Known as the "Jewel of the Upper Rogue," Shady Cove is home to almost 3,000 people. With the city just 2 square miles, it holds a unique charm for its residents, nearly 700 of them families.
Near the Rogue-Umpqua National Scenic Byway, Shady Cove offers a variety of outdoor activities including whitewater rafting, wildlife watching and fishing.
Just a short 45-minute drive away, Crater Lake National Park attracts visitors from all over the world to see the deep blue wonder. With ranger-led snowshoe walks during the winter and quick dips in the summer, it is a place for everyone to see. Whether it's spending the night in the Crater Lake Lodge, or setting up a tent on one of Mazama's 200 campgrounds, there are plenty of options for any visitor.