Southern Oregon Travel Guide

Below you will find links to all of the articles in the Southern Oregon Travel Guide, from monthly updates to related pieces. This guide was written and updated by 2003 BootsnAll Intern Scott Churchill.

 

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Local Attractions
Places to be sure to see both in and out of town.

Updates

Accommodation – Places to Stay
From bargain to luxury, Ashland can accommodate you.

Coffee Shops
From roadside coffee huts to sit-down hangouts, coffee consumption is a passionate pastime in Ashland.

Excursions & Things to Do
Indoors and outdoors, get out and about in Southern Oregon.

Festivals & Events April 2003
April is a fine time to be outdoors, which is good because cabin fever has everyone out and loads of fun times on.

Getting Around
Loads of transportation from bikes to car rentals will help see town.

Getting There
Airport and bus information for heading to the area.

Hot Days in the Oregon Caves
Nice though the drive and coffee are, the day is hot and Scott Churchill finds no reason to return aboveground.

Jacksonville for Two for Under $200
In a town where a room can run hundreds of dollars and a meal for two might cost a bill, can budget-conscious travelers afford to stay? Scott Churchill thinks so.

Local Services
The skinny on medical care, banks, newspapers, employment, and visitor information.


Intro: Welcome to Southern Oregon
Just north of the California border is a variety of culture, the outdoors and community that Scott Churchill can’t wait to show you.

Updates

Summer Buzz (June 2003)
The shops are open later, the students are leaving, the tourists are arriving, the Britt Festival is starting – ah, summer.

Oregon Shakespeare Festival
A visit to Ashland would be incomplete without seeing a performance at the world-renown Oregon Shakespeare Festival.

Places to Drink in Ashland
A few places, but lots of variety, for your Ashland nights-out.

Restaurants & Eateries
For a small town, Ashland caters sublimely to large appetites, touchy palates, and wallets of all sizes.

Taste of Ashland (May 03)
It’s what happens when you mix together a splash of wine, a pinch of art and a heap of food, in a beautiful setting.

Useful Links & Websites
More info to help you better plan your Ashland visit.

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