NY Times – “Only Hours from Napa, But Worlds Away”

Rachel Levin reviews time spent in the Southern Oregon Wine Region in her recent article in The New York Times Travel Section.   “We found a relaxed, blossoming wine country with empty roads and crowd-free tasting rooms — some surrounded by strip malls, others by sparkling rivers — pouring excellent versions of an impressively wide range of varietals.”

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Escape to the Heart of Southern Oregon Wine Region

Jacksonville Oregon is at the epicenter of the burgeoning Southern Oregon Wine Region with over 70 wineries.  Over 56 wineries and tasting rooms are within minutes of Jacksonville – whether right in town, in the adjacent breathtaking Applegate Valley or along Bear Creek or in the Upper Rogue Valley.  Make Jacksonville your headquarters while exploring the great diversity of warm-climate varietals.

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Escape in the Excitement of Live Performances

Britt Festivals – a summer long outdoor concert series – is the perfect spot to enjoy your favorite performers or to be introduced to new acts.  Enjoy a glorious evening of music under the stars.  Running from June through September and featuring a 3-week  Classical Festival in August, Britt Festivals is a proud Jacksonville tradition.

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Escape to shopping as the pleasure it should be

Shopping can be more than a pleasure when you find shop owners with a purpose.  Jacksonville features locally owned and operated shops and boutiques each offering their own unique take on merchandising just for you.  Discover the perfect gift – for a friend or for yourself!

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Jacksonville’s Original Steam Engine #1 Returns Home

Jacksonville welcomed home a piece of its history when the Rogue River Valley Railroad (RRVR) Locomotive #1 arrived in mid-June.  This steam engine locomotive was the original engine for the spur railroad from Medford to Jacksonville that ran on a 5-mile long, single rail track starting in 1891. The rail line was implemented to connect…

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