. .

U.S. DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR

BUREAU OF LAND MANAGEMENT

Oregon / Washington

Recreation Sites

In Roseburg, you can climb a mountain, raft a river or catch a salmon in some of the most picturesque areas of the Pacific Northwest. It is a part of a water wonderland crowned by the world famous Umpqua River. The gentle climate creates limitless recreational opportunities among lush forests and cascading waterfalls. The lakes, rivers and reservoirs of Douglas County provide ample boating and fishing settings, especially on the beautiful North Umpqua, a river that's famous among anglers. The North Umpqua offers fishing opportunities for trout, salmon, bass, and is one of the world's only rivers with a native run of summer steelhead.

  1 2  Go to the next page
Site Name and Description Activities Facilities
Cavitt Creek Falls Recreation Site

Fees: $8 per night, $4 extra vehicle

Cavitt Creek Falls Recreation Site

Away from the busier North Umpqua Corridor, Cavitt Creek Falls Recreation Site is a favorite of locals. Surrounded by a forest ...   more>>

Fishing Swimming Wading Camping Camp Sites Picnic Sites Restrooms (Accessible) Drinking Water Drinking Water (Accessible)
China Ditch Auto Tour Loop

Fees: No fees Associated with this site.

China Ditch Auto Tour Loop

LISTED ON THE NATIONAL REGISTER OF HISTORIC PLACES

As gold mines in California played out in the 1880s, miners moved north ...   more>>

Historic Site Investigation Trails
Cow Creek Back Country Byway

Fees: none

Cow Creek Back Country Byway

Island Creek Day Use Area along the Cow Creek Byway remains open year round. The Byway is closed to vehicles between Union Creek and ...   more>>

Road Biking Botanical Sightseeing Fishing Fly Fishing Geological Sightseeing Geocaching Historic Site Investigation Hunting Mineral Collecting Swimming Wading Watchable Wildlife Camping Information Booth Picnic Sites Restrooms
Eagleview Group Campground

Fees: $130 per day plus $200 deposit

Eagleview Group Campground

Eagleview is a reservation-only group campground. It can accommodate up to 100 campers in 10 sites and also houses a rustic pavilion ...   more>>

Fishing Swimming Wading Camping Camp Sites Picnic Sites Picnic Shelter Restrooms (Accessible) Drinking Water (Accessible)
Emerald Trail

Fees: none

Emerald Trail

The newly constructed Emerald Meadow Trail is a great way to explore the entire Susan Creek Recreation Area. This 1.25 mile trail ...   more>>

Botanical Sightseeing Rafting Fly Fishing Hiking Swimming Wading Watchable Wildlife Picnic Sites Picnic Sites (Accessible) Picnic Shelter Restrooms Restrooms (Accessible) Trails Trails (Accessible) Drinking Water Drinking Water (Accessible)
Lone Pine Group Campground

Fees: $130 per day plus $200 deposit

Lone Pine Group Campground

Lone Pine is one of two group reservation campgrounds in the district. The 11 site campground can accomodate up to 110 people. Enjoy ...   more>>

Road Biking Botanical Sightseeing Historic Site Investigation Wading Watchable Wildlife Camping Camp Sites Interpretive Trail Picnic Sites (Accessible) Picnic Shelter Restrooms (Accessible) Trails (Accessible) Drinking Water
Millpond Recreation Site

Fees: $10 per night, $4 extra vehicle. Pavilion use fee is $110 and deposit is $250

Millpond Recreation Site

Nestled along the clear waters of Rock Creek, Millpond's lush forest gives way to spacious grassy areas, great for day-use and running ...   more>>

Road Biking Botanical Sightseeing Hiking Historic Site Investigation Swimming Watchable Wildlife Camping Camp Sites (Accessible) Interpretive Trail Picnic Sites (Accessible) Picnic Shelter Playground Restrooms (Accessible) Trails (Accessible) Drinking Water (Accessible)
North Umpqua Trail - Swiftwater Trailhead

Fees: none

North Umpqua Trail - Swiftwater Trailhead

The Swiftwater Trailhead is the western terminus of the 79 mile long North Umpqua Trail. The trailhead parking area south of the Swiftwater ...   more>>

Fly Fishing Hiking Horse Back Riding Mountain Biking Watchable Wildlife Picnic Sites Restrooms Trails
North Umpqua Wild and Scenic River

Fees: none

North Umpqua Wild and Scenic River

Visit one of Oregon's most beautiful rivers. Renowned for outstanding salmon and steelhead fishing and exhilarating whitewater challenges,...   more>>

Botanical Sightseeing Rafting Fly Fishing Hiking Horse Back Riding Mountain Biking Swimming Watchable Wildlife Camping Camp Sites Interpretive Trail Picnic Sites Restrooms (Accessible) Trails Drinking Water
Rock Creek Recreation Site

Fees: $10/night, $4 extra vehicle

Rock Creek Recreation Site

Discover this secluded, fully accessible 17-site campground along the forested banks of Rock Creek where visitors can picnic, wade,...   more>>

Road Biking Wading Watchable Wildlife Camping Camp Sites Camp Sites (Accessible) Group Shelter Picnic Sites Picnic Sites (Accessible) Picnic Shelter Sanitary Disposal Stations Restrooms Drinking Water Drinking Water (Accessible)
Scaredman Recreation Site

Fees: none

Scaredman Recreation Site

Because of federal budget constraints, Scaredman Campground WILL REMAIN CLOSED TO CAMPING IN 2014. The day use area will remain open ...   more>>

Road Biking Swimming Watchable Wildlife Camping Camp Sites Picnic Sites Restrooms Drinking Water
Susan Creek Falls Trail

Fees: none

Susan Creek Falls Trail

This lovely waterfall drops 50 feet over moss-lined rock cliffs. The 0.8 mile trail is moderately accessible to people with disabilities.   more>>

Hiking Restrooms (Accessible) Trails
Susan Creek Recreation Area

Fees: $14 per night, $4 extra vehicle

Susan Creek Recreation Area

Located in a beautiful setting along the banks of the North Umpqua Wild and Scenic River, Susan Creek Campground has 30 first-come,...   more>>

Botanical Sightseeing Rafting Fly Fishing Hiking Mountain Biking Swimming Wading Watchable Wildlife Camping Camp Sites Camp Sites (Accessible) Picnic Sites Restrooms (Accessible) Trails Trails (Accessible) Drinking Water Drinking Water (Accessible)
Tioga Bridge & Trailhead

Fees: none

Tioga Bridge & Trailhead

Tioga Bridge was constructed in 2012 on the piers of the Youngs Bay Bridge that washed out in the 1964 floods. The bridge was constructed ...   more>>

Botanical Sightseeing Hiking Watchable Wildlife Trails Trails (Accessible)
Tyee Recreation Site

Fees: $10 per night, $4 extra vehicle. Pavilion use fee is $50 and a $50 deposit.

Tyee Recreation Site

Tyee Recreation Site has 15 non-reservable campsites and is located on the main stem of the Umpqua River. In the winter, just the eastern ...   more>>

Botanical Sightseeing Rafting Fishing Swimming Camping Camp Sites Picnic Sites Picnic Shelter Restrooms (Accessible) Drinking Water
  1 2  Go to the next page