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Denman Interpretive Trail at Touvelle State Park


A nice park on the Rogue River. It’s not the place I’d go to hang out with young kids, because the river is pretty fast at this point in the river. It is a good place to start from if you’re going to float the river – you’ll go right past the Table Rocks (and the sewer outlet, but don’t worry it’s been cleaned and all the floaters have been eaten by microbes). The Interpretive Trail is the highlight of the park –– this is a nice easy hike that starts at the end of the parking area. I walked it with my daughter in a stroller. This trail takes you along the river, and then you turn right and walk along a road away from the river for about a half mile and back to the trail on the right (it’s marked) which then goes through some wet lands back towards the parking area. At one point in the wet lands area there are two different trails to choose from; they both end up in the same place. People hunt in this area in the fall, so be careful. 

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