The Oregon Shakespeare Festival in Ashland, Oregon, draws hundreds of thousands of visitors each year. Many wonder, “What else can we do while in town?” The answer lies in this book, a photographic essay of natural, historic, and iconic sites within a three-hour drive. Fifty-five area photographers capture notable landmarks such as Crater Lake National Park, the wild and scenic Rogue River, giant redwoods, the Klamath Wildlife Refuge, and Lassen Volcanic National Park. On-the-road and armchair travelers alike are invited to take in the idiosyncratic culture of towns such as Jacksonville, Yreka, Bandon, and Brookings. There’s plenty here for history buffs, too. Readers are invited to savor the culture and biodiversity of Ashland, but also step out into its spectacular surroundings.
A Work of Art on Every Page
Ashland Oregon, Day Trips
Nestled between the Siskiyou and Cascade mountain ranges, Ashland, Oregon, is surrounded by an endless majestic landscape. The essence of this small town and its environment, home to the Oregon Shakespeare Festival and Southern Oregon University, is captured here by 33 local photographers. By poring over these pages, you can explore scenic countryside, including Lithia Park, Mt. Ashland, Grizzly Peak, and Emigrant Lake. Breathtaking views of seasonal foliage and enchanting wildlife may convince you to plan a trip to this charming and bounteous destination. Visitors enjoy Ashland’s trendy restaurants, quaint bookstores, and relaxing spas. Many return frequently to rekindle fond memories of its ward civic spirit and rugged beauty. It’s no wonder that Ashland has been named “One of the 20 Best Small Towns in America!” by Smithsonian Magazine.