Local Points of Interest

Recreation

KayakingRiver rafting, canoeing, kayaking, and fishing on the North Umpqua River.

 

river-rafting

North Umpqua Outfitters has been guiding on the North Umpqua River since 1987.

 

 

Hiking, Biking, Horseback Riding

PHOTO-LRG-north-umpqua-trailThere are hundreds of trails throughout Douglas County. Check out the North Umpqua Hiking Brochure or pick one up at at the Roseburg Area Chamber of Commerce & Visitors Center as well as the Umpqua National Forest and Bureau of Land Management offices in Roseburg.

Day Trips

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Diamond Lake, located off Highway 138 approximately 76 miles east of Roseburg, offers summer and winter outdoor recreation and adventure opportunities.

 

Watchman_Overlook_3webCrater Lake, once a towering mountain known as Mt. Mazama, is now America’s deepest lake. Hike spectacular trails, picnic near fields of wildflowers, drive or bicycle 33 miles around the rim, enjoy the pristine blue waters.

 

Susan Creek FallsToketee FallsWhitehorse FallsNumerous waterfalls are located just off the Highway. Check out the North Umpqua River Brochure for a map of the waterfalls in the area.

 

UmpquaHotSpringsNatural hot springs located less than an hour away. The springs, at a temperature of 108 degrees, is located on a bare rock face 150 feet above the North Umpqua River.

 

At rock_creekRock Creek Fish Hatchery, adult fish may be observed in natural holding pools. Visitors may feed large rainbow trout.

 

 

Entertainment

7f-logoSeven Feathers Casino Resort in Canyonville

 

fairgrounds

 

Douglas County Fairgrounds events.

 

Umpqua Valley Wineries

Several wineries in the area offer tours.