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Old 08-29-2015, 06:15 PM   #15
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Personally I would elect to stay at Valley of The Rogue state park just North of Medford. Easy on/off some pull through sites. All in all you won't find anything much better. The only other place we have ever stayed was Holiday RV Park in Phoenix. A nice park but spaces are tight and there is a lot more road noise. Plus it only gets you 14 miles further South than the state park.
I'm in Holiday RV park right now. It's a decent park with easy on easy off the fwy and its full every night but Its pretty close for my 37ft. We had to call the office because the 1st site they put us in was just too small so I don't think you'd like it with your rig.
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Old 08-29-2015, 06:19 PM   #16
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Go north east out of town on 62 to Shady Cove and stay at the Rouge River RV Park, we staid there for a week last year. It is right on the Rouge River, very nice, easy drive back into Medford if you need anything.
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I stayed at Rouge River RV Park earlier this month and it really is nice. Some pull through sites, full hookups and will handle big rigs with toads without unhooking in some sites. 7 Feathers looks really great but I only fueled up while heading north. I would suggest with one of the above as their wasn't much after Medford.


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