Spend a day in the caves and on the surrounding trails, then relax at night in the beautiful, rustic Chateau at the Oregon Caves. Oregon Caves National Monument cave tours are available from mid-April through early November. The Chateau at the Oregon Caves is open from May through September.
The Oregon Shakespeare Festival is a regional repertory theater in Ashland, Oregon, spread out over two indoor theaters and the crown jewel outdoor Allen Elizabethan Theatre. The OSF is one of the premier Shakespeare festivals in the entire
Rogue Wilderness Adventures is your gateway to the unmatched, pristine beauty of the Rogue River wilderness area. Rogue Wilderness Adventures has been a leader in adventure travel on Oregon's Rogue River for 40 years. The Rogue River was the nation's first river to be designated Wild and Scenic by the federal government. The Rogue is home to world famous rapids of Rainie Falls, Upper and Lower Black Bar Falls, and Blossom Bar.
This little town is bursting with appeal. The historical town of Jacksonville, Oregon is located about fifteen miles north of Ashland and only about 7 miles west of Medford by taking exit 30 from Interstate 5 in Medford.
Whether you are visiting Southern Oregon and the Rogue Valley, or are fortunate enough to live here, stopping by Wildlife Images in Grants Pass and taking a tour is a fun and educational way to spend a couple of hours. Wildlife Images is a non-profit "living laboratory" for the care and treatment of sick, injured or orphaned wildlife.
Hellgate Jetboat Excursions draws nearly 85,000 people every season, which runs from May through September. Visitors from all over the world make Grants Pass their destination in order to board a Hellgate Jetboat's propeller-less boat that glides just inches above the water's surface.
Vacationers who come to Southern Oregon will often fall in love with the incredible Cascade Mountains. With its thick green forests and fertile valleys, Oregon is a land of rivers, lakes, and waterfalls. People who love adventure, outdoor activities and expansive, wide-open unspoiled spaces plan their vacations in Oregon. If you like to hike, there is no better place in the world for hiking and backpacking than Southern Oregon.
When Mt Mazama was destroyed by a volcanic eruption more than 7000 years ago, the volcano's collapsed caldera eventually filled with water from rain and snow melt, giving us a mountain lake of unparalleled beauty. Today Crater Lake is the deepest lake in the United States, with a depth of more than 1,900 feet. It is also considered the cleanest and clearest lake in the world, fed only by rain and snow, without a drop of water coming from any river or
Britt Music & Arts Festival is the Pacific Northwest's premier outdoor summer performing arts festival. Located in the historic 1850's gold rush town of Jacksonville, Oregon, Britt presents dozens of summer concerts, featuring world-class artists in classical music, jazz, blues, folk, bluegrass, world, pop and country music.
Southern Oregon produces some awesome wines and enough variety to satisfy most tastes. There is everything here from traditional reds and whites, to wines from the Rhone region of France, to specialties like fruit & herbal flavors that are truly unique. It's always fun to drive around the Rogue Valley and take in all the beauty of its mountains, rivers and valleys that seem to never end.
There are few rivers as eye-catching as the Rogue River. Whether someone is visiting the Rogue Valley as part of an Oregon vacation, just passing through to get from one place to another, or is a valley resident going about their daily business, it's hard to ignore the beauty and the presence of the Rogue River as it winds its way through a number of Southern Oregon cities and towns.
This is a small city like few others that you'll find on the West Coast. Located near the Oregon—California border in Southern Oregon, Ashland is a small-town cultural and recreational mecca renown for its annual Oregon Shakespeare Festival. OSF draws nearly 500,000 visitors to Ashland annually for their theatre season which runs from February through November.
TreeHouse Treesort - Ziplines - Horseback Riding - River Rafting and a whole lot more. Say hello to Oregon's only treehouse lodging resort. A TREESORT! Where adults can come to be kids, and kids come to have fun. A place where you not only get to spend the night in your own 4-star treehouse, but can also engage the land and beauty of the Siskiyou National Forest.
The natural environment and beauty of the Rogue River Canyon is brought to you up close and personal as a passenger of Jerry's Rogue Jets. The river corridors possess outstanding scenic, recreational, geologic, wildlife, historic and cultural values.
Warning: This story may make you thirsty! When Bert Grant opened the first microbrew pub in Yakima's old opera house in Washington state in 1982, Portland Oregon was already establishing a thirst to join what would later become a craft beer boom in the Pacific Northwest by creating single-gallon small batches in homes, garages and dorm rooms.
Named the Best Festival in the World in 2007 and 2011 by the International Festivals and Events Association, the Rose Festival isn't a celebration reserved only for rose-lovers. It's a veritable garden of great events and activities that bloom for weeks in late May and early June.
Boatnik is an annual event held over the Memorial Day weekend and kicks off the start of the summer season in Southern Oregon. The Rogue River running through Grants Pass has been home to the Boatnik Festival since 1959.
Established in 1972, Rogue Klamath River Adventures has over 30 years of rafting experience. Some of their guides were among the very first to navigate the waters of the Rogue and Klamath rivers. They know the rivers inside and out and they are well trained in providing their clients with the safest
Indigo Creek’s brewery tours leave from Ashland, Oregon Thursday through Sunday. This is a tour for the craft beer lover. In a state known for its sheer volume of breweries, Southern Oregon is taking the beer industry by storm and there is no better place for beer tasting flights than this brewery tour of the incredible nano and micro breweries here in the Rogue Valley. During this tour, you'll visit four breweries in five hours.
May through August. Oregon rafting trips on the Rogue River and North Umpqua River. Founded in 1969, Orange Torpedo Trips has been providing whitewater rafting adventures on the Rogue and North Umpqua Rivers for over four decades. Orange Torpedo's ability to cater to the unique levels of excitement desired from each member in your family or group allows them to create the perfect white water rafting vacation.
Can you imagine a world without toffee? Long before Cary and his wife Jan opened Cary's of Oregon in 2001 selling their soft-crunch, richly flavored toffee treats in a small store in Grants Pass, Oregon, the two of them along with their three daughters began perfecting the art of making delicious toffee as part of a fun and pleasurable family activity during the holidays.
The Rogue Valley is a classic car wonderland and presents some awesome car shows that give people a chance to look back on their own hot-rodding past or to keep their dream of future hot rod fun alive.
Noah's River Adventures can help get you where you want to go. Noah's continues to do it better, safer, have more fun, and provide more entertainment than anyone else around. Noah's Rafting gives its guests more than a ride down a river.
There are nearly two dozen golf courses in the Rogue Valley and many more spread throughout Southern Oregon. Courses range from par 72, 18-hole championship designs to family-friendly, yet challenging, 9-hole layouts that allow golfers to take in the immense beauty that makes up the entire state of Oregon. So get out and enjoy the best weather in the Pacific Northwest all year long.
Trained volunteers at 24 Whale Watching Spoken Here sites help visitors spot gray whales during the winter and spring annual migrations. The volunteers are on duty 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. to help visitors see the marine animals and offer information about their migration.
Oregon has the largest collection of covered bridges in the West and one of the largest in the nation. Covered bridge building in Oregon dates from the 1850's. Out of necessity, pioneers built with the materials at hand.
Ever been inside a lighthouse, or been intrigued by the history and the mystery of lighthouses and how they work? Want to see what it would feel like to be inside the steep, narrow stairwell of a haunted lighthouse? You're in luck! The Oregon coast has some of the country's most beautiful lighthouses, and most of them are open to the public and only a day trip away.
Great Cats World Park is an exciting and interactive woodland in which staff and trainers give you a personal guided tour while interacting with the predators to bring out their natural and instinctive behaviors. The staff will conduct exhibitions that demonstrate the incredible athletic abilities of the cats and leave visitors astonished by demonstrations of pure strength and agility.
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David Nelson Band
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Steve Miller Band
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Michael Franti & Spearhead
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