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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.

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

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Downtown camera Bridge camera Critter camera 2

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JTownsend 3/21/2024 8:25:33 am
Sure enjoy the baby duckies and their Mom swimming around near the banks every day! Little fluffy white dots, but I know what they are! Thank you for this live camera, just wish I could save some photos from it.

Jan 3/2/2024 7:52:40 am
Let's build a snowman on the banks of the Rogue!

Chuck Margaroli 1/28/2024 9:09:51 am
Glad to see the river again. Just unplugged...sometimes it's just simple....

Mark 1/23/2024 3:03:01 pm
Classic. The comment from January 22 is hilarious. The camera was shut down because the Courier is afraid of being exposed because they removed "all the dams." The people at the newspaper removed "all the dams." Turns out a modem got unplugged. Instead of thinking there might be an internet outage, kooks cook up a conspiracy theory. It should be embarrassing, but they've moved on to the next conspiracy.

Web director 1/23/2024 2:34:34 pm
Our modem at the water filtration plant got unplugged, so the camera stopped streaming. We got it plugged back in a couple hours ago.

1/22/2024 11:47:42 am
Why did you turn off rouge river cameras. Afraid of being exposed. You removed all the dams. Flooding next.

Chuck Margaroli 3/28/2023 6:43:44 pm
Glad to see the river up. My Sister lives right on the river and she is happy too!

jerryp 3/10/2023 3:24:33 pm
The river is up today. Lots of snow and rain. NICE.

JC Townsend 7/20/2022 7:33:09 am
Love this cam...and all the summer activity to watch each time I take a peek. Thanks for sharing.

ironduke 7/22/2021 5:28:26 pm
in 1947 7th street was a dirt road on my end. We were the last house before the river, behind the grammar school.Precious memories.

Kathryn 6/30/2021 3:48:02 pm
I get so homesick when I see this pic of the river. My little brother and I used to fish and swim here all summer. The really good old days.

Kim 11/27/2020 7:55:10 am
Is it possible to livestream on Youtube like most other places do now? It's so sad to lose these awesome cams!

10/31/2020 1:01:41 pm
The river is low. Hope it rains soon.

Bill Marcus 4/27/2020 1:58:14 pm
Camera is perfect now. Everybody live with it.

Web director 4/20/2020 4:57:15 pm
We're having difficulties reaching our River Cam, since we need to set up a time with the water filtration plant staff to go over and try to fix the problem. We'll try to get this camera back online as soon as possible.

John 12/12/2019 8:36:57 am
Anyway you can change the direction of the camera facing up river overlooking the bridge and Mount Baldy?

Hawk 9/1/2019 1:45:40 pm
There are many kayakers on the water today. 81 at 1:44pm. Stay Safe.

Hawk 8/27/2019 3:59:53 pm
It got to 100 degrees at 3:55pm today. There are quite a few folks having a good time in/on the water. Be Safe.

Hawk 8/7/2019 4:53:22 pm
It's 90 today. I've seen several folks cooling off in the river today. Perfect day for it. Be CareFul though. Wear a PFD (vest)

Breather 7/27/2019 1:21:01 pm
Was planning on attending the 50's celebration but the cameras are all showing heavy smoke so I'm staying home and staying alive.

 
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