Things To Do in the Umpqua Valley


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Outdoors


Waterfalls

22 Recognized Waterfalls with varied accessibility including:

  • Clearwater Falls
  • Deer Lick Falls
  • Grotto Falls
  • Hemlock Falls
  • Lemolo Falls
  • Smith River Falls
  • South Umpqua Falls
  • Susan Creek Falls
  • Toketee Falls
  • Watson Falls
  • Wolf Creek Falls

Covered Bridges

  • Pass Creek Bridge (1925)
  • Neal Lane Bridge (1929)
  • Rochester Bridge (1933)
  • Cavitt Creek Bridge (1943)
  • Milo Academy Bridge (1962)

Cultural

Douglas County Museum of History and Natural History

Historic Districts:

  • Gardiner
  • Winston Section
  • Stephens
  • Oakland
  • Mill-Pine Neighborhood

Arts and Wineries

Umpqua National Forest

Wildlife Safari

Diamond Lake

Crater Lake National Park

  • Deepest lake in the United States (1,932 feet)
  • 33- mile roadway encircling the volcanic crater
  • Pumice desert
  • Crater Lake lodge
  • Natural Exhibits
  • Guided Tours