799 Berrydale Avenue
Located at 799 Berrydale Avenue, this 49 acre parcel once housed the City's sewer treatment plant. Seven developed acres now encompasses the round concrete settling tank , which is storage for several of the clubs which operate at the site. Today the site is home to Medford's Railroad Park!
Park Amenities & History:
Ride Miniature "Built To Scale" Steam Trains
Railroad Park Pavillion
You can reserve the Railroad Park Pavilion through the City of Medford Parks and Recreation Department. Reserving the Railroad Park Pavilion does not include access to ride the miniature steam trains. A partially covered area separated from the attractions by a chain link fence. Although there is no electricity available, a restroom is close by. You can also access the Bear Creek Greenway from here.
Click here to learn more about reserving one of Medford Parks and Recreation park spaces or pavilions. To make a reservation call 541-774-2400.
Railroad Park History
In 1979 an agreement was made with the City of Medford and the S.O. Chapter of the National Railway Historical Society to begin development of this unique park. This unique attraction is operated by: the Southern Oregon Chapter of the National Railway Historical Society; the Southern Oregon Live Steamers; the Morse Telegraph Club; the Rogue Valley Model Railroad Club; and the Medford Garden Railroaders. Park attractions include: full size cars, a caboose, a hopper car, Medco's "Four Spot" Willamette Locomotive, HO Scale Track/Trains in the clubhouse, a working telegraph system to send and receive telegrams in the compound, and an operating outdoor Garden Railway.
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An Aerial of Railroad Park showing layout of area.