The Rogue River National Forest was established by President Theodore Roosevelt in 1908. The name Rogue River commemorates the Takeima Indians, whose defense of their homeland led early-day French-Canadian trappers to call them les Croguins, "the Rogues". Surrounding much of the Rogue Valley in southwestern Oregon, the 630,000-acre Rogue River National Forest (which includes about 53,800 acres in California) provides a rich diversity of scenery and recreational opportunities. This map details trails and roads along with points of interest and wilderness tips.
Features: Paper. 2003. Scale: 1:126,720. 4 x 9 in. folded. 27 x 40 in. unfolded.