- Our list of the best things to do in Gold Hill, Oregon, features the top 103 nearby activities — including 62 great attractions with user approval ratings of 90% or more!
- Gold Hill, OR has a variety of great sights and experiences nearby. Top categories include: Food & Drink, Outdoor Places, Museums & Galleries, and Entertainment & Shows.
- The results below include the top 2 things to do within the city of Gold Hill, OR , followed by 101 popular activities in nearby cities, including Grants Pass, Medford, Jacksonville, Ashland and Central Point
Located along the picturesque Rogue River, the Del Rio Vineyards & Winery is home to the largest vineyards in Southern Oregon. The vineyard is open to public for its day tours and wine-tasting events. It is also a nice place to sample wines from exquisite varieties.
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Interstate 5 between Medford and Grants Pass, Gold Hill, OR MoreLess Info
A roadside attraction located in Gold Hill in Oregon, the Oregon Vortex is a famous landmark which consists of interesting visual and perceptual effects that will leave both young and old alike in awe.
Mini-golf, go-karts, and a large game arcade are a few of the many amenities offered at the Rogue Valley Family Fun Center. The center also includes batting cages, bumper boats, and birthday party hosting.
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9540 Old Stage Rd, Central Point, OR 97502 MoreLess Info
Bagging the certificate of Excellence 2013 award from tripadvisor, the Rogue Valley ZipLine Adventure is indeed exhilarating. It offers five different zipline courses with a bird's eye view of the Braden Gold Mine.
The Upper and Lower Table Rocks are two volcanic plateaus. Hiking to these rocks is a popular activity with the hike to the Lower Table Rock being 5.4-mile trip gaining 780 feet in elevation, while the hike to the Upper Table Rock is 2.8-mile trip gaining 720 feet in elevation.
If looking for a fun and exciting adventure then check out Rogue Jet Boat Adventures. They take you on a wild boat ride, enjoy the unparalleled and unsoiled beauty of nature, plus experience the life of native Indians before the arrival of settlers.
The Crater Rock Museum is not just home to the finest gems, minerals and rock exhibits but also to jewelry making classes. The museum also offers lapidary workshops, monthly exhibits, hosted events and a permanent rock exhibit.
A specialty cheese shop, the Rogue Creamery has been operating since 1933. Feel free to ask the shop for artisan cheeses, recipes and even cheese pairings. You can get an educational DVD tour of the creamery and take a sneak peek of the factory too.
Ledger David Cellars is a craft winery that makes an array of red and white wines, including Chenin Blancs, Sauvignon Blancs, Chardonnays, Cabernets, Malbecs, and others. The winery has a tasting room that is open for visitors.