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.

Pacifica is dedicated to education and to celebration of the environment, plants, local arts, and community: past, present, and future.

Pacifica’s Mission Statement


Click to see ways Pacifica supports its mission

Upcoming Events & Classes

Pacifica offers constantly evolving events for all ages and interests – from art classes, to educational conferences, to festivals featuring local artists and musicians. We look forward to seeing you there!

Enjoy the Outdoors at Pacifica

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 7 am – dusk


Please observe our Visitor Guidelines

Please check the Events Calendar for property closures when planning your visit

During Pacifica’s Outdoor School the property is closed to the public for the comfort and safety of our students, and during weddings the Heron Pond and Cedar Center areas are reserved for guests. The entrance parking lot and perimeter trails may still be used on wedding days. Thank you!


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Pacifica is open to all thanks to the support of our community – if you enjoy your time at Pacifica, please consider leaving a donation to help maintain this beautiful property! Thank you.