Join us this fall for a leisurely stroll through TouVelle Park to see the salmon return to their home waters in the Rogue River!
Chinook salmon are born in tributaries and the main stem of the Rogue and then make their way to the Pacific Ocean where they spend years feeding. Eventually they will return to their birth place after battling their way up the Rogue River. Every fall, we are lucky enough to see them at the end of their journey home.
These strolls are easy, at your own pace walks along the River to find the best spot to see salmon. We will meet in the parking lot and then move to a gathering spot in the park to talk about these amazing fish and their life cycle as well as what Rogue Riverkeeper is doing to help protect them. Then we will walk along the park trails to look for salmon!
Salmon strolls are free and great for people of all ages. We hope you can join us!