An easy day’s drive from Sacramento, north on I-5, got us to Ashland, OR. We stayed at Emigrant Lake County Park…a first for us and one that has received rave reviews from other bloggers.
|Rest stops are great photo ops!|
|Beautiful Emigrant Lake|
|At The Point RV Park|
The Point RV Park has 32 well-placed view sites with full-hookups for $26 per night, a bargain rate in a beautiful setting. This would make a great family summer destination with a water-slide park, play grounds, grassy shaded picnic areas, and, of course, boating, swimming, water-skiing; all about 4 miles from the quaint town of Ashland.
Visiting Ashland, famous for its annual Shakespeare Festival, and the backroads of much of Jackson County was also a first. The many wineries and farm markets plus the old historic town of Jacksonville provided a great day of sight-seeing.
|Oregon is famous for its world-class Pinots|
|Featured at one of the farm markets|
|Ashland & Shakespeare|
|Old historic Jacksonville|
And now we’re in Medford…Catching up!