Jackson County, Oregon
|County Seat:|| Medford|
|Founded:|| January 12, 1852 |
|Population:|| 197,071 |
Andrew Jackson, the seventh president of the United States is the
Counties namesake. Located in the south of Oregon it is bordered by
California on the south, Josephine County to the west, Klamath County
to the east, and Douglas County to the north.
industries in the county are agriculture, lumber, manufacturing, and
tourism. The Rogue River provides many activities, from fishing to
rafting, to camping and hiking. Boating, canoeing and kayaking are also
fun past times in the county.
There are over 10,000 acres of
orchards throughout the county.Also mined in the County is Soapstone, a
substance used in art sculpture.
Cities and Towns in the County
|Applegate||Eagle Point||Phoenix||Starvation Heights|
|Brownsboro||Gold Hill||Prospect||Table Rock|
|Butte Falls||Lakecreek||Rogue Elk||Tolo|
|Cascade Gorge||Lincoln||Rogue River||Trail|
|Central Point||McKee Bridge||Ruch||Union Creek|
|Climax||McLeod||Sams Valley||White City|
|Copper||Mountain View||Shady Cove |
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