January 19 – 22, 2012


Thank you for stopping by our booth at the International Sportsmen Show. On this Web site you will find value packages and events throughout Southern Oregon. Simply click on the white boxes on the map to find out about promotions in that area. Plan your vacation around these promotions and festivals!

When making reservations or purchasing items please mention (or say the individual code listed by some businesses) that you visited the Southern Oregon booth at the International Sportsmen Show to get the special offers. Some businesses require a copy of the promotion from this form. See individual listings for booking requirements.




Running Y Ranch
Lisa Galloway

Running Y Ranch is located in Southern Oregon near Klamath Falls and high above Payne Canyon. Overlooking the 10th fairway is our cozy lodge  where you can kick back and relax in an atmosphere
of upscale western ranch living. Enjoy a meal with an incredible view at our newly opened Ruddy Duck Restaurant. Golf at Oregon’s only Arnold Palmer-designed golf course, ranked among America’s 100 Greatest Public Courses by Golf Digest.

Golf Spectacular Stay & Play Package - Two nights lodging, four rounds of golf, and dinner for two for only $398 excluding tax. Validity dates March 31 - May 31, 2012 & August 31 - October 31, 2012. Visit 
www.runningy.com. To make reservations call 888-850-0275 and ask for promotion code YGPSHO!

Lake County Chamber of Commerce

Lakeview, OR
Audrey Henry

Hundreds of miles of Mountain and Road Biking, Hiking, x-country skiing, snowmobiling, snow shoeing
with warming huts. Downhill skiing & snowboarding, ice fishing, hang gliding/para gliding (5 perfect
launching spots for the best thermals in the world), horseback riding and hunting, we’ve got it all in Lake
County. “Best Fly Fishing in the State of Oregon” - all wild, native trout. Over 70 miles of walkable riverbank - wild red band rainbow trout. Rated “Top fly fishing in Pacific Northwest” by Outdoor Sports Writers Association.

Directions to Lake County, Oregon from Sacramento - I- 5 North towards Redding to exit 522. I-80 East
towards Reno Exit 15 to US 395 North towards Susanville. Turn Right onto CR A3 (Standish Buntingville
Rd). Turn right onto US 395 North to Lakeview, Oregon. Call the Chamber 877-947-6040 for more
information and maps.

Thunder Ranch - Handgun/Rifle/Specialty Defensive firearms & tactical skills training

Waterfowl & Varmint Hunting - John Albertson 541-417-1206 - Hunting “Casita” sleeps 4-6 Hunt on 750 acres of private land, 140 acres of water for ducks & geese. 

Flyfishing - Guided instruction - Fisher King Fly Shop
www.fisherkingflyshop.com 541-943-3360 or 541-219-9129

High Desert Outfitters - Big Game Hunting at its best - Big Horn Sheep, Rocky Mountain Elk, Mule Deer,
Antelope. Call 888-HUNT-444

Special Packages:

Willow Springs Guest Ranch is located in Valley Falls, just north of
Lakeview off Hwy 395.

The Cowboy Way - A two-night stay for 2 with breakfast, lunch and dinner. Western themed Rustic cabins with private baths, queen beds, pedestal fireplace and a terrific view. Each unit displays distinctive art work by a Western artist, i.e. the Frederic Remington room or the Charlie Russell room. There is a sun porch that runs the full length of the cabin with plenty of chairs for “settin’ a
spell.” Bed and Breakfast guests will be served a hearty morning meal and dinner with “campfire cuisine.” After a full day of riding the range horseback you can soak in an authentic wood fired hot tub while you stargaze by Coyote Creek. $260 excluding tax.

Mention Sportsman Show when booking. Validity dates - May 15 – September 30, 2012.

Plan your visit around these Lake County events:

July 5, 6, & 7, 2012 International Festival of Free Flight - Look to the skies to watch or participate in our
“umpteenth annual” Festival with Hang gliders and Para gliders from all over the world who compete for the longest flight, fastest flight and most bizarre landing.

July 6 & 7, 2012 Lake County Quilt Show - Quilt show throughout Lake County with special demonstrations, vendors and classes. Hundreds of quilts will be displayed throughout Lakeview and all of Lake County. We will have maps for quilting “trails” and a “Quilt Hop” to travel through the county for viewing.

August 4 & 5, 2012 Tour de Outback - Come ride with us, Lake County’s 2 day “Tour de Outback” bicycling event. Two days of mountain biking and road biking charity ride to benefit Lake District Hospital’s Cancer program. After the Saturday ride, enjoy our annual Wine & Music
Festival downtown Lakeview.



Roseburg Visitors & Convention Bureau
jean@visitroseburg.com 800-444-9584
410 S.E. Spruce Street, Roseburg OR 97470

From Oregon’s unspoiled coastline to the crystal clear waterfalls and lakes of the high Cascades, come visit the city of Roseburg, the heart of the Land of Umpqua. Outdoor adventures abound for hiking, mountain biking, white water rafting, scenic drives and wine tasting in one of our 22 wineries scattered throughout the Umpqua Valley. Come stay and explore in Southern Oregon’s Umpqua region.

VALUE PACKAGE: Overnight accommodations for two at a Holiday Inn Express, Sleep Inn and Suites of Roseburg, or The Windmill Inn of Roseburg and tickets to the Wildlife Safari drive thru exotic wild animal park where you drive thru as the animals roam free in the 600 acre park. Call individual participating hotels for package rates.

Plan your visit around these Roseburg events:

Music on the Halfshell Concert series - FREE on Tuesday evenings in the summer. www.halfshell.org

Umpqua Valley Summer Arts Festival
June 22 – 24, 2012

Roseburg Graffiti Week
'50s & '60s car events
July 4 – 8, 2012

Henry Goes Wine
August 18, 2012

Melrose Vineyards Harvest Celebration and Grape Stomp
September 22, 2012

Umpqua Valley Wine, Art, and Music Festival at the Umpqua Community College September 8 & 9, 2012


Seven Feathers Casino Resort

Dani Raines, Convention Sales Manager
Dani 541-839-1161
Toll Free Reservations 888-677-7771
Toll Free Info 800-548-8461

Just a day’s drive from the Bay Area and easy access off I-5 for great fun and relaxation.

Special Offer Spa Package at $129 +tax any day of the week (incl. standard or deluxe room including
$50 gift card for the River Rock Spa).

Restrictions: Mention CODE: CA2012 for a sensational Spa Package at $129 +tax any day of the week (incl. standard or deluxe room including $50 gift card for the River Rock Spa). Validity Dates: January 10 – December 30, 2012.


Umpqua Indian Foods

www. umpquaindianfoods.com

Highly prized and sold internationally, handmade jerky from Umpqua Indian Foods provides you with a delicious, healthy eating experience. The “Classic” jerky line has 6 distinctive flavors and the Jerky for Life jerky line has 2 of the same flavors as the Classic line. Along with the jerky products we also sell Salami Bites, Veggie Chips, Pango Chips and Banana Chips. We hope you tried some of the samplings at the show! Easiest to buy online and ship right to your door. Closest place to buy is Thunder Valley Casino, Lincoln, CA.

Show Special: 10% off online order, mention promo code SSS2012.



Chateau at the Oregon Caves
Norah Latke 541-592-4440 or
Judy Hoyle 541-592-4444
Toll free: 877-245-9022

Special Package:
Chateau & Caves Getaway Experience
Chateau at the Oregon Caves National Monument Getaway Package includes cave tour for two, one night’s standard room lodging for two, $50 voucher for dinner in our fine dining room, and $20 voucher for breakfast at Caves Cafe. $179 includes taxes. Limited Offer. Must present this hand-out at registration.

Validity Dates: May 11 - June 17 & Sept. 4 - Oct 14, 2012. To make reservations please call 541-592-3400 or email caves@cavenet.com



Medford Visitors & Convention Bureau
101 East 8th St., Medford, OR 97501
541-800-469-6307 541-779-4847

Great performances surround us! They aren’t just in our theatres… our great performances abound in the art, wine and culinary creations of Medford and the Rogue Valley. This rural Pacific Northwest stage features a cast of quaint small towns that are just a hop, skip and a jump from the dynamic beauty of Crater Lake. In Medford and the Rogue Valley you can meet passionate winemakers creating amazing wine, applaud an Oregon Shakespeare Festival production under the stars, savor a delectable one-of-a-kind chocolate, browse through an eclectic art gallery and discover world famous mouth-watering cheese. Even nature puts on a great performance by combining 200 days of sunshine with breathtaking scenery! Delight ALL of your senses throughout the year in Medford and the Rogue Valley. For additional information and vacation packages visit www.visitmedford.org or call 800-469-6307.

Festivals and Events:

Pear Blossom Festival
(Run & Parade) April 14, 2012
Location: Downtown Medford
Rogue Valleys #1 Athletic event has more than 4,000 participants. Features the Mayor’s Mile and 2-mile, 5 km and the Grand Daddy 10-miler. www.pearblossomrun.com

Pear Blossom Pear A Fare
April 13 & 14, 2012
Location: Downtown Medford
Feature locally produced wines and brews, along with local artisan foods and specialties. Tastes of the participating wine and brew products will be available by purchasing a souvenir glass which will include a number of complimentary tastes from vendors. Wines, brews, foods and specialties will be available to be purchased by those in attendance. 541-821-2169, www.pear-a-fare.com

Oregon Cheese Festival
March 17, 2012
Cost: $15
Location: Rogue Creamery, 311 N. Front Street, Central Point
Oregon-inspired culinary event. Over 20 artisan beverage, artisan food, artisan cheese and crafters participate. www.roguecreamery.com

Ashland Independent Film Festival
April 12-16, 2012
The festival introduces international and domestic films as well as features in almost every genre including drama, comedy, documentary and animation. www.ashlandfilm.org

Rogue Valley Wine & Food Festival
April 20-21, 2012
Location: Medford Armory
Kick off spring by enjoying fresh culinary delights, flavorful wines and an exhilarating “buy local” atmosphere. Visit with the artisans and view their work which is available for purchase www.roguevalleywinefest.com

Art in Bloom
May 5-6, 2012
Location: Vogel Plaza Downtown
Enjoy the fine art of regional artists in the Rogue Valley’s largest juried outdoor art fair. Musical performances, special exhibits, floral displays, workshops and children’s activities.

Medford Cruise
June 10-17, 2012
Free for spectators
Location: Hawthorne Park & Downtown.
Classic cars at their finest. Feast your eyes on a variety of classic cars 1972 and older. This threeday
event includes live entertainment, show and shine, cruise and much more. www.medfordcruise.org

Taste of Harry & David
September 1-2, 2012
Location: Harry & David Country Village
Southern Oregon’s premier food and wine event. Sample a delicious array of extravagant food and wine from over 50 fine sampling stations.

The Rogue Run – Half Marathon and 10k
September 23, 2012
Cost: $50
Location: Jackson County Expo
Come to Medford for an extraordinary half-marathon and 10K running event held in the beautiful Rogue River Valley. Over 650 runners run from Talent to the Jackson Co. Expo in Central Point where they end their race at the annual Harvest Festival event. www.theroguerun.com

Medford Jazz Festival
October 12-14, 2012
Location: Various Downtown Medford Locations
The Medford Jazz Festival plays host to a century of different jazz styles and subgenres packed into three full days of music, dancing, and fun. 2012 will mark the 24th year; it’s the longest running jazz festival in Southern Oregon and Northern California. www.medfordjazz.org



212 East Main St., Ashland, OR
Toll free 888-795-4545 or 541-488-1700
Karolina Wyszynska, Director of Sales and Marketing

In the center of Ashland, Oregon sits historic landmark ASHLAND SPRINGS HOTEL, the premier choice for lodging in Southern Oregon. Lovingly restored in the year 2000, this fully appointed hotel is a haven of taste and elegance reminiscent of small European hotels, harkening back to the days when travel was adventurous and the destination was part of the fun. It offers 70 comfortably appointed guests room, award-winning dining at Larks Restaurant, relaxing treatments at Waterstone Spa & Salon, and most importantly, walking distance to all Ashland’s attractions. Within a 20-minute drive visit historic Jacksonville, numerous wineries of the Rogue River and the Applegate Valleys, or find yourself white water rafting down the Klamath River.

Oregon Chocolate Festival
Weekend of March 2 - 4, 2012
Over 45 Oregon chocolatiers, seminars, tastings, Chocolate Maker’s Dinner, Art Gallery Walk, discount to OSF. Chocolate overnight package starts at $189 and includes two tickets to the festival!

Annual Food & Wine Classic - Larks Restaurant’s Executive Chef Dave Georgeson won the title of Ashland’s Top Chef 2011/2012 at the last November classic. Visit www.LarksRestaurant.com or follow us on Facebook and Twitter.

Special Offer: Oregon Shakespeare Festival Package
Overnight stay in a View Queen room, $30 voucher to dinner at Larks restaurant, expanded continental breakfast, two tickets (A+ seating) to the OSF.
Spring Package Rate $229 Fall Package Rate $249
Valid February 18, 2012 – May 31, 2012 & September 13, 2012 – October 31, 2012. Sunday through Thursday only.
To make package reservations please call 888-795-4545 or email Karolina@ashlandspringshotel.com




Jacksonville, a National Historic gold mining town, is nestled in the rolling hillsides of Southern Oregon and is the Gateway of the Applegate Valley Wine Trail. Long time home of the Britt Festivals, it offers plenty of outdoor activities too. The Jacksonville Woodlands comprises over 16 miles of beautiful hiking trails on 350 acres.

Our new Jacksonville Forest Park offers mountain biking and equestrian/horseback riding trails along with running / hiking. Fishing, swimming, rafting and Jet boating are nearby. Come visit us!

Plan your visit around: The Star-Thistle Fly-Over in May and the West Coast Paragliding Championship in June every year.

Value Package: Stop by the Visitor Center and pick up complimentary tickets for two to the Trolley Tour,
anytime from mid-May through October. Must mention Sacramento Sportsmen Show. May also purchase passes to the Applegate Valley Wine Trail wineries at the Visitor Center.

 Grants Pass

Natural. Rogue River. Legends.

Grants Pass, Oregon sits on the banks of the Rogue River and is known for its thrilling outdoor
adventure - jet boating, rafting, hiking, fishing and zip lining. Then add in handcrafted culinary – toffee, jams, pastries, and cheeses - award winning wines, unique antique treasures, exceptional chefs, passionate wildlife refuge, robust history, distinct lodging opportunities, and gracious friendly hospitality. It doesn’t get much better than this! Conveniently located halfway between Portland
and the San Francisco Bay Area, off of Interstate 5. For additional information visit www.visitgrantspass.org, call 541-476-5510, or email dayna@visitgrantspass.org

Applegate Valley Wine Tasting

Stop by and purchase Applegate Valley Wine Tasting Passes at the Grants Pass Chamber/Tourism Office on Vine Street in Grants Pass and receive complimentary wine tasting’s for two at any of the participating fourteen wineries in the Applegate Valley Wine Region. Tasting’s are valid for up to one week of wine glass purchase.

Grants Pass City Packages:
Complimentary trolley service to Wildlife Images Rehabilitation & Education Center via their Expedition
Transport Trolley which runs from June 4th to Sept. 3rd, 2012. The transport departs from these downtown Grants Pass locations: Hellgate Excursions, 966 SE 6th Street • The Lodge at Riverside, 955 SE 7th Street • Black Bear Diner, 1900 NW 6th Street • Grants Pass Welcome Center, 6th and G Street. For Wildlife Image tour and reservation information please call 541-476-0222 or visit Wildlife Images
website at www.WildlifeImages.org

Festivals and Events:

Amazing May
Visit www.amazingmay.com for all event information

Boatnik Festival May 24, 2012 – May 28, 2012
Location: Riverside Park 
2012 marks the 53rd Annual Boatnik Celebration. Carnival rides, boat races, games, a parade and food booths. Held as a fundraiser by the Grants Pass Active Club proceeds benefit the entire community. www.boatnik.com

Art Along the Rogue
10th Annual October 6 - October 7, 2012
Cost: Free Location: H St in Downtown
This event is provided to our community at no charge. Thousands of visitors gather for a weekend of fun, music, and art in Downtown Grants Pass. Art Along the Rogue features nationally-known street painters creating huge pastel chalk drawings on the street along-side regional artists and students from area elementary through high school. Art Along the Rogue also premieres a musical showcase featuring some of the region’s top musical groups from blues to bluegrass and funk to folk music. www.artalongtherogue.com

Grants Pass Half Marathon
10K - 5K- Kidz Costume
Run October 27, 2012
Location: Reinhart Volunteer Park

You are highly encouraged to register online at www.roguemultisport.com. You may also register in person or mail your entry to Competitive Athletics, 545B NE “E” St., Grants Pass, OR 97526. Online registration is open until October 26th. Mail-in entries must be received by October 23rd. In-person registration is open until October 26th at 4:30pm. Please no day of race entries.

Race organizer contact: Nicki Wright at Competitive Athletics, 545B NE “E” St., Grants Pass, OR 97526.
Phone 541-479-1001. www.competitiveathletics.com

Magical Musical Christmas Murals

Starting the second week of November and running through the first of the new year, the downtown area will sparkle with the fiberoptic dazzle of 18 gigantic Magical Musical Christmas Murals. The murals weigh 400 pounds each and include sound systems which play the old-fashioned Christmas music. The murals are 12 inches thick, 10 feet tall, five feet wide, and wired with miles of fiber optic cable and thousands of points of lights. www.visitgrantspass.org

Hellgate Jetboat Excursions

Best time of year: May thru September
An unforgettable adventure… Enjoy a jetboat trip on the legendary “Wild and Scenic” Rogue River that both young and old will enjoy. Experience the wildlife and history of the river on a fully-narrated tour to Hellgate Canyon. Five exciting trips to choose from, adult prices $39 - $64. Call or go on-line to book your reservation today on the Northwest’s #1 River Trip.

Galice Resort

Debbie Thomason

Come check out our new reduced prices for 2012!
“Galice is just Galice until you add the people, then it becomes the experience.” Come and enjoy what the Rogue River has to offer with the Galice Resort. Where we offer a full-service restaurant, lodging, gift shop and shuttle services, as well as everything you need to create your own tradition, rafting on the beautiful Rogue River. To make reservations please call 541-476-3818 or email fun@galice.com

Morrison’s Rogue River Lodge

An Orvis-endorsed fly fishing lodge with steelhead and salmon fishing, and white water rafting trips. Individual cabins and lodge rooms, pool, tennis courts, restaurant, and meeting facilities. Now offering - Horseback Trail Rides and hiking trails up Taylor Creek Canyon at the Sam Brown Campground.

Value Package: 25% off of posted lodging and day rafting rates and 10% off of Horseback riding rates. May 15th August 30th 2012. Advance reservation required.

Based on availability 800-826-1963 Ask for Sacramento show special. www.morrisonslodge.com

Best Western Grants Pass Inn

Contact: Rachelle Corondo
Mention Sportsmen Show and receive 25% off available rate. Valid through January 1, 2012 - June 1, 2012. To make reservations please call 800-553-room or email bestwestern@grantspassinn.net


Brookings-Harbor Chamber of Commerce
16330 Lower Harbor Road, Brookings, OR 97415

Located on the southernmost Oregon coast at the heart of America’s Wild Rivers Coast, Brookings-Harbor sits nestled between the Oregon Coastal Range and the Pacific Ocean. The largest community in Curry County, with a population of 14,000, Brookings-Harbor is spread over a fifteen-mile long bench of land overlooking the sea. Called the Oregon Coast’s Banana Belt, the south facing area boasts one of the mildest year-round climates on the Oregon Coast. A developed harbor, situated at the mouth of the Chetco River, hosts a sizeable sport fishing basin and a commercial fishing fleet. Weather, outstanding natural scenery, recreational opportunities, a world-class 18-hole golf course, and an impressive assortment of cultural activities attract retirees and visitors from around the world.

Plan your visit around these Brookings-Harbor events:
Whale Watching. March month-long. Watch gray whales migrate north with their young from their calving lagoons in Baja Mexico to their feeding grounds in Alaska. www.whalespoken.org

Azalea Festival. Memorial Day Weekend, May 25-28, 2012. Celebrating its 74th year…a weekend full of
community-wide activities. www.brookingsharborchamber.com

American Music Festival Concerts in the Park June through September - FREE on alternate Sunday afternoons at the Stage Under the Stars, Azalea Park. Check  www.brookingsharborchamber.com for dates after April.

Old Fashioned Fourth of July on the Beachwww.port-brookings-harbor.org

Southern Oregon Kite Festival July 21-22, 2012
Slam’n Salmon Ocean Derby Labor Day Weekend, August 31-September 2, 2012 Chinook Salmon fishing derby out of the Port of Brookings Harbor, offering more than $15,000 in cash and merchandise. www.slamnsalmon.com

Nature’s Coastal Holiday December 1-24, 2012. Azalea Park is transformed into a winter wonderland of brilliant lights and sculptures. Nightly from 5-9:00 p.m. www.brookingsharborchamber.com

Whale Watching December, month-long. Watch gray whales migrate south from their feeding grounds in Alaska to their calving lagoons in Baja Mexico. www.whalespoken.org