Lifestyle & Location

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Grants Pass

Grants Pass is located on I-5 just 30 minutes northwest of Medford, Oregon.  With a population of 34,533 Grants Pass offers a small town charm with a historical down town area, vast amount of outdoor activities and convenient location. Whether it’s for the world class fishing, white water thrills of the Rogue River, hiking forest trails or visiting a local winery it’s easy to see why people from all over come to Grants Pass.

Art Along the Rogue

Boatnik Festival

First Friday Art Night

Golfing

Jetboat Tours

Rogue Community College

Scenic Drives

Schools

Shopping

Wineries

Cave Junction

Cave Junction is located along the stunning Redwood Highway 30 miles southwest of Grants Pass, and is home to 1,855 residents. Cave Junction is considered the “Home of the Oregon Caves”, which are located about 20 miles east of town, off Highway 46. Cave Junction offers a vast array of geographical beauties that many outdoors people find idyllic. Whether passing through on the way to the coast or enjoying the great outdoors Cave Junction offers visitors a small town feel that keeps them coming back.

Great Cats World Park

It’s A Burl

Kerbyville Museum

Lake Selmac

Oregon Caves

Out N About Treehouse Treesort

Outdoors

Redwood Highway

Schools

Taylor’s Sausage

Medford

Medford is known for its year around attractions, outdoor activities, unique festivals, exciting events and spectacular scenery. Being conveniently located along the I-5 corridor and less than 30 minutes from California Medford attracts a diversity of visitors.  Known as the center of the Rogue Valley Medford offers a not too big, not too small feeling that many find ideal for their life style.  Medford is the largest city in southern Oregon with population of 74,907 and a metropolitan area population of 207,010.

Battle of the Bones

Fishing and Lakes

Golf

Ice Skating

Parks and Recreation

Rogue Gallery and Art Center

Rogue Valley Mall

Schools

Southern Oregon Speedway

Wonders of Wine

Ashland

Ashland is located just north California border along I-5 on the south end of the Rogue Valley. Ashland has an eclectic culture, unique shows and go green business models that cultivate a metropolitan style in a small town.  It is home to just over 20,000 people. Nestled at the convergence of the Cascade and the Siskiyou Mountain ranges Ashland offers a variety of outdoor activities.

Adventure Center

Ashland Independent Film Festival

Lithia Artisans Market

Lithia Park

Mount Ashland

River Rafting

Science Works Hands On Museum

Southern Oregon Shakespeare Festival

Southern Oregon University

Wineries