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Ashland, Oregon: Population: 21,299
Incorporated in 1874, located in Southwest Oregon, 15 miles north of the Oregon/California border on Interstate5, 12 miles south of Medford, 297 distance to Portland: 297
Area Recreation
Mt. Ashland Ski Resort, Valley Orchards, Rogue River, Shakespearean Festival, lakes, Crater Lake National Park, Peter Britt Music Festival, Emigrant Lake Reservoir, Ashland Ice Rink, Valley of the Rogue State Park, Stewart State Park, Casey State Park, Rogue River National Forest, Klamath National Forest and Rogue River Round-Up


Talent, Oregon: Population: 6,150
Incorporated in 1910, located in south western Oregon, in Jackson County, on Interstate5. 5 miles north of Ashland, and 7 miles South of Medford
Area Recreation
Mt. Ashland Ski Resort, Valley orchards, Rogue River, Shakespearean Festival, lakes, Peter Britt Music Festival, Valley of the Rogue State Park, Stewart State Park, Casey State Park, Rogue River National Forest, Klamath National Forest.


Phoenix, Oregon: Population: 4,123
Incorporated in 1910, located in south Western Oregon in Jackson County, on Interstate5, 2 miles North of Talent, and 5 miles South of Medford.
Area Recreation
Mt. Ashland Ski Resort, valley orchards, Rogue River, Shakespearean Festival, numerous lakes, Peter Britt Music Festival, factory outlet stores.


Medford, Oregon: Population: 72,186
Incorporated in 1855, located in South Western Oregon in Jackson County, on Interstate 5, 12 miles North of Ashland, 4 miles south of Central Point. Distance to Portland:273 miles.
Area Recreation
Mt. Ashland Ski Resort, valley orchards, Rogue River, Shakespearean Festival, numerous lakes, Peter Britt Music Festival, Valley of the Rogue State Park, Stewart State Park, Casey State Park, Rogue River National Forest, Klamath National Forest, Parks (10 county, 2 state, 1 federal, 23 city), Golf courses (10 public, 1 private).


Jacksonville, Oregon: Population: 2,183
Incorporated in 1860, located in southwest Oregon, in Jackson County, 5 miles West of Medford on hwy 238.
Area Recreation
Valley orchards, Jacksonville Museum, Rogue River, lakes, Peter Britt Music Festival, National Historic Landmark Community (previous gold rush town) and Britt Gardens, extensive woodland trail system, pioneer cemetery, hundreds of historic structures.


Central Point, Oregon: Population: 16,447
Incorporated in 1860, located in southwest Oregon, in Jackson County, 35 miles from the Oregon/ California border on Interstate5. 4 miles North of Medford, 8 miles south of Gold Hill.
Area Recreation
Mt. Ashland Ski Resort, Valley Orchards, Rogue River, Shakespearean Festival, Peter Britt Music Festival, lakes, camping, Rogue River Valley Creamery, Seven Oaks Farm, Crater Rock Museum.


Gold Hill, Oregon: Population: 1,067
Incorporated in 1895, located in southwest Oregon, in Jackson County on interstate5, 12 miles North of Medford, 7 miles South of Rogue River. Distance to Portland: 258 miles.
Area Recreation
Crater Lake, Rogue River, Mt Ashland, Britt Festival, Ashland Shakespeare Fesitval


Rogue River, Oregon: Population: 1,934
Incorporated in 1912, located southwest Oregon, in Jackson County on interstate5, 19 miles North of Medford, 7 miles South of Grants Pass. Distance to Portland: 252 miles.
Area Recreation
Mt. Ashland Ski Resort, valley orchards, Rogue River, Shakespearean Festival, numerous lakes, Peter Britt Music Festival, Valley of the Rogue State Park, Stewart State Park, Casey State Park, Rogue River National Forest, Klamath National Forest.


Grants Pass, Oregon: Population: 33,171
Incorporated in 1912, located in southwest Oregon, in Josephine County on interstate5. Hwy 199 (Redwood Highway ) Junction 80 miles to the Coast and Hwy 101. 29 miles North of Medford. Distance to Portland: 245 miles.
Area Recreation
Local area attractions include: Rogue River Valley, Valley of Rogue State Park, Siskiyou National Forest, Crater Lake National Park and Oregon Caves National Monument.


Cave Junction, Oregon: Population: 1,353
Incorporated in 1948, located in southwest Oregon, in Josephine County Hwy 199 (Redwood Hwy) 12 miles north of Oregon /California border, 28 miles West of Grants Pass. 53 miles to the Cresent City on the Northern California Coast, 67 miles to Brookings, Oregon on the Southern Oregon Coast.
Area Recreation
Rogue River Valley, Valley of Rogue State Park, Crater Lake National Park, Illinois River Forks State Park, Siskiyou National Forest, Oregon Caves National Monument.