trail, including Fleming Memorial Park (off SR 99). From the park, bike lanes and sidewalks along the Depot Street Bridge allow you to cross to the other (north) side of the river to access the Rogue River Greenway. Additional parking is found at the Valley of the Rogue State Park (adjacent to I-5). Visit the TrailLink map for all options and detailed directions.
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