Special Places

Rogue-Umpqua National Scenic Byway - Visitor Services / Travel Planning

PAGE INDEX: Planning Your Trip | Visitor Information Locations | Recreational Activities | Interactive Byway Brochure | Maps

Planning Your Trip

Plan ahead when traveling. Services are not available at every part of the route. However, they can be found at various places such as communities, visitor information centers, or resorts along this Byway. Some resorts and campgrounds require reservations during the summer season. Some restaurants and lodging facilities are closed during winter months.

Services you may find along the Rogue-Umpqua National Scenic Byway

 

Community Restaurant Groceries Gas Lodging* RV Park Medical Dump Station Map Reference (Numbered Yellow Star)
Roseburg
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Glide
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Idleyld Park
 
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Steamboat
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Dry Creek
 
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Lemolo Lake
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Diamond Lake
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Union Creek
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Prospect
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Shady Cove
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Gold Hill
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* Advance reservations may be required.

 

Visitor Information Locations

Visitor information is available along the Byway at the following locations:

Roseburg, Oregon

Glide, Oregon

  • Colliding Rivers Visitor Information Center (open May through October) - 18782 North Umpqua Highway
  • North Umpqua Ranger Station - 18782 North Umpqua Highway

Toketee, Oregon

Diamond Lake, Oregon

  • Diamond Lake Visitor Information Center (open June through August) - Located on Forest Service Road 4795, 2.5 miles south of the north entrance to Diamond Lake Recreation Area from Highway 138. It is located across the road from Diamond Lake Campground

Prospect, Oregon

Shady Cove, Oregon

 

Recreational Activities

Fishing - rivers, lakes and reservoirs

Country Inns and Lodges

Camping - There are over 30 campgrounds along the Byway on public lands. Most of these are open seasonally. Some of the larger public agency campgrounds adjacent to the Byway or within five miles are listed below. The campgrounds are listed in order of travel from Roseburg to Diamond Lake and on the Gold Hill.

Douglas County Parks:

Roseburg District - Bureau of Land Management:

Umpqua National Forest Campgrounds:

Rogue River-Siskiyou National Forest Campgrounds:

Oregon State Parks:

Jackson County Parks

Hiking - 79-mile North Umpqua Trail, 50-mile Upper Rogue River Trail, and nature and waterfall trails

Winter Sports - cross-country skiing, snowmobiling, alpine skiing, snow play

Boating - Lakes and whitewater rivers

 

Interactive Byway Brochure

An interactive brochure for the Rogue-Umpqua National Scenic Byway is available at the Roseburg District Bureau of Land Management web site.

 

Maps

Four general Visitor Recreation Maps are available. Maps are generally 1/2" to the mile, full color, folded traditional map style, and recreation information is included.

Wilderness Maps vary in format. Some are 1" to the mile and others are 2" to the mile. Most show topography in brown ink with black text. They are usually folded in traditional map style.

Miscellaneous Maps/Brochures


See Additional Information and Links web page
for more information.




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