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Courier Cam on the Rogue

The Courier Cam on the Rogue River is located near the Grants Pass Parkway, looking down at the river from the city’s water filtration plant across from Baker Park.

The Daily Courier’s five cameras are the largest network of webcams in Josephine County and all of Southern Oregon with live streaming video and it’s perfect for checking out rafters or birds, watching summer sunsets, seeing what the weather’s like in Grants Pass, or creating a beautiful window to the river in your home or office.

A partnership with high-speed Internet provider Hunter Communications has made it possible to support the massive bandwidth requirements for the Daily Courier’s five cameras.

Check out our other web cams
Downtown camera Bridge camera Critter camera 1 Critter camera 2

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The following comments are from the readers of In no way do they represent the views of The Daily Courier or Comments will not be posted immediately, but will be approved and post periodically throughout the day. Thank you for your participation.

Web director 1/20/2017 10:23:09 am
Dennis, You need Flash Player to be able to view the cameras.

Dennis misner 1/19/2017 5:47:12 pm
I can not get critter cam on my tablet.Whats up with that?

sc 1/15/2017 1:40:07 pm
the greenies would protest cutting down a tree!!!

jerry p 1/14/2017 10:33:54 am
I would like the cam to look more down river and not so much across the river.

MikeW 1/11/2017 10:09:23 am
They should call it the raging rogue. the best view is in the winter when most of the leaves are off the trees.

fish 1/8/2017 5:06:01 pm
River is blowing out. Wont be fishable for weeks.

fish 1/8/2017 5:05:13 pm
River is blowing out. Wont be fishable for weeks.

ENVY ME 1/7/2017 2:19:58 pm
The river has that wonderful steelhead green look. Won't be long now.

jerry p 1/5/2017 10:50:14 am
Very nice day with snow on the ground.

MikeW 12/15/2016 1:25:48 pm
May the raging river will remove some of these trees, we can only hope.

Colleen Zimmerman (Big Red) 12/15/2016 10:22:56 am
The river is sure high this morning. Lots of debris floating by. Stay safe everyone.

MikeW 10/17/2016 10:58:04 am
I'm surprised nobody has cut that tree down, it looks like an invasive spieces.

Tammie Bellon 10/16/2016 3:25:09 pm
Since no one will trim the tree, can the camera be moved so we can actually see the river?

Lindy 7/30/2016 11:16:28 am
How do you get to view the cameras I click on the pictures, with nothing happening?

Miss the Rogue 6/28/2016 1:04:42 pm
I went to Baker Park, walked down to the water's edge, looked at the river with my own eyes. Kept walking into the river. Sat in my innertube. Floated under Caveman Bridge which can be seen compliments of the Taprock Camera and The Daily Courier. Now I'm 700 miles away and can't easily feel, smell, (or taste) the river. <sigh>

Envy me 6/25/2016 10:56:25 am
You should do like me , walk to Baker Park and look down river to see what the tree hides.

Wayne D 6/7/2016 9:11:50 am
Take river cam and place it forward of the tree so we can see down river. It's either that or cut down the tree so we can view. As it is all we get is a colorful tree surrounding some water.

IRONDUKE 6/2/2016 2:48:24 pm
Never mind, Bill. I remembered to right click then hit Zoom out. Take care.

IRONDUKE 6/1/2016 6:43:10 pm
Thanks Bill. I tried it and it works. How do you get a close up??

Bill Marcus 5/31/2016 9:59:32 am
Ironduke, actually you can up to a point. Use "contrl +" then adjust the center positioning to center the view.

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