Medford Railroad Park

The Medford Railroad park combines  11/2" scale live steam train rides, an operating HO scale model railroad layout, displays of full size railroad equipment used in the area, a garden railway (G scale) layout and a working exhibit of Morse telegraphy.  Admission to the park is free, however, donations are welcome to help finance further development  at the Park.  It is open to the public on the second and forth Sundays from April through October between the hours of 11:00 AM and 3:00 PM.

Directions to the Park:  Take Interstate 5 to Exit 30.  Head west into town (toward the Rogue Valley Mall) on Hwy 62 (Crater Lake Hwy.)  Get in the right hand lane and turn right onto North Pacific Hwy (Hwy 99) then, still in the right lane, onto West Table Rock Road .  Continue on West Table Rock Road, which turns into Table Rock Road, to the first light (Berrydale).  Turn right, stay to the left of the chain link fence (entrance to Fire Station 4) and you will enter the Railroad Park parking lot.  The main gate takes you to the live steam trains, historical equipment displays, the garden railway display and the Morse telegraphers.  The yellow building at the far end of the parking lot houses the HO trains.

    Mapquest map of Railroad Park
Medford, Oregon

Medford Railroad Park Groups
Southern Oregon Live Steamers
Nearly a mile of track running several trains at a time pulled by various live steam and "diesel" locomotives. 
Southern Oregon Chapter National Railway Historical Society
Willamette geared steam locomotive undergoing extensive rebuilding.  Numerous pieces of full sized railroad equipment, restored or being restored. Three cars open to the publec.
Rogue Valley Model Railroad Club
Large modular layout running multiple trains and a permanent layout under construction that will represent a railroad from Medford to Klamath Falls.
Morse Telegraphy Club
A working exhibit of telegraphy: the way railroads communicated a hundred years ago.
Southern Oregon Large Scale Trains
A permanent outdoor G scale layout at the park and a modular layout for train shows.