Found at the height of 800 feet (243 meters), the Upper and Lower Table Rock are two old volcanic plateaus. A seven million-year-old andesitic lava flow is the reason behind their formation. The sites are historically significant because of the inhabitation of Native Americans approximately 15,000 years before the settlement of European-Americans. Home to nearly 340 species of flora, the dwarf woolly meadowfoam, a type of wildflower can be found near the rocks.
The Bear Creek Park is a 110 acres (44 hectares) expanse of beautiful vegetation. It features a dog area, amphitheater, a BMX track, barbecue spaces, picnic spots and tennis courts.
Bear Creek Greenway is a lengthy biking and hiking path running parallel to Bear Creek. The 17.9-mile (28.8 kilometer) asphalt path makes its way through Medford, Phoenix and Talent, and is peppered with scenic sites along the way. While the trail is split down the middle, to allow two-way traffic, it is inaccessible to motorized vehicles. This is also considered to be one of the most challenging biking courses in the area, with a number of blind corners, sharp turns and rough surfaces.
Embark on an enchanting two-hour tour with the Segway of Jacksonville. Hop aboard a segway (PT) for a fun-filled ride through history as you glide across historic homes and structures, gardens and the Rogue Valley. Only those who are 14 years and above can take part in this trip. Get to know how to ride the segway before you start your journey. Whether it is your first time or one of the many, you can be sure of a memorable time.