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spacerFrom an exciting whitewater river ride to a fabulous salmon fishing expedition on the Pacific Ocean, almost anything you can dream to do outdoors is accessible in or near Roseburg. This region, called the Land of Umpqua, is best known for the bounty and power of its rivers, where steelhead, other wildlife and waterfalls abound.

The rivers run from the high Cascade Mountains through fertile valleys and from the Coast Range to the Pacific Ocean. Lush park systems have almost as much to offer. Hikers, bikers, bird watchers, rafters, fishers, golfers, skiers, skaters, boaters, ball players, campers and anyone else hungry for outdoor fun find their paradise here.



Roseburg Country Club
Private, 18-hole, championship course

Stewart Park Golf Course
Public, 9-hole, municipal course

Umpqua Golf Resort
Public, 18-hole, course


Thousands of acres of parkland offer a broad range of recreational opportunities. Miles of trails lead hikers off the beaten path to some of our region's most beautiful sites, such as the 16 waterfalls that lie just moments away from Roseburg.

The world-famous North Umpqua Trail System features 79 miles of developed trail, ranging from easy to extremely difficult, and traversing through several types of ecosystems.

The Douglas County Parks System contains 67 parcels of property encompassing approximately 2,500 acres. River Forks Parks, located at the confluence of the North and South Umpqua rivers, offers group and social opportunities. Within Roseburg's city limits, and along the banks of the South Umpqua River, Stewart Park is home to a tennis center, world class American Legion baseball stadium, YMCA, a bandshell and much more.

Roseburg's newest park, Sunshine Park, features 90 acres of baseball and softball fields, and walking trails.

Roseburg Park Tour


The wild and scenic North Umpqua River is one of the most beautiful rivers in the Pacific Northwest. Renowned for its excellent summer steelhead fly fishing, it provides a unique challenge to anglers from all over the world. The North Umpqua also offers excellent opportunities for rafting, kayaking, canoeing, hiking, camping and other activities.

Following the North Umpqua east along scenic Hwy 138 leads travelers to nearby Diamond Lake and, just 20 miles beyond, Crater Lake National Park. This phenomenal natural wonder is 33 miles around and, at 1,932 feet, is America's deepest lake.

Heading west from Roseburg, Loon Lake Lodge & Resort offers secluded Oregon Coast RV Park and camping. Campers and boaters enjoy a natural setting among soaring Douglas Fir, Western Hemlock, and Red Cedar trees then on to the majestic Pacific Ocean just 90 minutes from Roseburg.

Roseburg and Douglas County offer some of the finest fishing in Oregon, from ocean fishing at Winchester Bay to lake and river angling, providing a wide variety of fish. The North Umpqua River is internationally recognized as a bountiful habitat for steelhead, Chinook salmon, small-mouth bass and much more.