Established in March 2008, DANCIN Vineyards managed by Cindy and Dan Marca specializes in artisan wines. Surrounded by a lush green landscape and characterized by a grape field and a patio, this place has struck a chord with people through its Chardonnay, Port, Barbera and Syrah.
Not too far down from the Hillcrest Orchard is the RoxyAnn Winery, a privately owned winery by people with a love for wine. The climate in and around this area coupled with the favorable lime-stone soil makes it perfect for producing superior wine blends such as Malbec, Cabernet, Grenache amongst others. The winery is centered on the mission of producing quality wines with depth in color and flavor. You can experience tastings at the wine tasting room in comfort. The wineries are also made available for group events and rentals. Certainly, visiting the RoxyAnn Winery is a wonderful trip amidst rolling hills.
Crater Rock Museum in Central Point renowned for being the home to the West Coast's finest rock collection. The museum displays several artifacts such as petrified wood, Native American objects, fossils, minerals and many more. Apart from the exhibit areas, the museum also houses a gift shop and provides facilities for events.
An expansive public park in Central Point, Don Jones Memorial Park is popular for its sports field, walking paths, playground, tennis and basketball courts. Besides the sporty areas, this place also has a water park open to the public between the Friday before Memorial Day and till the last Friday of September.
Jacksonville Historic District is a must visit sites in the city, especially for those with a keen inclination for all things vintage. A designated Historic Landmark, this is a good spot for a look into the city's rich past. Peppered with several vintage buildings, culture centers, parks and historic landmarks, everything about this spot is perfect for an old-fashioned evening stroll.
Nestled in the heart of Ashland is the serene, leafy parkland of Lithia Park. The water fountains of the park are flowing with lithium-rich waters, which led to the curious christening of the park. Opened to the public in 1916, this park stands on the grounds of a former mill. Spanning 93 acres (38 hectares), the park features duck ponds, several picnic areas, miles of hiking trails, a band shell for musical performances and even a winter ice skating rink. When in Ashland, one must head to Lithia Park to bring in a fun-filled day in the company of scenic locales.
One of the many Elks lodges scattered throughout the country, Ashland Elks Lodge #944 is situated in Downtown Ashland. Spread over four floors, this Elks Lodge plays host to numerous events throughout the year. Many of the dinners at this entirely non-commercial space are followed by musical performances. Many fund raisers and parties are also organized here.
Part of the Oregon Shakespeare Festival, within the complex you can find the New Theatre.
Located off East Main Street, Angus Bowmer Theatre opened its doors in the year 1970. It is named after the former director, Angus L. Bowmer. This state-of-the-art theater can seat hundreds of guests. This indoor theater features stadium-style seating arrangements which offers unobstructed views of the main stage. It was designed by the architects, Kirk, Wallace and McKinley.