The BLM's Roseburg District public lands contain some of the most productive forests in the world with dense stands of Douglas Fir, Hemlock and Cedar. Rivers and streams flow through the forests. Visitors are drawn to its many scenic and recreation attractions. Interactive brochures now available online.
Rogue-Umpqua Scenic Byway “Highway of Waterfalls”. A beautiful 172-mile drive along the wild and scenic North Umpqua and Upper Rogue rivers to their headwaters in the Southern Cascades mountain range.
Hiking. Roseburg BLM maintains and manages four trail systems: the 79-mile North Umpqua Trail, Wolf Creek Falls Trail, Susan Creek Falls Trail, and a network of hiking, mountain biking and equestrian trails on the North Bank Ranch Habitat Management Area.
Waterfalls. The Roseburg BLM offers two majestic waterfalls at Susan Creek and Wolf Creek. But, with the joint effort with the Umpqua National Forest, visitors can enjoy 25 waterfalls in the area.
Camping and Day-Use Areas. Popular campsites include Cavitt Creek, Eagleview, Rock Creek, Susan Creek Campground, and Tyee. Cow Creek Recreational Gold Panning Area. Offers recreational gold panning to the public.