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Medford Things to Do

  • Crater Lake National Park in Winter

    Crater Lake is Oregon's only National Park. Winter is a special time to experience the park.The road around the rim is closed with the first significant snow fall. Cross country skis or snowshoes are the best way to experience Crater Lake during the winter. Park rangers lead snowshoe hikes during the winter and even have loaner snowshoes. However,...

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  • Rafting the Rogue River

    Stretch: Hog Creek to Grave Creek Difficulty: Class II+ Distance: 14.4 miles, 1 or 2 days Flows: 800 - 3000 cfs, measured upstream at Grants Pass (USGS site) Gradient: 4 fpm average, including flatwater in the middle Put-in: at Hog Creek access, 750' Take-out: at Grave Creek access, 690' Shuttle: 15 miles (half hour) one-way Maps: Rogue National...

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Medford Restaurants

  • Don't Miss the Hot Spot!

    Wow! Real food in a real HOT space! 38 Central is the best spot in the valley right now. great food, great wine list, great space! I had the best Halibut in my life here, sweet and fresh with a wonderful array of vegetables. We hang out here on Thursday after work just to watch the power boys come in to eat ;) Halibut, or Scallops, or the Fried...

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  • Great restaurant in Medford

    This restaurant is in a renovated train station, but it is very classy. You can sit inside or outside. We say outside since the weather was nice and the greenery enhanced our dining experience. They have many good dished to choose from including steaks, prime rib, ahi tuna, lamb, fish and chips, and duck. The lamb was excellent and I highly...

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  • Tasty diner food!

    The Black Bear Diner has won me over!All the way along I-5, from about Redding all the way northbound, there were these massive freeway billboards advertizing it and I remember thinking to myself, "Hmmm... I'm sure somehow I'l end up eating there", even though we had no definite meal plans during our road trip.After passing by Mount Shasta and...

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Medford Nightlife

  • by ladybugsho Written Jul 16, 2009

    8 week Band competition (Last Band Standing) every Wed night this summer from 8pm til around midnight. Awesome crowd of ALL legal ages! Outdoor venue plus three separate attached indoor bars. Really great atmosphere. Free pool, horseshoes, darts and ping pong table. Good food and affordable drinks. Really fun event.

    Dress Code: Cover your top, cover your bottom and you're good :-)

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Medford Transportation

  • by trane_d Written Sep 8, 2002

    I suggest using Pacific Comfort Bus Lines. They're extremely friendly, and the ride is an experience! Best money I've ever spent on a ride around town. They're also available for charter services, and medical rides!

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Medford Shopping

  • by ladybugsho Written Jul 16, 2009

    These people are awesome. Whether you left your charger at the last hotel or drop your phone in coffee, these people fix phones and sell chargers and batteries. Awesome place.

    What to buy: Any cell phone accessories. And don't forget they fix them too!!!

    What to pay: Way less thatn you expect in most cases.

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Medford Local Customs

  • by MikeyO Written Aug 26, 2002

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    Oregon Shakespeare Festival runs through most of the year, showcasing not only Shakespeare's plays, but also other classic and contemporary plays as well. The festival is the oldest and largest theatre in rotating repertory in the nation. After the play you can eat in one of Ashland's many ethnic restaurants or window shop along the plaza, finding the perfect gift to remind you of your visit.

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Medford Off The Beaten Path

  • by MikeyO Written Aug 26, 2002

    The House of Mystery at the Oregon Vortex is one of the strangest but most intriguing areas in Gold Hill. This house was opened to the public in the 1930s, in an area where you can feel and see the strange phenomena of an invisible whirlpool of energy. Marbles roll uphill and people of the same height appear to be taller or shorter than each other depending on where they stand. Physicist H. John Lister performed more than 14,000 experiments during his lifetime in an attempt to explain the phenomena. You can take a guided tour March through October.

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