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U.S. DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR

BUREAU OF LAND MANAGEMENT

Oregon / Washington

Activities

Camping and Day-Use

Camping and Day Use

The Roseburg District BLM hosts seven "first-come" campgrounds, two group reservation campgrounds, and a variety of day-use areas for picnicking, water play, raft launching, and wildlife viewing. Come stay and play!

Camp sites listed include Cavitt Creek, Eagleview, Rock Creek, Susan Creek Campground, and Tyee. more>>

Cow Creek Recreational Gold Panning Area

Cow Creek Recreational Gold Panning Area

A 1,300 foot segment along the lower stem of Cow Creek is withdrawn from private mining claims to offer recreational gold panning opportunities to the public. This day-use area is located in the middle of the 45-mile Cow Creek Back Country Byway. No fees apply. A Byway brochure is available at the Roseburg District BLM.

Rogue-Umpqua Scenic Byway

Driving for Pleasure

Rogue-Umpqua Scenic Byway

Discover the Rogue-Umpqua Scenic Byway, a stunning 172-mile drive along the North Umpqua and Upper Rogue Wild & Scenic Rivers to their headwaters in the heart of the Southern Cascades. The drive owes its dramatic scenery and incredible landscapes to a fiery volcanic past. It is designated as a BLM, USFS, State, and National Scenic Byway. more>>

Cow Creek Scenic Byway

Cow Creek Back Country Byway

The Cow Creek road is a 45-mile BLM Back Country Byway and Oregon State Tour Route. Its two lane paved road between Riddle and Glendale parallels Cow Creek and the railroad. The operating railroad follows the original Oregon and California Rail Road Company grade built in 1869.

Hiking

Mott Section of the Trail with Hiker

If you're the outdoor enthusiast who loves the woods, waterfalls, or open rolling hills of North Bank Ranch, we have many satisfied outdoor users who come back time and again. Roseburg BLM manages four trail systems: the 79-mile North Umpqua Trail, Wolf Creek Falls Trail, Susan Creek Falls Trail, and a network of hiking, mountain biking and equestrian trails on the North Bank Ranch Habitat Management Area (information under construction). more>>

Geocaching

Geocaching in the Salem District

Geocaching is an outdoor adventure game played by global positioning system (GPS) users. Participants search for hidden containers, called geocaches, and then share their experiences online. Caches are typically waterproof containers of varying sizes and shapes, holding miscellaneous items such as logbooks and trinkets. Individuals and organizations have set up caches all over the world and share the locations on geocaching websites. more>>

Waterfall Viewing

Susan Creek Creek Falls

People have always been drawn to waterfalls as places of wonder, relaxation and inspiration. Roseburg BLM offers two majestic waterfalls at Susan Creek and Wolf Creek. Fish can also be seen jumping Deadline Falls on their journey up the North Umpqua River near Swiftwater. With our joint partner on the Umpqua National Forest, take a look at 25 waterfalls in the Thundering Waters Brochure within.