Uncork Your Best Life In the Heart of the Rogue Valley

True, the Rogue Valley offers some of the most fertile ground for Oregon’s premier wines. But that’s just the beginning! This area is also well-known (and well-loved) for everything from theater, music and art to fishing, hiking, golfing, skiing, rafting and countless other outdoor adventures. Where else can you take an adrenaline-pumping jet boat ride down the roaring Rogue River through Hellgate Canyon, then kick back and relax with an under-the-stars performance at the Oregon Shakespeare Festival — all on the same day? This is an outdoor lover’s paradise!

There’s the great outdoors —
and then there’s the Rogue Valley

The Rogue Valley Offers All the Comforts of Home

Today’s urban sophisticate has come to expect certain civic conveniences, and the cities around The Vineyards at Stage Pass deliver. Even though it feels like you’re worlds away, when you live in the Rogue Valley, you’re never far from a quick trip to the nearest bank, library, drug store or post office.

With small towns and larger cities in the Rogue Valley, you get the best of both worlds. Jacksonville has an everyone-knows-your-name population of just under 3,000. Medford, the largest city in the region, has a population of more than 80,000 people, while the neighboring towns of Ashland and Central Point add another 40,000 to the mix. Grocery stores and gyms are right around the corner. Hair salons and hardware stores are just down the street. Not to mention clothing boutiques, movie theaters, nurseries and more. The Rogue Valley is where big box stores and weekly farmer’s markets live side-by-side in harmony. And strangers quickly become friends.

Award-Winning Care

Asante has been named one of Watson Health’s 15 Top Health Systems in the Nation for eight consecutive years. (The only other health system with that status? The Mayo Clinic.) Watson Health is an IBM program measuring hospital performance and leadership for thousands of U.S. providers. All three area Asante hospitals have received the CMS (Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services) five-star quality rating. And Asante was named as one of the Top 100 Hospitals in the Nation in Overall Hospital Care for Medical Excellence in the 2020 CareChex Awards by Quantros, an objective quality review of hospitals and health systems across the nation.


World-Class Health Care Is Close By

When settling into a new area, access to high-quality health care is a major consideration. The Rogue Valley is home to two highly-ranked healthcare systems — Asante and Providence.

Asante Rogue Regional Medical Center is a regional referral and trauma center featuring the latest medical technology and clinical expertise. Essential programs and services include nationally-recognized heart and stroke care, orthopedics, cancer care, diabetes care, neurology and neurosurgery, bariatric surgery, rehabilitation services, neonatal intensive care, home care, and hospice services. Asante’s network includes two other smaller hospitals and three urgent care clinics, along with dozens of medical group clinics, diagnostic locations and labs.

Providence Medford Medical Center features vital programs and services, including emergency, stroke, cardiac and vascular care, joint replacement, women’s services, birth center, pediatrics, cancer center, pain management, and one of the most comprehensive rehabilitation programs in the region.

Easy Access to Major Hub Cities

The Rogue Valley International-Medford Airport is a quick 20-minute drive from The Vineyards at Stage Pass. Travelers enjoy nonstop service to 10 destinations across the western United States — including Denver, Las Vegas, Los Angeles, Phoenix, Portland, Salt Lake City, San Francisco, and Seattle. Private jet service is also available from various providers operating out of the Rogue Valley International-Medford Airport.

Access to the Best of Rogue Valley Wine Country

Rogue Valley’s topography, locale and climate provide the ideal growing area for wine grapes. So it’s no surprise that you find more than 150 wineries in the region (most of them family-owned), as well as several different wine trails a short distance from The Vineyards at Stage Pass. There’s no better way to enjoy a sunny afternoon or lazy weekend than by checking out a new or favorite winery and enjoying a tasting or two. It’s a wonderful opportunity to get an in-depth look at the wine, the vineyard where it was grown and the passionate vintners who created it.

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