This beautiful day-use park is located on the banks of the Rogue River and at the foot of geologically prominent Table Rock. You can picnic, fish, launch your boat, swim and hike on a 2-mile trail. Denman Wildlife Refuge, next to the park, teems with local and migratory birds. Salmon and steelhead pass through seasonally on treks to and from the ocean.
Plan your next group event in one of our six picnic areas. Area A has a large picnic shelter with four horse shoe pits. Area C has a smaller shelter. Areas D and E are open areas with electricity, water and plenty of picnic tables. Areas B and F are open areas without access to electricity. All sites can be reserved up to six months in advance online at oregonstateparks.reserveamerica.com. Horseshoe pits and volleyball courts are located throughout the park, and a restroom with flush toilets was recently remodeled.
A boat ramp and additional picnic tables are located on the opposite river bank. From the main park, take Table Rock Road across the bridge. This side of the park also has a dog off-leash area and pit toilets.
Yes there is a $5.00 day use fee. 12months ($30.00) & 24months ($50.00) annual passes can be purchased on site or online. Jackson County annual pass accepted as well. A self registration booth in located near the entrace of both sides of the park.
The main park has the capabilty to take debit cards to pay for day use fees.
Please make passes are visible in your vehicle.
Valley of the Rogue-Campground
Illnios River Forks- Day use
Wolf Creek Inn-Hotel and day use
Golden- Historic site-Day use
On the main park side 7am-Sunset
Boat Ramp side Sunrise to Sunset
No, this is a day use park only
An alcohol permit is required along with a reservation for a picnic area. To obtain this permit call the Rogue Management Unit office at 541-582-1118 ext. 21.
Yes, animals need to be on a leash at all times while in the park. There is a dog off leash area on the boat ramp side of the park
The park was obtained in two phases. In 1946, Frank L. Tou Velle gave the state of Oregon 35.29 acres for park purposes, and, in 1964, an additional acreage was purchased from the Tou Velle estate. The park is a relatively flat tract of land on both sides of the Rogue River at Bybee Bridge. It is partly tree-covered in oak and poplar and is developed for day use.