Help build the best natural whitewater park in the USA, at Ti'lomihk Falls on the Rogue River, in Gold Hill, Oregon.
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Gold Hill Whitewater Center Inc. is a 501 (c) (3) not-for-profit established to help build the Gold Hill Whitewater Park as well as to build a training center for competitive kayakers and rafters. Ti'lomikh Falls is also an important historic site for the descendants of Takelma Indians, who hold their annual salmon ceremony here. 

Get Involved

Design work and permitting for the whitewater park has begun, and the City of Gold Hill is pushing forward on a parking lot, but there is much more to do. What we really need right now are volunteers to help with planning the King of the Rogue. We also need help setting up the slalom course. Join us!


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On February 25, 2014, '96 Olympic Gold Medalist Oliver Fix joined with '96 Olympic slalom course designer Rick McLaughlin at Ti'lomikh Falls to begin the design process for the whitewater features.


Bridge Building

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Click Photo to Hear Grandma Agnes Baker Pilgrim

The First Salmon Ceremony

On July 1, 2012, a team of Olympic athletes from the Gold Hill Whitewater Center brought Grandma Aggie by raft to the Story Chair. To see the new Oregon Public Broacasting video of the 2013 Salmon Ceremony - as well as  Grandma's epic voyage - click on the picture.

On April 14, 2014, Grandma Aggie and engineer/artist Jim Waddell met at T'lomikh Falls to draw her vision of a "Dragonfly" Bridge for the Rogue River Greenway. The bridge she envisions looks like a dragofly and would be located about 100 yards upstream of the Story Chair.