Posted by: ladybugtravels | June 1, 2011

A Rogue Valley Vacation in beautiful Southern Oregon

Enjoy your Rogue Valley Vacation in a Historic Jacksonville, Oregon charmer built in 1866. Situated in the heart of town this home is in easy walking distance to shops, banks, restaurants and more.

Historic J'ville Home

Visit Britt Festivals, many local eateries, wineries, the Oregon Shakespearan Festival at Ashland, take a day trip to historic Crater Lake to see Wizard Island. Indulge yourself with a Valley Wine Tour and stop in the Applegate for lunch at the Applegate Lodge (try their hamburgers and a Spinach Salad and glass of Beringer Zinfandel–you won’t be sorry!!) while  overlooking the meandering Applegate River that runs alongside the Lodge with a resident Russian Blue that greets everyone. There is a water park at Emigrant Lake for the kids in all of us. Horseback riding is available at many area ranches and we have beautiful trails.

Winter at Crater Lake

Agate Ridge Winery in Eagle Point has dancing on the green, cozy fireside chats with wine tasting on Friday nights. Destination Weddings* are available too at Agate Ridge as well as many other venues in Beautiful Southern Oregon. (*Agate Ridge, Applegate Lodge, an Eagle Point Riverside Ranch & More)
For winter enthusiasts (yes, we are open), Jacksonville has its own indisputable charm during the winter. There are many residence areas (Old Stage Road is one) who have marvelously stupendous Christmas decorations for weeks. You can go skiing in many close by areas:   Ski Ashland (1 hour) or Ski Bachelor (3 hours), Ski Mt Shasta (2 hours)


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