To restore Ti’lomikh Falls on the Rogue River in Gold Hill as a regional gathering place
that reminds us that we are each—in our own way—"people of the river"
To make the Gold Hill Whitewater Park accessible to more people in a variety of watercraft
by modifying the hazardous rapids in the channel known as Mugger’s Alley
To support events and programs including
the Salmon Ceremony, King of the Rogue Race, and Find Yourself on the Water
To create a venue worthy of holding the 2028 Olympic Whitewater events
Gold Hill Whitewater Center
1275 Upper River Rd.
Gold Hill, OR 97525
The Gold Hill Whitewater Park at Ti'lomikh Falls is about one mile from Exit 40 (Gold Hill) on Interstate 5. To get to the park, take Exit 40 and follow the signs for Ti'lomikh Falls to the new parking lot on Highway 234.
The Whitewater Center is on private property on the opposite side of the river from the new public parking lot. To get to the center, take Exit 40 toward Gold Hill. Turn left at Blackwell Road (99) and immediately turn right onto Upper River Road (under the railroad bridge). After one mile you will see Ti'lomikh Falls on your left. Stop and see the Salmon Ceremony monument. The Center is 200 yards upstream. Parking for the Center is in the field across the street.