The Rogue River, which runs 215 miles between its headwaters at Crater lake National Park to its terminus at Gold Beach, has made its way into the culture and history of the valley. The river can be divided into three sections: upper, middle, or lower.
Crater Lake, located just over an hour from Medford, is one of America’s most beautiful natural features. It is the remnant of Mount Mazama, a volcanic eruption that occurred over 7,000 years ago. Crater Lake’s icy blue waters reach a staggering 2,000 feet deep.
Bear Creek Park, which is part of the Skunk River Greenbelt, is one of Milford’s most popular outdoor activities.The park is open to the public and features many amazing amenities, including a skate park and an outdoor amphitheater.
The Central Point museum is a homegrown gem and rock collection. It covers more than 12,000 square feet and includes extensive glass-window galleries containing specimens. A large gift shop is located at the museum’s front, which is open to the public for free.
2Hawk Vineyard and Winery was established in 2009. It is a 25-acre winery that is locally owned and operated. The winery produces 12 award-winning estate wines including Pinot Noir and Chardonnay, Sauvignon Blanc and Tempranillo
Prescott Park, a 1,700-acre park located in Medford’s eastern part, offers many recreational activities, including hiking and mountain biking, as well as beautiful spots for relaxing and picnicking. Roxy Ann Peak is also known as the park.
The Medford Railroad Park, a seven-acre park that includes an outdoor museum and a train museum, is located on Berrydale Avenue. It covers 49 acres. Open-air railroad tracks are displayed on the museum’s grounds.