The remote rural gem of Rogue River nestles into the banks of the legendary river of the same name, in the heart of tree-covered mountains and leafy streets. It's a small place with a strong community and plenty of outdoor attractions and things to explore along the famous river (designated Wild and Scenic since 1968).
White water rafting is very popular at Rogue River with a reputation as one of the best places to raft in the world. If that does't thrill you then try the jet boat excursion through Hellgate canyon.
If you prefer a more mellow tempo, fishing for steelhead and trout in the clear waters is another popular activity here. A visit to the river and you are likely to see all kinds of bird life and animals, wild horses, eagles, osprey, bears and mountain lions, and if you come out of season you'll experience the true natural serenity of the river. Another way to experience the wonder of the river is hiking the Rogue River trails catching incredible views of the natural beauty of the region.
In summer you'll experience the crowds who flock here for rafting adventures, but in spring you'll be pretty much alone and it can be a beautiful time to see the river at its finest.
This climate histogram shows you the weather patterns in Rogue River. The warmest months in Rogue River are May and June, when temperatures reach 108 ˚F. The coolest month is February, when temperatures drop to 20 ˚F. The wettest month in Rogue River is December with 3.43 inches of rain, while the driest month is September with 0.46 inches of rain.
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