| ||JoCo Host Application ( 276.79 kb )|
JoCo Host Application
| ||JoCoParks ( 276.79 kb )|
| ||Rogue Clean up ( 198.54 kb )|
Rogue River Clean up
| ||Movies in the Park ( 410.46 kb )|
Movies in the Park
| ||Tom Pearce Disc Golf Map ( 273.04 kb )|
Tom Pearce Disc Golf Map
| ||Selmac Map ( 536.18 kb )|
| ||Parks Administration Vision ( 12.9 kb )|
The Park Administration provides support services i.e., customer service, reservation system, budgeting, and files management inorder to provide a safe and healthly environment for those who utilize our parks.
| ||Applegate Wayside Vision ( 10.07 kb )|
East of Murphy, on the bank of the Applegate River, the Applegate Wayside, although undeveloped, has been a popular swimming and fishing spot for years. Williams Highway swings close to the stream at the property. Bank access is on County Forestry property while most of the Parks ownership is in the bed of the river and on the north side.
| ||Almeda Park Vision ( 22.84 kb )|
Almeda Park provides a relatively unstructured camping and day-use destination for river oriented recreation. The master plan concentrates on this concept, but recommends improvements that will meet user needs and upgrade park equipment and facilities.
| ||Burch Drive Vision ( 10.62 kb )|
Burch Drive is located next to Redwood Highway (Hwy199) at the crossing over the East Fork Illinois River. This site is an attractive wooded area with great potential as a day-use area. Currently, the site is a popular swimming area for locals.
| ||Cathedral Hills Vision ( 11.85 kb )|
Cathedral Hills Park is a popular place for hiking, biking and horseback riding that is close to Grants Pass. It is a combination of BLM and Parks lands that requires cooperation and coordination
between the two agencies. This park features an attractive wooded area with approximately five miles of trails.
| ||Chinook Park Vision ( 11.68 kb )|
Chinook Park has much of the character of a neighborhood park. It has earned the love and guardianship of its neighbors, yet it attracts a steady flow of local visitors and tourists year around. Situated along a deep, somewhat quiet pool, the park offers opportunities for fishing, swimming, picnicking, bird watching and boating. The eventual removal of Savage Rapids Dam will greatly increase the importance of this river access as boaters begin enjoying a previously unavailable reach of river.
| ||Jubilee Park Vision ( 11.87 kb )|
Jubilee Park is located in the center of the City of Cave Junction. Owned and maintained by the City, the park is the center of many community activities including the annual Blackberry Festival and softball tournaments. It is also a place for family picnics, skateboarding, horseshoe pitching and just relaxing. The park is beautifully maintained by the City and has undergone some improvements in recent years such as a bandstand.
| ||Dog Park Vision (Schroeder Park) ( 7.26 kb )|
The greater Grants Pass area desires a special place where residents can allow their dogs to exercise and interact with other pets. The small softball field at Schroeder Park is too small for competitive games and could serve as a location for such a facility.
It is of adequate size and location for such a development. Also see the Vision Statement for Schroeder Park.
| ||Ennis Riffle Vision ( 10.05 kb )|
Ennis Riffle Park can best be described as a large gravel bar situated along the Rogue River. This park offers visitors a primitive camping experience with few amenities. A boat launching ramp, restroom and an undeveloped host site comprise existing developments. An outstanding feature of the park is Ennis Riffle, popular for summer steelhead fly fishing.
| ||Esquestrian Vision ( 9.05 kb )|
To preserve, enhance, and build new opportunities for equine recreation and business.
| ||Ferry Park Vision ( 11 kb )|
This park occupies the site of a historic ferry slip that transported Josephine Counties early settlers across the Rogue River. It is now a popular spot for salmon and steelhead anglers to fish from the bank, or the launch or load their boats. This park is small in size and lacks the multiple use attributes of many other parks.
| ||Fish Hatchery Park Vision ( 16.18 kb )|
Visitors to the park can choose from a variety of daytime, year around activities including swimming, hiking, and fishing. Their visit is enhanced by selected facilities that provide accessibility, safely, sanitation, and educational benefits while maintaining the ecological values of the park.
| ||Galice Boat Landing Vision ( 6.01 kb )|
The Galice Boat Landing is a heavily used river access site built on property leased from the Galice Resort. The site is small which precludes extensive development, consequently, many users must park along the Merlin-Galice Road. Rather than expending additional expenses by the Parks Department it is recommended that this facility be turned over to the Galice Resort/Hellgate Excursion interests for operation and maintenance.
| ||Granite Hill Cemetery Vision ( 10.72 kb )|
Granite Hill Cemetery is a self-care cemetery that offers options not found in modern manicured alternatives. One of Josephine County’s oldest cemeteries, Granite Hill has many graves of historical interest and should be maintained in such a manner to promote its uniqueness. It is a peaceful, aesthetically pleasing facility where the family and friends of deceased loved ones can enjoy the serenity, or pause to meditate.