Ashland, Oregon


Ashland lies 15 miles north of the California border, in the foothills of a snowcapped peak, surrounded by mountains. Southern Oregon University is located there, as well as the world-renowned Oregon Shakespeare Festival.

Ashland's population is comprised of both lifelong residents, solidly rooted in small-town living, and former metropolitan area residents looking for a more relaxed pace and a better quality of life.

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Area Attractions
Oregon Shakespeare FestivalThe Oregon Shakespeare Festival in Ashland, Oregon celebrates 70 years in 2005. Join us for classic, contemporary and world premiere productions designed to touch your mind, your heart and your funny bone.
National Monument shows off the tour down under

National Monument shows off the tour down under
Oregon Caves National Monument is small in size (480 acres) but rich in diversity.

Nearby Lodging
Blue Moon B&BBlue Moon Bed & Breakfast in Ashland
Located adjacent to the historic Railroad district only 4 blocks from the Oregon Shakespeare Festival, Blue Moon B&B offers escape from busy downtown Ashland, yet is only a five minute walk to dining, shopping and the theatres.
Ashland Springs HotelAshland Springs Hotel
An oasis of gentility and charm in the beautiful Rogue River Valley, Ashland Springs Hotel is the premier choice for lodging in Southern Oregon.
Red Lion Hotel in Medford offers 185 guest rooms and suites, free high-speed wireless Internet, two restaurants, lounge, two outdoor pools and more. Close to the Oregon Shakespeare Festival.
The Econo Lodge® in Ashland is ideally located with easy access to Interstate 5 in a stunning natural setting. Outdoor enthusiasts will enjoy a wide variety of nearby recreational activities like rafting, hiking, skiing, fishing, biking and golfing.