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.
A former sewer treatment plant, the Medford Railroad Park is a popular tourist attraction managed by Medford Garden Railroaders, Morse Telegraph Club, Southern Oregon Chapter of the National Railway Historical Society, Rogue Valley Model Railroad Club and Southern Oregon Live Steamers. Some of the popular attractions here are Medco's "Four Spot" Willamette Locomotive, a telegraph system which is working, hopper car, HO Scale Track/Trains, caboose and many more. The most notable feature here is that visitors can enjoy a Steam Train ride.
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.
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.
Located in downtown Medford, the Pear Blossom Park is a refreshing park featuring a play area, covered stage and a spacious grassy space. It also forms a venue for events and concerts during summer and winter holidays. Overall, the park is an ideal spot for recreational activities in Medford.
Lava Lanes is a posh bowling space and an absolute heaven for game freaks. Don't just play here but get exciting prizes with each game you win. Their gaming arcade has digital games and winners are given I-pads, X Boxes and LCD TVs. What's more better about the place is their on-site their Lava Sports Bar & Grille, which has alluring drinks menu and enticing food choices. You can also book their party hall and look up for their party packages with exciting bowling offers and food catering. To know about their bowling schedule check their website and get a lane pre-booked.
Harry & David Field is a multipurpose ground available for recreational activities and main events of the city. The stadium has natural grass and has hosted various concerts, festivals and wedding receptions. It was also home to the West League Champions for Summer League. Contact them if you have any bigger event coming up and are looking for a venue to host it. You can also join them for their sporting fixtures or concerts.