500 Sunny Valley Loop, Sunny Valley, OR 97497
541 472-8545 or 888 411-1846
Experience the colorful history of this rugged area through the stories of the pioneer settlers, the naming of Grave Creek, the discovery of gold, the impact of the stageline and the building of the railroad.
Douglas County Fairgrounds, I-5 Exit 123 Roseburg, OR 97470
The Douglas County Speedway hosts stock car racing through September. The speedway seats 5,000 and you'll find racing action almost every weekend with several major West Coast Events. Come see racing fever!
China Ditch Historic Area and Automobile Loop
Rogue-Umpqua Scenic Byway
BLM Rogue Umpqua Scenic Driving Tour
Southern Oregon Driving Tours
This 180-mile tour takes you past Diamond Lake, along the wild Umpqua and Rogue rivers with their riffles and pools that sport world-class trout and steelhead fly fishing, and to waterfalls, parks and campgrounds. Follow the National Byway signs along this special Discovery Drive. Estimated travel time: Full day.
Cow Creek Back Country Byway
Forty-three miles of county roads travel through rural and forest settings to make up this byway. The road parallels scenic Cow Creek and portions of the Central Oregon and Pacific Railroad, which exists on some of the original O&C railroad grade.
Umpqua Valley Winery Route
Visit nine wineries on this 35-mile drive in the Land of Umpqua. Taste award-winnning wines as well as unique blends.
966 SW 6th, Grants Pass, OR 97524
Douglas County Museum of History and Natural History
123 Museum Dr., Roseburg, OR 97470
541 957 7007
Located at exit 123, adjacent to the Douglas County Fairgrounds in Roseburg, Oregon. Visitors can expect to see professional, creative depictions of historical figures and events represenative of the Pacific Northwest and specifically the Umpqua Valley. Open daily.
421 W. Fifth Street, Canyonville, OR 97417
Other nearby museums are the Oakland Museum, the Umpqua Discovery Center and the Umpqua River Lighthouse Museum.
1-888-454-9696 or 1-541-496-3333
One mile south in historic downtown Canyonville is a hometown park with safe child play areas and comfortable picnicking areas. Managed by the city of Canyonville, the park is day use only.
A half mile north on Frontage Road and on the South Umpqua River, this beautifully maintained park has overnight RV spaces, showers, pavilion by reservation, fishing, and child play areas. Managed by Douglas COunty Park, the park is open all year.
Art, Antiques, Collectibles
A half dozen antique shops await your exploration to find one of a kind treasures. Easy walking distance to them all. You'll spend countless hours discovering antiques, collectibles, arts and crafts. Most shops are open all year long, except Thanksgiving and Christmas.
Seven Feathers Gift Gallery
4303 Sardine Creek L Fork Rd., Gold Hill, OR 97525
15500 Hwy 101 N, Klamath CA 95548
P.O. Box 1600, Winston, OR 97496
Directions: I-5, Exit 119, west 3 miles turn right on Lookingglass Road then right on Safari Road.Wildlife Safari sets on over 600 acres of grasslands and wooded areas just outside Winston, Oregon. While you, the visitor, are on safari in your own car, view exotic animals from Africa, Asia and South America as well as many native North American animals can be seen anytime of the day.
Visit local area wineries on this 35-mile drive in the Land of Umpqua. Taste award-winning wines as well as unique blends.
100 Front Street, Wolf Creek, OR 97497
Take a step back in time and visit. The Inn is on the National Register of Historic Places. In front of the tavern you'll find interpretive panels depicting life on the Applegate Trail. The Inn still provides lodging and meals to the weary traveler.