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Welcome

to Southern Oregon’s Rogue Valley. Our ‘journey’ highlights the sights, sounds ties. and tastes of Josephine and Jackson Coun Rogue River near Gold Hill.

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Adventures & Activities....................................2-5 Art & Artifacts...................................................6-7 Wine Tour.........................................................8-9 Grants Pass and Vicinity...............................10-11 Medford and Vicinity....................................12-13 Jacksonville & Ashland.................................14-15 COVER PHOTOGRAPHS Kayaking with Rogue Wilderness Adventures, Wildlife Images Rehabilitation & Education Center, and vineyard by Timm O’Cobhthaigh. Historic Downtown Jacksonville by Hal Day.

OREGON JOURNEYS is produced by Mt. Angel Publishing, Inc. Publisher: Paula Mabry | Advertising Executive: Maggie Pate | Project Manager: Tavis Bettoli-Lotten All material © 2021 its respective owners. Reproduction without written permission of the publisher is prohibited. Due to the passage of time and COVID-19 issues, we cannot be responsible for errors or incorrect information.

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Rogue 1 Morrisons Wilderness Adventures

325 Galice Road, Merlin. An authentic Rogue experience. Featuring 40-mile, multi-day rafting excursions on the Wild & Scenic river, plus steelhead and salmon fishing, hiking trips on the Rogue River Trail and lodging built around the historic 1945 lodge. Open May – September. Reservations required. rogueriverraft.com

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11845 Lower River Rd., Grants Pass. Tour this working rehabilitation center and sanctuary for wild mammals, birds, and reptiles. Open all year. wildlifeimages.org

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966 SW 6th St., Grants Pass. See page 11 for more info.

Cats World Park 4 Great 27919 Redwood Hwy., Cave

Junction. Visit 50+ exotic cats at this conservation facility. Tours by appointment. March – Nov.

Caves National 5 Oregon Monument & Preserve 19000 Caves Hwy., Cave Junction. See the Marble Halls and geological wonders. Experiences for different skill levels. Late March – early Nov.

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Evans Creek Rd., north of City of 238 Rogue River. Faithful 2008 reconstruction of a 1927 structure. Drivable.

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Gold Paddle Tour Co.

541-450-9427. Tour the river on a stand-up paddle board, led by experienced guides – for all skill levels.

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4303 Sardine Creek Left Fork Rd., Gold Hill. Investigate the peculiar “perceptual phenomena” at the Vortexh, set at a 1904 mining structure. March – Oct.

Valley 9 Rogue ZipLine Adventure

9450 Old Stage Rd., Central Point. Cast off five lines through the historic Gold Mining Hills. Reservations required. Open all year. rvzipline.com

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of Table Rock Road near Hwy. 234, north of Medford. Left Fork Rd., Gold Hill. Twin volcanic mesas with stunning valley views and hiking trails (Upper: 2.8 miles, Lower: 5.4 miles). For hiking only, no bikes or pets. Managed by BLM and The Nature Conservancy. Open all year.

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8400 Table Rock Rd., Central Point. Jet boat rides along the Rogue, including camping and fishing. Reservations required. Runs mid-April – mid-Sept.

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Bridge Park 3 Covered Near W. Main St., Eagle Point. Features a restored 1922 bridge, accessible to bikes and pedestrians.

Creek Bridge 4 Lost Lost Creek Rd. near Hwy. 140,

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Sports Park

6900 Kershaw Rd., Eagle Point. 1/3 mile dirt oval track, 1/4 mile drag strip, go-kart track, shooting range, and more.

Karting 8 Rogue 2065 Lars Way, Medford.

Experience precision SODI kart racing on an indoor track, with a café and game arcade. Open every day, seasonal hours. roguekarting.com

Park 9 Prescott Off of Roxy Ann Rd. east of

Medford. 4-mile trails up to panoramic views atop Roxy Ann Peak. Bike and horse paths. Managed by City of Medford. Open all year.

Point Golf Club 10 Quail 1200 Mira Mar Ave., Medford. 18-hole course with golf shop and snack bar, and 18-hole putting course. quailpointgolf.com

1900 N. Phoenix Rd., Medford. 18-hole course with clubhouse and dining at Centennial Grille. centennialgolfclub.com

( ) 55-mile, counter-clockwise ride heading east of Ashland. Ride passes campgrounds and lakes. Listed difficulty: “Extreme.”

Ashland Ski Area 13 Mt. The mountain has a 7,533 foot elevation with four ski lifts and 23 runs. Mid-Dec. – late April.

Cascade-Siskiyou National Monument

111,200 acres featuring hiking, camping, fishing with access to Pilot Rock, Howard Prairie Lake and Hyatt Reservoir. 30 miles of the Pacific Crest Trail passes through the Monument ( ). Operated by Bureau of Land Management. Keep an eye out for other area attractions to re-open to in-person visitations when COVID conditions change, including: Emigrant Lake Water Slide Operated by Jackson County Parks.

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a Burl 1 It’s 24025 Redwood Hwy., Kerby.

A gallery showcasing the works of artsists who fashion wooden burls into stunning indoor/outdoor furniture and home decor.

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Gallery & Studio

(541) 955-0815

501 SW G St., Grants Pass. On-site glass gallery with free tours of studio. Open Mon-Fri from 8 a.m. - 5 p.m., Saturday 10 a.m. - 4 p.m. Schedule to make your own glass ornament. glassforge.com

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Grants Pass Museum of Art

229 SW G St., Grants Pass. Art exhibits, sales gallery and gift shop, workshops, and monthly music performances. Free admission.

4 Grants Pass Artisans & Crafters Market

5th Street between E and F Streets. A Saturday market featuring over two dozen local artists and creators. June – October.

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Rock Museum 5 Crater 2002 Scenic Ave., Central Point.

World-class exhibits of gems, thundereggs, fossils, and Native American artifacts. Open Tues. Sat., 10 a.m. - 4 p.m. Admission. Children 5/under are free. craterrock.com

Du Jour Gallery 6 Art 213 E. Main St., Medford.

A collaborative gallery showcasing paintings, jewelry, bronzes, photography and more. Open Tue. - Sat., 10 a.m. - 4 p.m.

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40 S. Bartlett St., Medford. Offering three gallery spaces and an artisan gift shop. Free entry, donations welcome. Closed Sundays & Mondays.

Presence Art Center 8 Art 206 N. 5th St., Jacksonville. See page 14 for more info.

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Art Works 9 Ashland 291 Oak St., Ashland.

A nonprofit, art collective featuring paintings, pottery, woodwork, fiber arts, jewelry, garden art and much more – housed in three galleries plus an outdoor sculpture garden. ashlandartworksgalleries. wordpress.com

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Market Ashland

20 Calle Guanajuato. Local artist booths in a creekside alley. Saturdays & Sundays, mid-March – Oct.

Trails Gallery 11 American 250 E. Main St., Ashland.

American Trails brings together the art and craftworks of Indigenous artists from across the country, including weavings, ceramics, jewelry, as well as wildlife and landscape paintings by southern Oregon artists. Open 10 a.m. - 6 p.m. every day. americantrails.com

Gift Shop • Lapidary Workshop • New Space Exhibit Mata Ortiz pot by Jose Martinez Cano – courtesy American Trails Gallery, Ashland.

12 Schneider Museum of Art at Southern Oregon University

1250 Siskiyou Blvd., Ashland. A showcase of visual arts on the SOU campus of national and world renowned artists, including special exhibits.

2002 Scenic Ave.

Central Point, Oregon 541-664-6081 CraterRock.com

Ashland Gallery Association

Learn about Ashland’s 30+ galleries and art studios at ashlandgalleries.com.

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Winery (AWT) 13 Devitt 11412 OR-238, Jacksonville. Thurs. - Tues., 12 - 5 p.m., closed Wed. 541-899-7511. devittwinery.com

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Vineyards   22 DANCIN (BCWT, RVV) Medford

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Estate 24 Hummingbird (RVV) Central Point

David Cellars 25 Ledger (BCWT, RVV) Central Point Rio Vineyards 26 Del (RVV, URWT) Gold Hill

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Winery 31 RoxyAnn (BCWT, RVV) Medford Vineyard 32 2Hawk & Winery

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Suncrest Winery (RVV) Talent

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Peak Winery 41 Grizzly (BCWT, RVV) Ashland

Fiore Winery 42 Belle (BCWT, RVV) 100 Belle Fiore

Lane, Ashland.Mon. & Tue., 12 4 p.m. Wed. & Sun., 12 - 7 p.m. Thurs-Sat, 12 - 8 p.m. bellefiorewine.com

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Glass Forge 7 The Gallery & Studio

2400 Pleasant Valley Rd., Merlin. Explore the past with two museums (one is devoted to vintage cars), a pioneer town, and outdoor exhibits. Tours by appointment.

Fairgrounds

1451 Fairgrounds Rd., Grants Pass. Home of the Josephine County Fair, as well many concerts and sporting events all year round, and the Growers Market’s winter location.

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1459 Fairgrounds Rd., Grants Pass. The only live commercial horse racing facility in the state of Oregon is here. Spring, summer and fall meets. Kids under 12 free with adult admission.

Hotel at 4 Bear Evergreen Federal Bank

2101 Spalding Ave., Grants Pass. See the world-famous fiberglass bear sculptures when they are hibernating from “BearFest.” Free admission. Tours by appointment only.

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501 SW G St., Grants Pass. On-site glass gallery with free tours of studio. Open Mon-Fri from 8 a.m. - 5 p.m., Saturday 10 a.m. - 4 p.m. Schedule to make your own glass ornament. glassforge.com

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229 SW G St., Grants Pass. See page 6 for more info.

Theatre 9 Rogue 143 SE H St., Grants Pass.

A preserved 1938 jewel, presenting top-rate musicians and other performing artists.

10 Schmidt House Museum 512 SW 5th St., Grants Pass. Tour the preserved 1900s craftsman-style house of the Schmidt Family who operated a grocery store in Grants Pass. Tours offered Tue. - Fri., 10 a.m. 3 p.m. for $10 each. Operated by Josephine County Historical Society.

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966 SW 6th St., Grants Pass. Scenic tours on the Rogue River in Hellgate Canyon. 36 to 75mile excursions. Reservations required. Runs May – Sept.

Park 12 Riverside 304 SE Park St., Grants Pass.

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1A Peninger Rd., Central Point. Go-karts, mini-golf, arcade, bumper boats and more.

Rock Museum 3 Crater 2002 Scenic Ave., Central Point.

World-class exhibits of gems, thundereggs, fossils, and Native American artifacts. Open Tues. Sat., 10 a.m. - 4 p.m. Admission. Children 5/under are free. craterrock.com

Creamery 4 Rogue N. Front St., Central Point.

The makers of the “Best Cheese in the World” at the 2019 World Cheese Awards run a charming roadside shop.

Karting 5 Rogue 2065 Lars Way, Medford.

Experience precision SODI kart racing on an indoor track, with a café and game arcade. Open every day, seasonal hours. roguekarting.com

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Hawthorne & E. Jackson Streets, Medford. Selling produce, fresh meals, and handcrafted goods. Thursdays from April – Nov. ADA service dogs welcome, but no pets.

8 Art Du Jour Gallery 213 E. Main St., Medford. See page 7 for more info.

Playhouse 9 Ghostlight 115 E. Main Street, Medford.

Live theatre, comedy, music and dining operated by Randall Theatre Company. 2021 season on schedule with COVID protocols.

Gallery 10 Rogue & Art Center

40 S. Bartlett St., Medford. See page 7 for more info.

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23 S. Central Ave., Medford. A state-of-the-art, restored 1924 venue which hosts major touring music and performing acts and is home to the Next Stage Theater Company, Teen Musical Theater of Oregon, and the Medford space for Rogue Valley Symphony. 2021 schedule may be delayed due to COVID.

Downtown Medford Historic District

Explore the historical architecture of Medford through its cafés, restaurants, breweries, shops and entertainment spots.

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Flagship Store

1314 Center Dr., Medford. The delicious home base of gourmet gift-giving; daily tastings of Harry & David treats and the largest selection of wines in the Rogue Valley. Store open daily. Facility tours Mon. - Fri., by appointment ($5). harryanddavid.com

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Complete your trip to the Rogue Valley with a visit to the Harry & David flagship store. Come in to find delicious gourmet foods, discover new and unique fine wines, and create a custom gift basket. When available, you can reserve a seat aboard the tour bus and take a guided tour of our bakery and candy kitchen where we make tasty treats like our famous Moose Munch® Premium Popcorn.

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RRRink 13 The 1349 Center Dr., Medford.

A year-round ice rink. Prices and schedule vary.

14 Quail Point Golf Club

1200 Mira Mar Ave., Medford. 18-hole course with golf shop and snack bar, and 18-hole putting course. quailpointgolf.com

Golf Club 15 Centennial 1900 N. Phoenix Rd., Medford.

1314 Center Drive, Medford, Oregon 97501

18-hole course with clubhouse and dining at Centennial Grille. centennialgolfclub.com

Exit 27 off I-5 • 541-864-2278

Keep an eye out for these Medford area attractions to re-open to in-person visitations when COVID conditions change:

Store hours: Monday–Sunday 9AM–6PM HarryandDavid.com

Kid Time Children’s Museum 106 N. Central Ave., Medford. www.kid-time.org Medford Railroad Park 799 Berrydale Ave., Medford. Operated by the City of Medford. Camelot Theatre 101 Talent Ave., Talent. camelottheatre.org

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Most of the entire town sits inside a National Historic District, where you can see an unprecedented collection of buildings from the 1850s - 1880s.

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Woodlands Trails

A 16-mile network of hiking trails rim the south side of Jacksonville on historic mining terrain. Access points include Britt Gardens and the Arboretum. See Jacksonville Woodlands Association (jvwoodlands.org) for trail maps.

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452 E. California St., Jacksonville. Museum of local history inside the Beekman Family’s Gothic Revival home from the 1870s. Seasonal tours. The beautiful Arboretum next door to the museum is a public park.

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206 N. 5th St., Jacksonville. Free, one-hour walking tours of town at 10 a.m., Saturdays, June – Aug. Meets at the 1883 former courthouse (now Jacksonville City Hall). Donations accepted.

Presence Art Center 4 Art 206 N. 5th St., Jacksonville. Collective art gallery open Fri. - Sat., 1 - 5 p.m. Located in a 1911 building, originally a jail.

Bank Museum 5 Beekman California x 3rd St., Jacksonville. Seasonal tours of a preserved 1863-1915 bank through Historic Jacksonville, Inc.

of Jacksonville 6 Segway 360 N. Oregon St., Jacksonville. See the historic sites on a guided glide through town.

Cemetery 7 Historic Cemetery Rd., Jacksonville.

Pioneers – as well as other historical groups – have been buried here since 1859. The cemetery is open daily with an interpretive center and self-guided tours. Guided tours are offered seasonally. Keep an eye out for these Jacksonville attractions to re-open when COVID conditions change: Trolley Tours jacksonvilleoregon.org Britt Gardens Home of the Britt Music & Arts Festival held June – October.

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Park 2 Lithia Entrance on Winburn Way,

Oregon Center for the Arts at Southern Oregon University

Ashland. This beautiful 100-acre city park has playgrounds, gardens, historical landmarks, and a 2.1-mile hiking trail.

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Outdoor Markets

a. Lithia Artisans Market 20 Calle Guanajuato (along creek). Saturdays & Sundays, late March – Oct. b. Rogue Valley Growers & Crafters Market 101 Oak St., Ashland. Saturdays, May – Oct.

Art Works 4 Ashland 291 Oak St., Ashland.

A nonprofit, art collective featuring paintings, pottery, woodwork, fiber arts, jewelry, garden art and much more. ashlandartworksgalleries. wordpress.com

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American Trails Gallery

250 E. Main St., Ashland. A gallery that brings together the art and craftworks of Indigenous artists from across the country. Open 10 a.m. - 6 p.m. every day. americantrails.com

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15 S. Pioneer St., Ashland. This legendary celebration of the stage has entertained and enthralled since 1935. A late 2021 season of in-person performances is scheduled with COVID protocols in place.

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1250 Siskiyou Blvd., Ashland. See page 11 for more info on the Schneider Museum of Art.

Downtown Ashland Historic District

Boutique shops, restaurants and cafés, breweries and wine bars, and an arthouse cinema reside in Ashland’s historic buildings.

Ashland Gallery Association

Learn about Ashland’s 30+ galleries and art studios at ashlandgalleries.com. Keep an eye out for more Ashland attractions to reopen when COVID conditions change, including: Ashland Rotary Centennial Ice Rink Operated by the City of Ashland.

OPEN EVERY DAY - 10:00 AM to 6:00 PM 250 E Main St, Ashland, OR 97520 | 541. 482.2553

ScienceWorks Hands-on Museum 1500 E. Main St. scienceworksmuseum.org

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