Jackson County, OR Summer Camps

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Eagle Point, OR 97524

An intimate camp setting in the old-growth & rees of the Rogue National Forest. Wilderness, water falls & creeks to explore. Experience Christian community.

Gender:
Coed
Camp Type:
Residential Camp
 
 

Academy 2000

Ashland, OR
Camp Type:
Residential Camp
Gender:
Coed
 
 

Academy 99

Ashland, OR
Camp Type:
Residential Camp
Gender:
Coed
 
 

Wilderness Trails

Medford, OR
Camp Type:
Residential Camp
Gender:
Coed
 
 

Medford Day Camps

Medford, OR
Camp Type:
Day Camp
Gender:
Coed
 


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Jackson County Statistics

According to the U.S. Census Bureau , the county has a total area of 2,802 square miles , of which 2,785 square miles is.


About Jackson County, OR

Jackson County is a county located in the U.S. state of Oregon . As of 2010, its population was 203,206. The county is named for Andrew Jackson , the seventh president of the United States . There are 11 incorporated cities and 34 unincorporated communities in Jackson County; the largest is Medford , which has been the county seat since 1927.

Modoc , Shasta , Takelma , Latgawa , and Umpqua Indian tribes are all native to the region of present Jackson County. In the early 1850s, both the Klickitats from the north and the Deschutes from the south raided and settled the area. The Territorial Legislature created Jackson County on January 12, 1852, from the southwestern portion of Lane County and the unorganized area south of Douglas and Umpqua Counties. It included lands which now lie in Coos , Curry , Josephine , Klamath and Lake Counties. Gold discoveries in the Illinois River valley and the Rogue River valley near Jacksonville in 1852, and the completion of a wagon road connecting the county with California to the south and Douglas County to the north led to an influx of non-native settlers. Conflict between the miners and Native Americans led to war in 1853, which continued intermittently until the final defeat of the last band under chiefs John and George by a combined force of regular army and...


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