Grants Pass, OR Trails and Parks

Grants Pass has 27 trails in the vicinity, including 15 for campgrounds and 4 for mountain biking. These trails range from 1.7 to 72.6 miles in length. The most popular trails are Wild Rogue Wilderness Area Trails, Onion Way / Briggs Creek Loop and Chrome Ridge Loop. Trails.com member Daniel S. recently completed Illinois River Trail.
  • Taylor Creek TrailView Trail Details

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    Grants Pass, OR

    • Mountain Biking  
    •  12.3 miles
    •  Guide

    This ride is 12.3 miles long; a 5 mile out-and-back spur (2.5 miles each way) and a 7.3 mile loop. Fit racer types will have little difficulty ...

  • Burnt Timber Trail 1148View Trail Details

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    Grants Pass, OR

    • Mountain Biking  
    •  1.7 miles
    •  Guide

    This ride is well suited to beginning mountain bikers. There is a moderately steep one-quarter-mile climb near the end of the circuit where novices ...

  • Illinois River TrailView Trail Details

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    Grants Pass, OR

    • Hiking  
    •  Moderate
    •  3 to 4 hours
    •  8 miles
    •  Guide

    Take a tour in a rugged gorge carved by the wild and scenic Illinois River. This remote, well-maintained trail follows the Illinois River for ...

  • Wild Rogue Wilderness Area TrailsView Trail Details

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    Grants Pass, OR

    • Hiking  
    •  Easy to Difficult
    •  42.4 miles
    •  Guide

    The rogue river is probably Oregon’s most legendary river, famous for the beauty of its rugged canyon, its whitewater rapids, and the fabulous ...

  • Cedar Flat LoopView Trail Details

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    Grants Pass, OR

    • Road Biking  
    •  Difficult
    •  72.6 miles
    •  Guide

    Actually, this is more like two rides; just look at the elevation profile. It’s basically a nosweat jaunt through the pastoral Applegate ...

  • Grants Pass AreaView Trail Details

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    Grants Pass, OR

    • Birding  
    •  Guide

    Habitats around Grants Pass include the mature woodlands of Siskiyou National Forest, dry chaparral, and the riparian corridor along the scenic ...

  • Onion MountainView Trail Details

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    Grants Pass, OR

    • Off-Highway Drives  
    •  32.2 miles
    •  Guide

    Highlights include beautiful Shan Creek Canyon, and a panorama of Grants Pass and the Rogue Valley followed by Onion Mountain Lookout and an ...

  • Whitehorse County ParkView Trail Details

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    Grants Pass, OR

    • Campgrounds  
    •  Guide

    This fine campground sits on a gentle, wooded hillside above the north bank of the Rogue River. A day-use area claims the lower portion of the ...

  • Valley of the Rogue State ParkView Trail Details

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    Grants Pass, OR

    • Campgrounds  
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    Although you may hear the drone of freeway traffic, this long, sprawling, attractive campground borders a scenic mile on the Rogue River. Altogether, ...

  • Secret CreekView Trail Details

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    Grants Pass, OR

    • Campgrounds  
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    This tiny, forested campground is tucked along pretty Secret Creek. Because the sites are closely spaced, the parking is sharply angled, and ...

  • Schroeder County ParkView Trail Details

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    Grants Pass, OR

    • Campgrounds  
    •  Guide

    This pleasant campground sits on a tree-shaded flat above a day-use area that actually fronts the Rogue River. The camp offers paved sites, tall ...

  • Sam Brown Horse CampView Trail Details

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    Grants Pass, OR

    • Campgrounds  
    •  Guide

    This accommodating horse camp occupies a semi-open forest flat, giving campers and their animals plenty of space and convenient access to the ...

  • Sam BrownView Trail Details

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    Grants Pass, OR

    • Campgrounds  
    •  Guide

    The campsites are arranged in two loops at the perimeter of a fenced meadow: Loop A is forested; Loop B is sunnier, occupying the lower meadow ...

  • Lake Selmac County Park: Osprey LoopView Trail Details

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    Grants Pass, OR

    • Campgrounds  
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    Occupying a gentle, wooded slope, this campground is separated from Lake Selmac by Reeves Creek Road. The glimmer of the lake is nonetheless ...

  • Lake Selmac County Park: Mallard LoopView Trail Details

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    Grants Pass, OR

    • Campgrounds  
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    One of five campground loops on 160-acre Lake Selmac, this loop offers a choice of grassy or wooded sites set back from the lake. You will find ...

  • Lake Selmac County Park: Heron and Teal LoopsView Trail Details

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    Grants Pass, OR

    • Campgrounds  
    •  Guide

    Among the campground loops on Lake Selmac, these two tent areas occupy a plateau of firs, pines, and madrones. Some sites offer parking above ...

  • Lake Selmac County Park: Eagle LoopView Trail Details

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    Grants Pass, OR

    • Campgrounds  
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    One of five campground loops on 160-acre Lake Selmac, this tent-camping area occupies a wooded plateau above the lake. A steep 50-foot slope ...

  • Indian Mary County ParkView Trail Details

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    Grants Pass, OR

    • Campgrounds  
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    This showplace campground on the Rogue River offers sweeping, tidy grounds and great river access. Its three camping areas are spread across ...

  • Griffin County ParkView Trail Details

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    Grants Pass, OR

    • Campgrounds  
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    You will find this lovely tree-shaded campground on a gentle slope along the south bank of the Rogue River. Lower sites overlook a broad gravel ...

  • Elderberry FlatView Trail Details

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    Grants Pass, OR

    • Campgrounds  
    •  Guide

    This out-of-the-way campground serves motorcycle and off-highway-vehicle enthusiasts, so you can expect it to be loud and dusty. A forest of ...

  • Big PineView Trail Details

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    Grants Pass, OR

    • Campgrounds  
    •  Guide

    This fine family campground is stretched across a forested flat along the banks of Myers Creek. Some magnificent firs and pines tower above the ...

  • Alameda County ParkView Trail Details

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    Grants Pass, OR

    • Campgrounds  
    •  Guide

    This campground occupies a large flat along the Rogue Wild and Scenic River. Random oaks and ponderosa pines along with a few madrones shade ...

  • Middle Rogue RiverView Trail Details

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    Grants Pass, OR

    • Fishing  
    •  Best Way to Fish: boat, bank, wading
    •  Guide

    The 90-plus-mile segment of the Rogue River from Gold Ray Dam, near Gold Hill, to its confluence with the Illinois River near Agness, is considered ...

  • Rogue River: Grave Creek to Foster BarView Trail Details

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    Grants Pass, OR

    • Whitewater Kayaking & Canoeing  
    •  35 miles
    •  Guide

    This run on the Rogue is one of the best-known whitewater runs in the United States. Flowing through the Siskiyou Mountains northwest of Grants ...

  • Chrome Ridge LoopView Trail Details

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    Grants Pass, OR

    • Mountain Biking  
    •  20.5 miles
    •  Guide

    This is a demanding 20.5 mile ride. Pleasant views from the ridge and an exciting descent highlight the gravel road riding on this outing. The ...