Ashland has many great dining options for your stay! But if you want a varied menu with great options for breakfast and lunch, Brothers’ Restaurant Ashland is the perfect place to go! We love highlighting restaurants in the area so you can get a better idea of where you want to eat during your stay. This restaurant is a favorite for employees at the Bard’s Inn Hotel!
Oak Knoll Golf Course is open for Summer 2020!
Oregon is home to so much beautiful nature and wildlife. When you visit, it would be a shame not to embrace all of that. In Gold Beach, Oregon, you can take a Rogue River Valley Boat Tour and see all of this nature up close and in person! These Rogue River tours let you experience all of Oregon’s natural beauty while you adventure down the river.
This spring, get outside when you visit Ashland, Oregon! With so many great outdoors activities in and around Ashland, it can be hard to choose where to visit first. One of the places we recommend visiting for a day trip is Emigrant Lake Oregon!
You already know about the Oregon Shakespeare Festival, one of Ashland’s most popular annual festivals. But there’s another festival you don’t want to miss: the Ashland World Music Festival! This yearly festival is full of fun performances, exciting music, and more!
As spring comes to Ashland, Oregon, it’s time to get outside! Ashland has many fun activities year-round, but we love Lithia Park in the spring. Next time you visit Ashland, we recommend visiting Lithia Park in the spring and experiencing all it has to offer!
The Oregon Shakespeare Festival is an important Ashland, Oregon event. Each year, the festival puts on several different plays in three theaters. When you attend the Oregon Shakespeare Festival, you have a chance to see incredible performances of classic plays and modern adaptations. But now, you can experience the festival on a deeper level when you take and Oregon Shakespeare Festival backstage tour!
We love spotlighting our favorite Ashland restaurants! Today we’re spotlighting Smithfields Restaurant & Bar. This popular Ashland restaurant is known for its “nose-to-tail” dining and in-house charcuterie.
When you visit the Oregon Caves, you’ll step into the shoes of pioneers. Explore the caves through guided tours and experience a piece of living history. Since the caves are around an hour and a half from Ashland, we recommend taking a day trip to fully experience everything this park has to offer.
Are you looking for a free activity during your Ashland stay? The Schneider Museum of Art is free to the public and has many great exhibits.