Places to Enjoy in & Around
the Rogue Valley
Oak Street Cottages is located within a short walk Oregon Shakespeare Festival theaters, Lithia Park, world-class restaurants and shops of all kinds. A scenic ride will take you to Emigrant Lake for water park, boating and fishing; white river rafting on the Rogue River; Mt. Ashland Ski Park and the Britt Music Fesitival in Jacksonville. A variety of menus and brochures are in each cottage - here are links to some of our popular attractions:
Oregon Shakespeare Festival
A major theatre arts organization, OSF offers a diversity of plays as well as events and activities to enhance your overall experience. Plays by Shakespeare, modern and contemporary work and world premieres take place in three theaters including the outdoor Elizabethan Stage.
Walk or run on miles of trails through 93 acres of forested canyon land around Ashland Creek, stretching from the downtown plaza up toward its headwaters near Mount Ashland.
Britt Music Festival
Britt presents dozens of summer concerts, featuring world-class artists in classical music, jazz, blues, folk, bluegrass, world, pop and country music. Located in the historic 1850s gold rush town of Jacksonville, Oregon, the Britt Music Festival is the Pacific Northwest's premier outdoor summer performing arts festival.
Restaurants, Wineries, Theaters and Spas
Experience Ashland’s culinary scene year round. The culinary experience in Ashland includes 80 restaurants, artisan chocolatiers, bakeries, cheesemakers, micro-breweries, and close to 90 wineries within an hour’s drive.
Holiday Shopping in Ashland
Spend your holiday spirit in Ashland – shop, dine, play! Whether you enjoy the outdoors at the Ice Rink, skiing at Mt. Ashland, prefer a spa day after shopping, or want to see some live music and enjoy delicious cuisine, Ashland has something to offer for everyone in your family.
Ashland Independent Film Festival
The Ashland Independent Film Festival is five days of the highest quality independent film in this historic town the Washington Post called "A dream you'll never want to leave." Every spring, Southern Oregon is buzzing with the excitement of the AIFF. Over 7000 film lovers gather at the historic art-deco Varsity Theatre in downtown to watch over 80 films in five days. (photo courtesy of Pam Lott)
Established in 1902, Crater Lake National Park is the fifth oldest national park in the United States and the only one in the state of Oregon. Crater Lake has inspired people for thousands of years. No place else on earth combines a deep, pure lake, so blue in color; sheer surrounding cliffs, almost two thousand feet high.