Medford, Central Point, Jacksonville, White City, Antelope Creek, Lake Creek, Oregon Real Estate and Community Information

Medford, Central Point, Jacksonville, White City, Antelope Creek, Lake Creek, Oregon Real Estate and Community Information

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Serving as the seat of Jackson county, Medford is also it's most populous city. While Medford supplies the region with many larger city ammenities, the surrounding cities privide residents with the small town feel and walkable commnunities. The area is also known for it's abundance of outdoor recreation and wildlife.

Medford, Oregon

Famous for its succulent pears, Medford, Oregon is a small city nestled in the Rogue Valley just 27 miles north of the California border and 75 miles east of the Pacific coast. The 75,000 people who reside in Medford enjoy convenient access to many big-city amenities, including restaurants, shops, buses, and the Rogue Valley International-Medford Airport. Name-brand stores and unique kiosks line the halls of the Rogue Valley Mall, which is anchored by Macy’s, Bed Bath & Beyond, Kohl’s, JCPenny, and The Sports Authority. Additional mall features include a food court, kiddie rides, a train, and a children’s play area. Public transportation is available through the Rogue Valley Transportation District. Recreational opportunities within an 80-mile radius of the city include 153 stocked fishing streams, 17 lakes, 56 forest camps, the rushing Rogue River, mighty Mt. Ashland, and the expansive Pacific Ocean. Median cost of homes for sale in Medford in 2012 was $147,400.

Central Point, Oregon

Located just north of Medford lies the city of Central Point. Home to the Jackson County Expo Center, the city hosts numerous festivals and events throughout the year including rodeos, concerts, the Hot Air Balloon Festival, the Harvest Fair, the Christmas Fair, and the annual Jackson County Fair. Central Point also offers plenty of opportunities for shopping, dining, and recreation. Hiking, biking, whitewater rafting, fishing, skiing, camping, and golfing are popular activities. The 7.98-acre Don Jones Memorial Park is the largest of the city’s 13 parks and features a children’s playground, a spray area, tennis courts, a basketball court, sports fields, a war memorial, and a gazebo. Area schools are operated by the Central Point School System.

Jacksonville, Oregon

Jacksonville is a charming tourist town located just five miles west of Medford. Known for its wine tastings and historic mid-19th-century buildings, this quaint, pedestrian-friendly city offers residents and visitors alike a delightful selection of cafes, restaurants, shops, spas, and wineries. It also hosts a number of festivals each year, such as the ever-popular Britt Music Festival. Opportunities for outdoor recreation include hiking along the area’s various trails, rafting and fishing in the Rogue River, enjoying a Trolley Tour, and skating at the Jacksonville skate park. The city’s 1,100-acre Forest Park features 15 miles of scenic vistas, hiking trails, small creeks, old gold mines, and wild and plant life. The Jacksonville Woodlands Trails offer more than 20 miles of hiking and biking trails, including several that offer self-guided audio tours. Approximately 2,785 people call the city home. Median cost for houses for sale in Jacksonville in 2012 was $290,600.

White City, Oregon

Originally a U.S. army training camp, the community of White City is located at the junction of Oregon Routes 62 and 140, approximately 9 miles north of Medford. Amenities include a number of shops, grocery stores, espresso and coffee bars, and service providers. Residents also enjoy visiting the Agate Desert Preserve, a 53-acre native Rogue River Valley grassland, and viewing wildlife from the self-guided trails at the Denman Wildlife Area. Located near the wildlife preserve on the banks of the Rogue River is the TouVelle State Recreation Site, a day-use state park featuring picnic shelters, fishing sites, boat ramps, and hiking trails. Houses and lots for sale in White City include small to medium-sized, single-family homes and multi-acre lots perfect for horse farming. Median home cost in 2012 was $105,300.

Antelope Creek Valley, Oregon

Antelope Creek Valley is a rural community just east of Eagle Point in Jackson County, Oregon. Once home to the historic Antelope Creek covered bridge, the community is full of working ranches and beautiful pastures.

Lake Creek, Oregon

The small, rural community of Lake Creek, Oregon is located near a burbling creek, approximately 20 miles east of Medford. Known as the home of the shortest covered bridge in Oregon, the Lost Creek Bridge, Lake Creek also features a general store and the Lake Creek Pioneer Hall. Most shopping is done in nearby Eagle Point.

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