After breakfast at one of Roseburg’s great local restaurants visit Wildlife Safari. For animal lovers young and old, the 600-acre park and reserve is a must-see
destination. Go on a drive-through tour to see animals from around the world roaming free or get a hands-on experience at the Safari Village petting zoo. After the Safari, visit a few of Umpqua Valley’s southern wineries for wine tasting.
Venture south on I-5 to the town of Myrtle Creek to see the Horse Creek and Neal Lane covered bridges. Learn about Oregon’s third oldest city, Canyonville, at the Pioneer- Indian Museum and the Applegate Trail Interpretive
Kiosk in Canyonville City Park. Canyonville is also home to Seven Feathers Casino, offering Nevada style gaming, restaurants, lounges, a variety of entertainment and a spa.
Head back to Roseburg and visit the Douglas County Museum where the Land of Umpqua’s history is revealed through engaging displays and historical artifacts. Afterward, have dinner and quench your thirst for craft beer at one of Roseburg’s new breweries, they are a great addition to the flavorful cuisine at area restaurants.
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