In Our Vicinity
Located just a mile from DANCIN is the charming town of Jacksonville, offering entertainment, lodging, nature, and so much more!
And just minutes away, you'll find the community of Ashland, home to the Oregon Shakespeare Festival as well as Medford, Rogue Valley Wine Country's largest city, and home to our international airport.
Britt Music & Arts Festival
Outdoor summer music and performing arts festival featuring world-class artists in jazz, folk, country, pop, dance, and classical music.Learn More
Craterian Theater at the Collier Center
Just twelve minutes away from DANCIN, The Craterian Theater at The Collier Center is a state-of-the-art performance venue that can accommodate large music, dance and theatrical tours, as well as local productions.Learn More
Elan Guest Suites
Elan Guest Suites is a premier boutique travel accommodation. With the Wild West backdrop of historic Jacksonville, Elan’s lodging is a jewel box of comfort, technology, and panache.Learn More
Jacksonville's Magnolia Inn
Magnolia Inn is located in the heart of historic Jacksonville, Oregon. This vintage bed and breakfast offer nine rooms with private baths, air-conditioning, cable TV, and high-speed internet.Learn More
The Laundry & The Quarters Cottages
The Laundry cottage is an enchanting one bedroom cottage and The Quarters is a remodeled two-bedroom cottage. Both are located in historic Jacksonville, Oregon.Learn More
Tours & Trails
Nearly 20 miles of hiking trails are immediately accessible in Jacksonville. Thanks to the foresight of a number of people and organizations, 320 acres have been protected to retain open space for recreational use as well as a visual buffer from surrounding development. The trails range in distance and incline to offer a variety in levels of difficulty, however, all trails are manageable for all except those with limited mobility.
In addition to the physical benefits of hiking, the trails offer abundant views of the valley and surrounding mountains as well as the trailside views of the native habitats. Getting off of pavement and being surrounded by nature has an incredibly relaxing effect and is another great way of connecting with the local community.
For wildflower enthusiasts, spring is an excellent time for viewing the local flora. The trails include several ecological zones, mixed woodland, oak woodland and riparian. There are plant guides available at the trailheads. Be sure to pay special attention to our local favorite – Gentner’s Frittilaria – one of Oregon’s rarest plants found only in this region.
You can also enjoy a self-guided audio tour of the historic mining sites along the Sarah Zigler Trail, the Jackson Forks Trail, and the Panorama Point Trail. Download Tours Narration and Tour Map.