Lost Creek Lake To Gold Ray Dam

This section of the Rogue is a good beginner or intermediate section.  Floaters can choose several different access points to make day runs.  Even though this stretch is mellow, users should always keep an eye out for wood hazards (especially in spring time or after heavy rains with flood potential).

Suggested river levels for paddling this section of the Rogue River are between a bare minimum of 700cfs and a high of 3,500cfs. River conditions sourced from USGS 14337600, the Rogue River Near Mcleod Remember only watercraft are permitted at Lost Creek Lake to Gold Ray Dam.

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Whitewater Rapids

Obstacles on the river run
Highway Hole Rapid
Class II to II+
Island Rapids
Class II- to II
Cable Hole Rapid
Class I to II-
Trail Creek Rapid
Class II- to II
Jackson Falls
Class II to II+
Rattlesnake Rapid
Class II- to II

Area Hydrology

Gauge Streamflow Stage
N.Umpqua R Blw Warm Springs Ck Nr Toketee Falls
USGS 14313700
143 cfs 5.6 ft
Rogue River At Grants Pass
USGS 14361500
2,210 cfs 2.0 ft
Rogue River At Raygold Near Central Point
USGS 14359000
1,780 cfs 1.5 ft
Klamath R Bl Iron Gate Dam Ca
USGS 11516530
1,130 cfs 2.3 ft
North Umpqua R Bl Lemolo Lk Nr T Falls
USGS 14313500
87 cfs 4.7 ft
Klamath River Blw John C.Boyle Pwrplnt
USGS 11510700
380 cfs 2.9 ft
North Umpqua River At Toketee Falls Oreg.
USGS 14315500
449 cfs 4.9 ft
Fish Creek Abv Slipper Creek Nr Toketee Falls
USGS 14315950
527 cfs 6.1 ft
Applegate River Near Copper
USGS 14362000
124 cfs 1.2 ft
Clearwater R Ab Trap Cr Nr T Falls
USGS 14314500
69 cfs 3.6 ft
Snotel Site Snowpack 24hr Change
crater lake national park hq
101.98" -4.48"