Umpqua National Forest Guide

Umpqua National Forest is in a remote area of Southern Oregon near Roseburg. It is known for the thick forest, the many waterfalls, and the beautiful lakes. This protected area sits on the northwest border of Crater Lake National Park. It shares its name with the Umpqua River, which runs from the Oregon Coast Range, through the national forest and empties into the Pacific. 

Shape Hiking Trails

Umpqua National Forest Hiking Trails

Things to Do

Activities in Umpqua National Forest

The Umpqua National Forest is located on the western slopes of the Cascade Mountain range. It is comprised of 983,129 acres of thick forest that provides spectacular scenery. Visitors will find thundering waters, heart-stopping rapids, high mountain lakes, and serene ponds in the national forest's three wilderness areas: Boulder Creek Wilderness, Mt. Thielsen Wilderness, and Rogue-Umpqua Divide Wilderness. In these spots, you'll enjoy stands of western hemlock, cedar, and Douglas fir trees.

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How to get to Umpqua National Forest

Address: 2900 NW Stewart Parkway, Roseburg, Oregon 97471

Fee: Five-Day Pass $10

Umpqua National Forest is one of the most beautiful areas in Oregon. It's full of a variety of conifers and plants, plenty of animal and birdlife. Within the national forest, you'll find lakes, rivers, and waterfalls where you can hike, camp, or fish. Enjoy all the activities available at Diamond Lake. You can also enjoy activities like mushroom hunting or huckleberry picking. Traveling by RV means you'll have the freedom to explore this rural area without being concerned about finding hotel accommodations in the wilderness. RVers will be free to enjoy a journey through some of Oregon’s most enjoyable outdoor areas.