Pacifica: A Garden in the Siskiyous is a 501(c)(3) non-profit, which has been serving the community of southern Oregon since 1999. A unique 420-acre natural reserve, it is a nature center, botanic garden, educational site, and community center.
Located in Southern Oregon between Grants Pass and Medford, Pacifica’s grounds are open free to the public for hiking, horseback riding, catch-and-release fishing, picnics, and as a natural classroom for children and adults. Pacifica is a de-facto park, nature-education area, & community gathering space. You can find full information on these activities under the ‘Things to Do’ tab. To identify local plants and animals during your visit – check under the ‘About’ tab for Flora and Fauna identification sheets, or view our ‘What’s Blooming at Pacifica’ page.
- GROUNDS ARE OPEN FROM 7AM to DUSK EXCEPT DURING PRIVATE EVENTS
- NO OVERNIGHT PARKING OR CAMPING ALLOWED