Roxy Ann Peak

3030 Roxy Ann Rd
Medford, OR 97504

Roxy Ann Peak is an old dormant volcano that sits in the middle of the Rogue Valley. The slopes are tree and brush covered. The lower south and west slopes are being developed as high dollar residential areas for the City of Medford. Roxy Ann Peak sits in the center of Prescott Park and this park has been left with natural vegetation. There is a good access road and there are some trails in the upper part of the park. Cougars, bears, deer, and rattlesnakes have all been seen in the park. 

Roxy Ann Peak was named for the wife of an early pioneer family who owned property on the slopes of the mountain. Prescott Park was named for Constable George J. Prescott who was shot in the line of duty in 1937. The park today covers 1,720 acres.

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