Last Updated: August 24, 2021
As of August 27, masks will be required in most public outdoor settings, including large outdoor events, where physical distancing is not possible, and regardless of vaccination status. The Oregon Health Authority (OHA) also strongly recommends masking for outdoor gatherings at private residences when individuals from different households do not consistently maintain physical distance. Following federal guidance, some statewide mask requirements may change in specialized settings – for more information, please visit Travel Oregon's FAQ or the Oregon Coronavirus Website.
We ask that you please be patient, kind and flexible – and mask up if asked to do so, fully vaccinated or not.
Last Updated: October 12, 2021
The Umpqua National Forest has rescinded all Public Use Restrictions (PURs) and Industrial Fire Precaution Level (IFPL) requirements. The Fire Adjective Rating will also reduce to LOW. This response is due to recent and predicted moisture, as well as cooler weather.
North Umpqua River and tributaries are CLOSED TO ALL ANGLING effective August 10 - November 30, 2021 due to low numbers of summer steelhead returning to the area. Learn More.
Tucked between Oregon’s Coast Range on the west and the Cascade Range to the east, Roseburg and the greater Umpqua Valley offer an abundance of outdoor recreation. Visitors can sip world-class wine at the birthplace of Oregon pinot noir, mountain bike through the evergreens along the North Umpqua Trail, catch whitewater thrills on the Wild and Scenic North Umpqua River, and meander the Highway of Waterfalls for a peek at endless cascades. And the best part of all... this can be experienced without the large crowds that other Pacific Northwest destinations see.