Welcome to Eagle Point, Oregon
The best of small-town Americana, Eagle Point is a scenic community perched on the edge of Rogue Valley.
Located ten miles northeast of Interstate 5 and six miles northeast of Medford, Oregon, Eagle Point is considered the best of small-town America. Established during the height of the gold rush in the 1850s, Eagle Point has since blossomed into a community-centric place to live with strong family-oriented values.
Home to several historic sites like the Butte flour mill, premier golf courses, breathtaking waterfalls, and one of three Oregon’s National Cemeteries, this charming town offers a little something for everyone. It’s also just a flat-out beautiful place to live as Eagle Point sits on the edge of the Rogue Valley on your way to several lakes, including Lake of the Woods, Fish Lake, Crater Lake, and Diamond Lake.
What to Love
- Strong family values and tight-knit community
- Beautiful scenic views and landscape
- Many hiking opportunities, multi-day and overnight
- Several great golf courses and clubs
People & Lifestyle
Considering its small-town reputation, it shouldn’t come as a surprise that Eagle Point is a quiet and peaceful place to live, ideal for families looking to settle down. From the moment you arrive, you’ll feel welcomed, and it’s not unlikely to see children outside playing in the beautiful local parks and roaming through the neighborhoods.
Everything is conveniently located nearby, and most of the town is walkable and pedestrian-friendly, especially the historic downtown district. Perhaps the most appealing quality is the community and how neighborly people are.
Dining, Entertainment & Shopping
is a historic destination located just minutes away from Union Creek Resort
. This rustic staple is a nice spot to relax and enjoy a slice of homemade pie and other tasty dishes. There’s no better place for breakfast in Eagle Point than Crackin’ & Stackin’
. Pancake aficionados will be particularly impressed with their wide variety of toppings and mix-ins.
Miguel’s Family Mexican Restaurant
has earned a reputation as the go-to establishment for the best and most authentic Mexican food in the valley for the past 20 years. Enjoy a hearty meal with friends and family, including various salsas and mouthwatering entrees.
Things to Do
Located in the Eagle Point Historic District
, Butte Creek Mill
is a popular tourist attraction. The Mill’s legacy was the only water-powered grist mill still operating west of the Mississippi River after opening in 1872. It’s an educational and enriching place to visit that feels like taking a step back in time.
Golfers love the picturesque Eagle Point Golf Club
. This Robert Trent Jones Jr.-designed facility is top-tier and home to an 18-hole, par 72 course. The scenic Stone Ridge Golf Club
is nestled in the Rogue Valley foothills and offers a spectacular golfing experience boasting dazzling views. Eagle Point has several beautiful parks and great opportunities for hiking and rafting. The city is also home to one of only three national cemeteries in Oregon, the Eagle Point National Cemetery.
Eagle Point’s beloved Covered Bridge
is a nationally registered historic landmark. Originally called the Yankee Creek Covered Bridge, the landmark was built to provide safe passage for school children and residents from North Royal Avenue to North Shasta Avenue. The Wood House
is a homestead and museum that showcases a great example of life in the Rogue Valley during the late 1800s.