FREE PLACES TO VISIT
We are always looking for fun and interesting things for our children to do, but we don't always have the money to do them! We decided to share all of the freebies that we find with you. Remember to check back often because we will update anytime we find something new!
EVERY KID IN A PARK for 4th GRADERS & FAMILIES
This pass provides free access to national parks, national forests, national wildlife refuges, and more! The Every Kid in a Park pass is good for the 2016-2017 school year, until August 31, 2017.
Information on obtaining the pass is available by visiting www.everykidinapark.gov
COYOTE TRAILS SCHOOL OF NATURE
2931 So Pacific Hwy, Medford, Oregon MAP
Monday-Friday, 11am-4pm and during weekend classes Nature Center is open or visit outside anytime.
FREE Bird watching, walk through the butterfly garden, or take a short hike down to Bear Creek and maybe see salmon spawning.
CRATER LAKE JUNIOR RANGER
Rim Drive, Crater Lake, Oregon MAP
During the summer, pick up a free activity book at either visitor center. Explore the park, complete the activities, then return the book to a ranger to earn a Junior Ranger BADGE. Or you can meet behind the Rim Visitor Center at 1:30, 3:00, or 4:30p.m. (June 26-Sept. 1) and participate in a free, 20-minute activity. Complete one activity to earn a Junior Ranger PATCH.
DOUGLAS COUNTY MUSEUM
123 Museum Dr, Roseburg, Oregon MAP
The Douglas County Museum has been collecting, preserving and exhibiting natural and cultural history items for more than 50 years. Full of fun hands-on activities for kids and our county's unique history. FREE for kids 0-4, $2 for 5-17, $8 Adults, $6 Seniors & Veterans
JACKSON COUNTY LIBRARY SERVICES
Every day!Toddler Movement Classes, Family Movie Nights, Arts& Crafts and So Much More!
Link to Jackson County Library Services
MCGREGOR PARK and VISITOR CENTER
Oregon Hwy 62, Trail, Oregon MAP
Memorial Day through Labor DayFriday, Sunday & Holidays 10am-5pmBarrier-free facilities at McGregor Park provide access to restrooms, trails, picnic areas, a playground, fishing ramps, interpretive displays, environmental education programs and wildlife and salmon viewing. The visitor center is staffed through the summer months and welcomes anyone interested in learning more about the natural and cultural history of the region.