Tag Archive: Outdoors

Oct 04

Art Along the Rogue and Tap Walk

It is truly amazing what these artists can do with a medium as simple as chalk! This weekend October 6-7, 2012 marks the 10th annual Art Along the Rogue chalk art and music festival in downtown Grants Pass.

Mar 06

Take a Break in Ashland

When a friend mentioned coming to Southern Oregon with his family for spring break I started compiling a list of suggestions of what to do, where to stay and a long list of must try restaurants. The list quickly grew to become this article. This article then grew and became a three part peek at many of the attractions, inns and restaurants that make Southern Oregon special. So if you are planing a trip to Southern Oregon for a vacation or a local looking for new things to do, here are some suggestions for enjoying this sunny southwestern corner of Oregon.

Oct 26

Fall Color in Southern Oregon

Fall colors in Oregon’s Rogue Valley.

Oct 23

Pumpkin Patches in Southern Oregon

The Rogue Valley is full of fall fun, and one of the best ways to experience it is to spend the day at the pumpkin patch. The only question is – which one to head to? The choices are many, all with different activities. Here’s a guide to help you decide where to find that perfect pumpkin.

Oct 21

All Aboard for the last train of 2010

The park encompasses 49 acres at Berrydale Ave. and Table Rock Road in Medford. There are numerous activities to enjoy at the park including riding the scale trains, touring the full size train cars, watching the small model trains and sending and receiving telegrams. There are food vendors as well as a picnic area on the front lawn. Entry and train rides are free but donations are accepted.