Cedar Lodge Inn

Address: 518 North Riverside Ave., Medford, Oregon, 97501, United States | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 518 North Riverside Ave., Medford, is near Rogue Creamery, Rogue Valley Wine Center/Eden Valley Estate Wines, Kalmiopsis Wilderness Area, and Rogue River Ranch.
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    Travel Blogs from Medford

    Day 5 - Karaoke - The Oregon way

    A travel blog entry by hammo1968 on May 18, 2015

    13 photos

    Justin and I left the girls in San Francisco at around 7:30 am to continue the trek further north, we picked up a coffee on the outskirts of town while refueling the car. We arrived at Redding around noon for a late brunch / early lunch at DeJavu cafe restaurant. Our next stop was at a rest area just over the border in Oregon, the countryside here …

    Day 50, Wednesday, September 30, 2015

    A travel blog entry by jessdaw on Sep 30, 2015

    10 photos

    After running through the campground for exercise (it was COLD!), I got the rest of my gang to ride bikes to explore several paths near the river. We crossed the river on a pretty footbridge and then found a HUGE fallen tree that traversed the river. It was SO wide that Rees, Annie, and Wes could stand side by side on the trunk! We left the campground to ride bikes down the rode to the Rogue Gorge. Rogue ...

    Redwoods in California and Wine in Oregon

    A travel blog entry by oslernztrip on Sep 14, 2015

    2 comments, 9 photos

    ... mentioned that these redwoods can grow to 350 feet or more, with a base diameter of about 20 feet? Measure your bedroom or living room to get a tangible idea of how massive these giants are!) Then onto US 199 into Oregon and Rte 238 at Grant's Pass. This route is also known as the Applegate Valley Wine Trail and took us through quiet ...

    A day we'd rather not remember

    A travel blog entry by jobyn on Sep 09, 2015

    3 photos

    ... on the path for a few moments was no laughing matter. We beat a retreat to the camp and recovered our nerves with a glass of red and an opening of the PARTY sized packed of potato crisps.

    There were just enough wasps (we'd call them European, but here they are called Yellow Jackets) to make our evening meal less enjoyable than it should have been, but when everything was washed up and set aside it was a pleasant place to watch evening descend and the sky turn dark.

    Crater Lake: storytelling addendum

    A travel blog entry by soppe on Jul 28, 2014

    1 comment

    ... the bird as well. About that time, the "chipmunks" came back to play on an outcropping, which I announced to my mother. Followed by an announcement that I had just taken the greatest photograph in the history of the world. Again. The man corrected my identification, "they're actually golden-mantle ground squirrels," as he pointed out the differences. Something about stripes on the head. Then he told us that the bird was a Clark's nutcracker. Not gonna ...