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The namesake of Hyatt Prairie Lake, Hyatt Prairie, existed as a high prairie with such extreme freeze-thaw cycles that trees were unable to grow, as a result, species of plants that exist at Hyatt are found only in parts of Alaska. During May and June, these conditions make the area a favorite hunting area for those who relish the mushrooms, Morels... more
A favorite of such dignitaries as Zane Grey, Jack London and Herbert Hoover, and built on the Crater Lake Trail used by pioneers as they crossed the Cascade Mountains in search of a better life, the Union Creek Resort is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.... more
The Tony Award-winning Oregon Shakespeare Festival is one of the nation's true artistic gems. Home to the largest resident acting company in America in charming downtown Ashland, OSF annually presents 11 plays on three unique stages in rotating repertory from February through October. ... more
Many geological wonders and ancient petroglyphs can be found nearby. Visit caves or hot springs, Hole-in-the-Ground, Fossil Lake, Crack-in-the-Ground, and Fort Rock. Rock hounds will enjoy the fields of petrified wood and thunder eggs.... more
The lodge has 7 bedrooms and 5 baths plus two 2-bedroom cabins on the property. All have achieved renovations that would more than please the comforts of the railroad baron who originally built the lodge in 1912.... more
Today Beau Soleil Vacation House stands behind the Ella Burns house in the footprint of a small two-story known by many as "the old pink house." The original "pink house," opened onto one of Ashland's colorful neighborhood alleys.... more
Hunter's Hot Springs Resort is the home of Old Perpetual, the only hot water geyser in the entire Pacific Northwest. Oregon's only continuously spouting geyser shoots a plume of 200 degree water over 60 feet into the air every 90 seconds (seasonally) and fills the many surrounding ponds that attract a diverse bird population. The original building... more