Oregon Route 238’s Easterly Beginning

Oregon Route 238 is an Oregon state highway which runs
between the cities of Grants Pass, Oregon and Medford, Oregon and through the historic town of Jacksonville. It is known as the Jacksonville Highway No. 272.

Oregon Route 238┬ástarts at it’s eastern point in Medford, Oregon at the intersection Oregon Route 99 (at Court & Riverside St), which is also the western end of Oregon Route 62. (Exit 30 off of i5.)

The beginning of Oregon’s Route 238 is mostly industrial areas on what is Rossanley Drive in Medford. The road takes you on a bridge that goes over a lumber yard.

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image courtesy of The Human Bean http://thehumanbean.com

After the Sage Rd. intersection, keep an eye out on the left side of the road for The Human Bean (559 Rossandley Dr.), and treat yourself to a cuppa for the ride!

5 thoughts on “Oregon Route 238’s Easterly Beginning”

  1. I lived in the Medford area for 25 years and had never been down that route until a few months ago. Its a rather pleasant drive without the obnoxious traffic.

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