Sports in Central Point


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  • Salmon Run
    Tucked just south of the Chetco River?s rushing waters, the championship course at Salmon Run boasts its own aquatic artery, which wends along ryegrass fairways, passing sandy bunkers and challenging doglegs. Players soak up views of forested slopes as they face off with the course?s signature island green, whose watery surroundings and treacherous sand bunker demand the precision of a veterinarian surgeon operating on the world?s last unicorn. To gear up for the course?s myriad challenges, swingers can warm up at one of the driving range?s 10 hitting stations. Course at a Glance: * 18-hole, par-72 course * Length of 6,274 yards * Course rating of 72.1 * Slope rating of 132:m]]
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    99040 S. Bank Chetco River Rd
    Brookings, OR US
  • The Color Run Medford
    Fans of Mario Kart know Rainbow Road as a glow-in-the-dark racecourse in outer space. So do fans of ABC's The Bachelor, only theirs is located on earth and strewn with more celebrities than turtle shells. To them, it's the series of inflatable arches that flashed hypnotically around Juan Pablo and Kat as they hurtled through the Electric Run. Seth Rogen, Carmen Electra, and a pink-wigged Vanessa Hudgens have also been spotted among the global event's hordes of runners and walkers. Rainbow Road is just one of many "lands" that make up Electric Run's luminescent 5K. Any given Electric Run course contains five to seven of these brightly lit zones, each decorated according to its theme with neon trees, hanging umbrellas, phosphorescent cacti, and cascading fountains. Each land also matches the surroundings with its own soundtrack: upbeat and energizing for the wilder areas, calming and melodic for the surreal ones. Once the sun sets, participants travel through them all at their preferred pace. Everyone arrives at the same final destination, however?a DJ-propelled afterparty that keeps the night illuminated until the thunderous ka-chunk of the sun's timecard.
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    Jackson County Circuit Courts
    Medford, OR US
  • Indigo Creek Outfitters
    Though Will Volpert founded Indigo Creek Outfitters in 2011, his river-touring experience began much earlier. As a kid, his parents ran an outfitting business in Salmon, Idaho, where salmon guides would stay with them for the summer. During six-day rafting trips, he learned the ways of river culture and fell in love with fishing and navigating rapids. Today, he shares his expertise with families of all experience levels, leading whitewater trips on the Rogue River and building custom vacations in Oregon and Idaho. For a bit of local flavor, the staff also organizes a tour dubbed the "Rogue Valley on Tap Brewery Tour ".
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    130 A St
    Ashland, OR US
  • Orange Torpedo Trips
    This is our 42nd year running the rivers of the Northwest. We were the first company in the world to offer, guided white water inflatable kayaking and while we offer all types of rafting trips, the inflatable kayaks are what set us apart.
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    210 Merlin Rd
    Merlin, OR US
  • Running Y Ranch Golf Resort
    Whether you're in the mood for a New York Strip or a juicy tenderloin, you'll find plenty to like at Klamath Falls' Running Y Ranch Golf Resort. Don't expect to find any low-fat fare on Running Y Ranch Golf Resort's menu — you'll need to be prepared to indulge a bit. Take advantage of the quick and easy parking near Running Y Ranch Golf Resort. Running Y Ranch Golf Resort's moderately-priced platters and top-notch taste bring foodies back to Running Y Ranch Golf Resort time and time again.
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    5790 Coopers Hawk Rd
    Klamath Falls, OR US
  • Diamond Lake Resort
    Back in the 1920s, Diamond Lake Resort was a fishing lodge. Today, though, it's much more?a hub for year-round recreation in Crater Lake National Park. In the summer, visitors fish for rainbow trout in the glittering lake and bicycle down lush trails. In winter, they drive snowmobiles over the fresh snow and cross-country ski along seven miles of groomed trails (or through 35 miles of rugged backcountry). Whatever the season, the resort offers plenty of places to stay, just as it did back in its fishing lodge days. Today, though, lodgings range from motel-style rooms to standalone vintage cabins.
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    350 Resort Drive
    Diamond Lake, OR US

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