Medford, Oregon

Located in Jackson County of Southern Oregon, just 27 miles north of the California border, Medford is the Rogue Valley’s largest city with a population of 78, 557 according to census data from 2014. The Rogue Valley International Airport is conveniently located 3 miles north of downtown Medford off of Interstate Highway 5 and provides commercial air service by Horizon/Alaska Airlines, United, Delta, and Allegiant with approximately 56 flights daily to and from San Francisco, Portland, Seattle, Los Angeles, Las Vegas, Denver, and Salt Lake City.

A small town with big city amenities, Medford is known for it’s easy access to the Rogue River and abundant outdoor recreation activities. Home to award-winning wineries such as RoxyAnn and EdenVale, Medford is also conveniently located on the I-5 corridor between Ashland and Grants Pass and offers close proximity to cultural attractions such as the Craterian Theatre, Harry & David, the Britt Festival, the Jackson County Expo, the Rogue Valley Mall, and the Oregon Shakespeare Festival.

Public transportation is provided six days a week by the Rogue Valley Transportation District. Rogue Community College is located in downtown Medford, and Southern Oregon University is just 15 miles south in Ashland. The median listing price of homes for sale in Medford in 2017 was $289,050.