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North Umpqua Trail

The North Umpqua Trail has 12 primary trailheads and each segment of the trail varies from 3.5 to 15.7 miles in length. Download your guide here.

Wildlife Safari

1790 Safari Road, Winston, OR 97496


Thundering Waters

Oregon has many beautiful waterfalls, some that are handicap accessible like Clearwater Falls near Diamond Lake. This brochure contains just a small portion of the waterfalls out Hwy 138. Download you guide here.

North Umpqua Wild and Scenic River

Our North Umpqua River is world renowned for it's fishing and beauty. Winding it's way along Hwy 138 there are many overlook sites, rafting options and campgrounds for your enjoyment. Download your guide here.

Oregon OHV Guide

Bringing your off road vehicles? Learn the Oregon ATV Laws and Rules here.

Rogue-Umpqua Scenic Byway

172 miles of stunning scenery as you drive into the heart the Southern Cascades. Get your guide here.

Pioneer Park

425 SE Canyon, Canyonville OR 97417

A hometown park with safe child play areas and comfortable picnicking areas. Managed by the City of Canyonville, the park is day use only. Pioneer Park is the focal point of the annual Pioneer Days celebration in August, along with company picnics, family reunions, city wide yard sale, entertainment, weddings and memorials.

Stanton Park

1540 Stanton Park Road, Canyonville, OR 97417
I-5 exit 99, north 1/2 mile on Stanton Park Road east of freeway, just north of Seven Feathers Hotel & Casino Resort and a mile north of Canyonville on the South Umpqua River
Beautifully maintained park has overnight RV spaces, showers, pavilion by reservation, fishing, child play areas, swimming, hiking, boating and wi-fi. Managed by Douglas County Parks, the park is open all year.

Auto Racing, Rodeos, Horse Shows, Douglas County Fair, Craft Shows, Antique Shows, Flower Shows, Home Shows, and other fun events for kids, adults, families.

5 miles – Dirt Track Drag Racing and Mud Bogs during July’s Jubilee Days.

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