a list of attractions in the surrounding area.
Planning a great vacation for a family can be tricky. Ashland, Oregon is a destination that has it all. Whether just passing through or staying a little longer, there are all range of accommodations available in all price ranges. Breathtaking views of the surrounding mountains can be seen from anywhere in town. For [...]
As people gear up all around the nation for the biggest celebration of American culture, you most likely don't want to miss out on the fun. Here are some ideas to fill your holiday weekend with only the best that Ashland has to offer! I have good news and bad news for you, which do you [...]
America's first Elizabethan theatre is in the heart of Ashland Oregon. Antony and Cleopatra were pretty much the Brangelina of ancient times, only a whole lot more dramatic. In this tragedy—written by none other than Shakespeare himself around 1608—Mark Antony (no, not that Marc Anthony) and Cleopatra fall in love. Simple enough, right? [...]
Located just ten minutes from the Stratford Inn, Emigrant Lake is one of Ashland Oregon’s hidden jewels. Emigrant Lake is the perfect spot to relax, take a dip, and find some relief from the hot summer sun. For swimming and sun bathing, there is an area equipped with a dock as well as a small [...]
If you are looking for a change of pace for your next visit to Ashland, consider adding a few nights at Lake of the Woods resort to your trip. Lake of the Woods Resort is located approximately an hour northeast of the Stratford Inn, in the Cascade Mountains. Amenities at the resort include a general store, [...]
If you are looking for an outdoor adventure you won’t soon forget, a rafting trip down the Rogue River with Indigo Creek Outfitters is just what the doctor ordered. This mix of beauty and excitement is a perfect combination sure to satisfy people of all ages and experience levels. Rafting for the first time? Not [...]
Spring at the Oregon Shakespeare Festival is about to begin! Preview Week begins February 14th and should not be missed. The plays to open the season are The Tempest, The Sign in Sidney Brustein’s Window, Cocoanuts, and The Comedy of Errors. The first play to run is The Tempest. Set in the Renaissance, this play [...]