There is just something about historic small towns that warm the heart and soul, and Jacksonville, Oregon, does just that. This historic little town has a vibrant cultural scene and offers an extensive array of Southern Oregon wineries to visit. Whether you are going to see a show at the famous Britt Festival or stopping in for a little shopping, enjoying a bite at one of many restaurants, or are wine tasting in Jacksonville, you will find tons of great things to see and do!
Jacksonville’s entire town is a National Historic Landmark documenting its history in the 1850’s gold rush. Museums, graveyards, and self-guided walking, segway, or trolley tours are just some ways you can learn all about Jacksonville and fall in love with the way things used to be.
Jacksonville is way more than just a stop in history. Downtown the brick and wooden buildings are a sight to see, and the restaurants, shops, spas, and hotels will entice you to spend time exploring. During the summer months of June through September, the Britt Festival draws visitors from all around the country to see the wide range of musical performances.
Wine lovers, start in town at the local tasting rooms and then head out on the breathtakingly beautiful Applegate Valley Wine Trail. Those loving the great outdoors will fall in love with the Woodlands Trail System. Hikers and mountain bikers enjoy the twenty-plus miles of trails and incredible views.
Jacksonville will warm your heart and soul while it fills you with great food, wine, live music, and tons of culture. Come and see it for yourself, and discover what makes this town so unique.