Patriotism plays a significant role in Eagle Point with the former Camp White (the remainder portion now houses the Southern Oregon Rehabilitation Center and Clinic) just south of the city and the Eagle Point National Cemetery on the hillside overlooking the community. As the Eagle Point & Upper Rogue Chamber of Commerce was organized, one of its first projects became the Avenue of the Flags. Today flags adorn the main entrance into the community from Highway 62 and Linn Road down Main Street across the Main St. Bridge. Plans call for the flags to continue to the Eagle Point National Cemetery by late spring. This venture gained national attention and the concept has been adopted by many cities. Each flag was a casket flag donated to Avenue of the Flags by family members. In 2003, a Wall of Patriotism was dedicated in the Ashpole Center (adjacent to city hall). There one will find the names of each veteran in whose memory a casket flag was donated, as well as a list of the donors. The display is surrounded by a flag from each branch of the military service. The Avenue of the Flags display is put in place for each patriotic holiday.