Ashland Destinations

Ashland Springs Hotel

Ashland Springs Hotel originally opened its doors in 1925, and today this lovely hotel continues to offer first-class hospitality to those who are drawn by business, the arts or the area’s natural beauty.

Ashland Springs Hotel is the perfect getaway for your personal retreat or as a home base for regional excursions. The beautifully restored landmark hotel is listed on the National Register of Historic Places and is a member of the Historic Hotels of America. It is just steps from the renowned Oregon Shakespeare Festival. Other nearby attractions and activities include: Oregon Cabaret Theater, Lithia Park, Winery and Gallery Tours, Skiing and Snow Boarding, Golf, Fishing, Tax-Free Shopping, Dining, and pampering at the nearby Waterstone Spa.

Day excursions may include a scenic drive to our sister property, Lake of the Woods Mountain Lodge & Resort–a renovated historic 1920’s fishing lodge with marina, general store and 34 cozy cabins, Crater Lake National ParkOregon Caves and ChateauOregon Vortex and the California Redwoods. Whatever your plans include, our professional and friendly staff will do their utmost to ensure your stay is pleasant and memorable.

In Ashland

Oregon Shakespeare Festival 15 South Pioneer Street, Ashland, OR 97520 Ticket Sales: (541) 482-4331
Founded in 1935, the Tony Award-winning Oregon Shakespeare Festival (OSF) is among the oldest and largest professional non-profit theaters in the nation. Each year, OSF presents an eight-and-a-half-month season of eleven plays in three theaters plus numerous ancillary activities, and undertakes an extensive theatre education program. Group Sales: 541-488-5406; FAX: 541-482-8045; Request Brochure Phone: (541) 482-2111 Oregon Shakespeare Festival

Oregon Cabaret Theatre – 1st and Hargadine St./POB 1149. (541) 488-2902.
Enjoy first-rate entertainment in an elegant, comfortable setting of the historic “Old Pink Church” (features include stained glass windows and crystal chandelier). With dynamic musicals, revues, and comedies as well as 5 cabaret productions from Feb-Dec Oregon Cabaret Theatre offers dinner, hors d’oeuvres, desserts, and beverages. Oregon Cabaret Theater

Lithia Park – 59 Winburn Way, Ashland , OR 97520
The development of Lithia Park began in 1914 with John McLaren (also designer of San Francisco’s Golden Gate Park) as the landscape architect. Lithia Park embodies the distinctive characteristics of park design in the tradition of Frederick Law Olmsted. It features the 1915 Lithia Water Fountain, Butler-Perozzi Fountain Terrace, Sycamore Grove, Upper and Lower duck ponds and more modern park features including a trail guide to the most significant trees and plants throughout the park.

Weisinger’s of Ashland – 3150 Siskiyou Blvd., Ashland, OR 97520; Telephone: (541) 488-5989
Weisinger’s, in its 17th year of production in Southern Oregon, has produced some of the finest and most prized Oregon wines. Oregon wines (and especially southern Oregon) are unique in their flavor, color, and aroma that appeals to sommeliers and casual wine drinkers alike.

Science Works!
A hands on discovery museum. Open Wednesdays – Saturdays 10 to 5 and Sundays 12 to 5. Admission: Members are Free! Adult $7.50, Child (2 -12 years)/ Senior (65+) $5. Under 2 Free.

Schneider Museum of Art – SOU 1250 Siskiyou Blvd, Ashland, OR (541) 552-6245
The Schneider Museum of Art, plays a central role in this exciting new complex bringing compelling and challenging exhibits to southern Oregon. The Schneider Museum of Art provides its patrons with a rich spectrum of programming that includes workshops, family days, lectures, performances, and concerts.

Varsity Theatre – A historic movie theater 166 East Main St.; (541) 482-3321
Ashland Street Cinema – 1644 Ashland Street; (541) 488-4040
Blue Giraffe Spa – 51 Water Street Ashland, OR 97520; (541) 488-3335

Ashland Wine Tours – 35 S Second Street, Suite 1; (541) 552-WINE (9463)
Serving Oregon’s Rogue and Applegate Valleys include such companies as Weisinger’s, Roxy Ann, Valley View, Paschal, Woolridge, Del Rio and more!

First Friday Art Walk
Sponsored each month by the Ashland Gallery Association, discover an amazing array of art forms and expressions while strolling through beautiful downtown Ashland year round.

Emigrant Lake – 5 miles south of Ashland on Hwy 66; (541) 776-7001.
Water slide, boating, fishing, camping, picnicking and more.

Noah’s River Rafting Adventures – P.O. Box 11, 53 N. Main St, Ashland, OR 97520; 1-800-858-2811

The Green Springs Box-R Ranch -16799 Highway 66 Ashland, OR 97520; (541) 482-1873
A working ranch of over 1,500 acres, authentic old west buildings, covered wagons and carriages surround the property and provide guests with a look at one of the most extensive collections of old west artifacts in Oregon. The ranch museum was built to house many of these western artifacts and is open to guests upon appointment. The ranch offers both wagon rides and sleigh rides weather permitting and from May to September, a company that provides horseback and trail rides are located just a short walk from the Ranch office. Half day or full day rides are available upon request. Reservations are required so please call in advance.

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