Located just 9 miles south of Grants Pass and 21 miles north of Medford in Jackson County, Oregon, Rogue River reported a population of 2,266 in 2016. Named for the river (one of eight in the United States designated as Wild and Scenic) that runs through this small Southern Oregon town, the rural town of Rogue River is just .9 square miles in area. Rafting, hiking, and boating are popular activities in the area and world-class fishing is available throughout the year. Wooded, multi-acre lots are common throughout the area; most parcels are surrounded by the natural beauty of the region.
Rogue River is home to several renowned wineries as well as the Palmerton Arboretum. This former nursery contains 90 species of trees and shrubs from around the world. Admission is free and entrance includes access to a duck pond, playground, and picnic area. The median listing price of homes for sale in Rogue River in 2017 was $335,000.