Rogue River – Siskiyou National Forest is a national forest occupying parts of the states of Oregon and California. Spanning across a vast area of 1,723,179 acres (697,346 hectares), most of the forest winds along the picturesque Rogue River. Due to its vast expanse, several recreation facilities like hiking, fishing, biking, scenic drives, wildlife viewing, climbing and winter sports, to name a few, are available in the forest. Spend a wonderful day in the lap of nature with your family as you explore its lush green environs, enjoy a leisurely picnic, or rent a cabin and spend the night under a scintillating sky above the forest greens.
The Isaac Lee Patterson Bridge is an iconic monument across the Rouge river, falls on U.S. Route 101. Connecting the towns of Gold Beach and Wedderburn in Oregon, the Bridge was the first Freyssinet method of arch construction, promoted and encouraged by the then governor of Oregon - Isaac Lee Patterson. Thus, the structure is named after him. In 2005, the stunning concrete arch bridge was inscribed on the National Register of Historic Places. Driving on this historical Bridge will surely be an enthralling experience.