In addition to fishing and whitewater boating, the North Umpqua River Corridor provides a variety of other recreational opportunities including camping, picknicking, swimming, horseback riding, hiking, sightseeing and bicycling.
Several developed campgrounds are shown on the segment maps. Campers are not limited to developed sites, but should check with the managing agecny for information and guidelines.
Many trails give hikers, bikers, and equestrians a variety of experiences. Trail lengths and difficulty vary. The 79-mile North Umpqua Trail follows the river from Rock Creek into the Mt. Thielsen Wilderness. Many shorter trails along the way take you to breathtaking waterfalls, through meadows of wildflowers or beneath rugged volcanic formations.
Detailed information on both camping and trails, along with seasonal fire restriction information, is available at the Roseburg District BLM or North Umpqua Ranger Station.