City Parks

Anna Classick Bicentennial Park: Developed in 1976 to provide a low maintenance, high usage park that is centrally located in town on Pine Street. This is a day use park, offering tennis courts, a handball court, horseshoe pits, half basketball court, picnic and play area, and a restroom. It also houses an old log cabin, which is the oldest house in Rogue River, built by Mr. Robertson following the Civil War, circa 1876. Included also is a walking bridge crossing Evans Creek to Palmerton Park. The park was named in honor of former City Councilor and original coordinator of "Tree City USA," Anna Classick.  
Palmerton Park: Located on West Evans Creek Road, this five (5) acre park is also an arboretum, with facilities for group picnics, a playground for small children, and restrooms. The park's unique features include over 80 species of trees from many remote places in the world, intricate rock work that forms a walkway and wall where running water forms a pond for wildlife, and a year-round walking bridge constructed of cable, which spans Evans Creek connecting it to Anna Classick Bicentennial Park. Palmerton Park is available to rent for events such as weddings, reunions, birthday parties, and company picnics. The park was donated to the City by the Palmerton Family.  

 Fleming Park:
Riparian Plant Guide

 Rooster Park: The City of Rogue River has developed a Master Plan for Rooster Park and applications for grants have been submitted. Click on the link below for a power point side of our master plan!