Behind its historic enclave, trendy restaurants and quaint storefronts, Jacksonville is endowed with a wild side, including 18 miles of connecting interpretive and recreational trails in the 320-acre Jacksonville Woodlands, and the 1,100-acre Forest Park, with 15 miles of vistas, hiking trails, creeks, the town's old reservoir, interpretive markers and remnants of old gold mines.
Hikers during any season can use a number of route possibilities to provide anything from an easy stroll for grandma and the kids to a challenging tour for those so inclined.
Briggs Creek Trail features some meadows along the way in addition to some good swimming holes in Briggs Creek. At […]
This 5.6 mile multiple use non-motorized trail is located approximately 5 miles south of Jacksonville, Oregon. It offers stunning vistas […]
This hike provides one of the best views of the city of Ashland and the surrounding Rogue Valley. Just a […]