Area Events Calendar
CHECK HERE for the most comprehensive list of events going on in and around the Ashland, Oregon area. A wonderful variety of experiences awaits you!
Oregon Shakespeare Festival
Plays run late February thru October
- 11 plays by Shakespeare, other classic writers, as well as modern and contemporary works and world premieres.
- Plays run 6 days a week, matinee and evening, at 3 theatres, including the flagship outdoor Allen Elizabethan Theatre.
Find out more about this seasons plays and schedule at the OSF website (www.osfashland.org).
Oak Hill B&B has partnered with OSF to offer you fantastic savings on theater tickets. Check our SPECIAL OFFERS page for more details on ticket packages.
OSF 2018 SEASON:
Othello • Sense and Sensibility • Destiny of Desire • Henry V • Manahatta • Rodgers & Hammerstein's Oklahoma! • The Way the Mountain Moved • Romeo and Juliet • Love's Labor's Lost • The Book of Will • Snow in Midsummer
Southern Oregon is wine country
Relax at a local winery or make a day of it and explore wineries around the Rogue Valley and Applegate Valley. Find maps of many area wineries here.
Southern Oregon unique growing conditions and season produce an amazing variety of wines like no other region in the country. It's no wonder that Forbes recently designated the Rogue and Applegate Valleys as one of the "Top 12 Underrated Wine Regions To Visit In 2017" in the world.
- "Much of the state has a dry and sunny clime, including down south where the diverse vineyards of the Rogue and Applegate Valleys lie. And wine diversity defines the Valleys—the range of micro-climates allows for everything from Riesling to Cabernet to ripen."
Wine Enthusiast included Ashland as one of the “Top 10 Global Wine Destinations”.
Exciting dining choices in Ashland
From craft breweries to gourmet cuisine, sandwiches to farm-to-table fare, the Ashland culinary scene has it all.
Check out the Chamber of Commerce restaurant member directory here.
Menus and Recommendations
While here at Oak Hill B&B, browse our binder of menus from area restaurants and find recommendations for different cuisines and moods. We're happy to help you select the perfect choice and assist with reservations.
The music is playing in the Rogue Valley, and there's something for everyone.
Britt Music & Arts Festival
The Britt Music & Arts Festival runs June 17 - September 17 with a wide variety of perfomances from classical to rock in a wonderful outdoor venue. Take a look at the exciting performances they have scheduled: http://www.brittfest.org/performances
Check our SPECIAL OFFERS page and make Oak Hill your home base for the festival, or complement your OSF experience with a show at the Britt Festival.
OSF Green Show
The Oregon Shakespeare Festival offers free summer and fall entertainment on the bricks! The Green Show is offered six nights a week (Tuesday through Sunday) at 6:45 p.m. from June through October. Jam with locals, internationals and friends from all over the United States. See who's performing at the free Green Show.
Wineries and Other Small Venues
Many local wineries, breweries and other small venues offer live music throughout the year. Check our event calendar to see a sampling of where the music is playing while you're here.
Lithia Park park is a 100-acre jewel following Ashland Creek through undeveloped woodlands interspersed with amenities throughout. You'll find emerald lawns, playgrounds, picnic areas, a Japanese garden, duck ponds, a formal rose garden, groves of sycamore trees and a number of secluded spots.
Pick up a copy of the Lithia Park Trail Guide and take a self-guided tour to discover the plants and trees of Lithia Park..
Hike Area Trails
There are a vast number of area trails waiting to be hiked. Whether you want a simple walk or a challenging full day hike, there are plenty of options. Click here for a list of trails and map from our friends at Northwest Nature Shop (copies of the map are available at Oak Hill B&B and Northwest Nature Shop).
The City of Ashland Parks & Rec Department also has a great interactive web app for locating parks and trails.
The Ashland Map Guide is another great resource. We have copies available for you.
Ski beautiful Mount Ashland in the winter months. Check out ticket prices and weather conditions for Mt. Ashland
Ashland is a very pedestrian and bike-friendly town. There are many in-town options for riding to and from area attractions as well as numerous trails from mild to wild.
There is a Rogue Bike Share station right next to Oak Hill B&B with simple pay-as-you-go options thru the Zagster phone app. There are multiple bike share locations around town where you can start or end a bike share with this program. Need a helmet? We can lend you one.
For more rental options, Siskiyou Cyclery is a half-mile walk from Oak Hill and offers bicycle rentals, repairs and sales.
Cascade Siskiyou Scenic Bikeway
The Cascade Siskiyou Scenic Bikeway starts and end just a five minute bike ride from Oak Hill B&B. This challenging 55-mile loop thru winds and climbs thru some of the most ecologically diverse and stunning scenery east of Ashland. Find more about this ride along with a map and cue sheet here >>
The Ashland area is home to a wide variety of trails, many of which are suitable for mountain biking. Check out a list of trails here for some great mountain biking options>>
Bear Creek Greenway
Starting right near Oak Hill B&B you can ride the Bear Creek Greenway for up to 26 miles. This paved multi-use path follows I-5, Hwy 99 and Bear Creek from Ashland thru Talent, Phoenix and Medford to Central Point and includes parks along the way for parking, water and restroom facilities. Look here for more information and a map of the Bear Creek Greenway >>
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