A ride through old-growth forest (a mix of hardwood and conifer) and along 7 miles of the Rogue river including a 3-mile stretch with the Wild & Scenic designation. At the turnaround point there is Singing Springs Resort where you can get food and water. This also provides the opportunity to make the ride into a two-day event with an overnight stop here.
Caution, this is a Development Route. It has not been fully vetted or ridden by the Dirty Freehub Team. Go prepared and expect a bit more adventure. Any feedback you have would be much appreciated. You can leave it below in the comments block.
Powers County Park. Water. Flush Toilets. Camping.
Lat / Long: 42.894071, -124.077554
Course by Tour de Frond. They run this route as an organized ride with full support each June.
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Camping. There is camping at Powers County Park. The park is open year-round for RV, cabin or tent camping. The campground consists of 70 campsites, 40 RV sites with electrical and water hookups, 30 sites that are ideal for tent camping; the park has 3 cabins that you can reserve, handicap accessible restrooms with flush toilets, warm showers and a sanitary disposal station are conveniently located.