Hiking & Biking Trails in Southern Oregon

TABLE ROCKS
PRESCOTT PARK
CRATER LAKE

From Crater Lake National Park to the 1,700 acre Prescott Park to the awe-inspiring views of the Table Rocks, you will find some of the best hiking in Oregon right here in Medford and the Rogue Valley.

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applegate lake day camp area
Applegate, OR 97530
Welcome to the beautiful Applegate Lake, nestled in the rich green of the Rogue River/Siskiyou National Forest. Applegate is home to many birds, wildlife and several extraordinary fisheries; trout and bass being the most popular. Trails around the lake lead you on the 17.5 mile shoreline. The Lake offers convenient boat launching, day use picnicking, swimming, RV and tent site camping, and a convenient general store. Throughout the season many enjoy the clear fresh water...Read More
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azalea lake trail near applegate oregon
Applegate, OR 97530
The Azalea Lake/Fir Glade trail runs southwest from Fir Glad Trailhead into California and the Red Buttes Wilderness. When the trail reaches the southern wilderness boundary, it heads east and north to Azalea Lake, located within the wilderness boundary. Recent trail work since 2015 has made this trail relatively clear and in great shape, although trail users should expect some areas of brush near Steve Fork Junction, towards Azalea Lake.

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217012
bear creek greenway with bike riders
OR
541-774-7799
The Bear Creek Greenway is a 20-mile, paved, multi-use trail that links the cities of Ashland, Talent, Phoenix, Medford and Central Point. The Greenway is continuous from the Ashland Dog Park to the Dean Creek Frontage Road near Seven Oaks Interchange on I-5, north of Central Point. The Greenway provides a separated route from cars, with only two at-grade road crossings. The trail parallels I-5, Highway 99, and Bear Creek, and provides Rogue...Read More
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216700
cantrall buckley park with rogue river
154 Cantrall Road
Ruch, OR 97530
The beautiful Applegate River is the focal point of Cantrall Buckley Park, which spans over 88 acres, and features 1.75 miles of river frontage, making it a very popular recreational destination in Jackson County. The large native trees and ample lawn make this an ideal site for family gatherings or group picnics. Four well-appointed Group Picnic Areas are available for a variety of social events and group gatherings.

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Crater Lake, OR 97604
541-594-3000
Crater Lake has inspired people for thousands of years. No place else on earth combines a deep, pure lake, so blue in color; sheer surrounding cliffs, almost two thousand feet high; two picturesque islands; and a violent volcanic past. It is a place of immeasurable beauty, and an outstanding outdoor laboratory and classroom.

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emigrant lake and picnic area
5505 Highway 66
Ashland, OR 97520
As one of Jackson County Park's most popular destinations, Emigrant Lake has it all. Located just minutes from downtown Ashland, Oregon, the park offers a host of activities for the entire family. Emigrant Lake is a local oasis nestled between the hills of Ashland and a great opportunity to get away from it all without having to go too far from home.

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216689
fish lake with Mt. McLoughlin in the background
Fish Lake, OR
541-949-8500
Located at 4,600 feet elevation in the Southern Oregon Cascades. A truly beautiful setting in pristine old growth forest at the foot of Mt. McLoughlin (9,495 ft). The resort offers 11 cabins for lodging, 45 full hook-up RV sites, electric-only sites and no hook-up sites for tenting. Shower and laundry facilities for our registered guests. Cafe, store and game room at our lodge. Boat rentals and moorage on a lake with...Read More
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view from grizzly peak with hikers
Ashland, OR 97520
One interesting feature of this gorgeous little chunk of the Western Cascades, in addition to the proximity to downtown Ashland and the knockout view at the end, is the coastal feel of the forest. The feel is partly because the forest has a dense canopy and little underbrush, and the trees are large (although not immense—up to 30 inches in diameter). Also, the predominant tree species is grand fir, which is far more prevalent in...Read More
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217019
Hobart Bluff looking down on the Rogue Valley
Ashland, OR 97520
The natural inclination, upon reaching the PCT crossing on Soda Mountain Road, is to hike in the opposite direction on the PCT, away from Hobart Bluff, south toward Soda Mountain’s 6,200-foot summit. While that is not a bad hike for a while, the route misses the summit and ends up following old jeep roads. The trek eastward towards Hobart Bluff is not only far easier and less snowbound but impressive in its own right. Some...Read More
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howard prairie lake and resort
3249 Hyatt Prairie Rd
Ashland, OR 97520
541-482-1979
The Howard Prairie Resort is 155 beautiful acres, including 1.63 miles of lake frontage and breathtaking views of Mt. McLoughlin. The lake waters are teeming with both trout and bass and have some of the best fishing in Southern Oregon. Offering everything from tent sites to large RV sites, a rentable 2-bedroom Cabin, a store, restaurant, laundry facilities, and full-service boat marina, The Howard Prairie Resort is the ideal location for a unique outdoor excursion...Read More
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