Spring is around the corner and Roseburg is blossoming with locally-owned, new businesses. Here are just a few places to check out on your next trip to Roseburg.


Bar Run Golf and RV Resort is Roseburg’s newest public golf course that anticipates fully opening in July 2022, with the RV resort set to open in April. Bar Run is currently running a preview play of the first 10 holes. The course and RV resort sits nestled at the back of a several-hundred-acre farmland that hosts both a cherry and hazelnut orchard along with the Umpqua Sand and Gravel mine. The 18-hole, par-70 public course hugs the South Umpqua River and was designed by Dan Hixson who is well known for his course designs at Bandon Crossings, Wine Valley and Silvies Valley Ranch. The resort will also have 71 full-hook-up RV sites, four tiny homes, a clubhouse, pool and fitness center, as well as a driving range. Bar Run is located less than five miles from Interstate 5 in Roseburg at 640 Shady Drive. Rates for 18 holes will be $45 walking or $65 with a cart and $35 walking or $45 with a cart for 9-holes.

Tee times can be booked for their current hours Thursdays through Mondays by visiting barrungolf.com or calling (541) 492-0000. 


The Wine Destination is downtown’s latest hangout. The new wine bar is a cozy setting to sip and snack in one of Roseburg’s most beloved locations dating back to 1890. The Destination carries a large selection of international wines without the often hefty price tag, as well as appetizers and a small selection of beer options. The location also offers a private tasting space, monthly wine education, special events, 1 to 4 p.m. happy hour, tastings, and a unique wine club membership.

The Wine Destination is open Wednesday through Saturday from 1 to 7 p.m. at 526 SE Jackson Street. Visit online at thewinedestination.com


Farmhouse Decor and Downtown General Store is another fun addition to downtown Roseburg. The store features rustic and reclaimed goods for the ultimate farmhouse look, apparel and accessories, plus a variety of homemade treats from sourdough breads to soups and specialty moon pies to ice cream.

The shop is at 507 SE Jackson Street and open Wednesday through Friday 11 to 4 p.m., and Saturday 11 to 3 p.m. 


Hallman Woodworks isn’t exactly a new business, but the swoon-worthy showroom introducing visitors to the team’s custom and high-quality wood furniture is a new must-visit downtown. Hallman’s mission is to shift people away from the disposable, quick and cheap “landfill furniture” and is passionate about building products with the local environment in mind. Beyond the showroom, the company’s furniture can be found in multiple businesses around Roseburg.

542 SE Main Street. Visit hallmanwoodworks.com for hours and more information. 


Sugar Magnolia is a new cozy boutique with revamped furniture, vintage and antique items, glassware and decor.

Pop in Wednesday through Friday from 11 to 6 p.m. and Saturday from 11 to 3 p.m. at 549 SE Jackson Street. 


Jackson Street Provisions is bringing the farm to downtown with a  unique store and bakery specializing in items that are produced by small farms and businesses from Oregon and the Pacific Northwest. The store includes both food and other items. Check the Facebook page for the weekly highlights.

Located at 424 SE Jackson Street and open Friday from 10 to 6 p.m. and Saturday 10 to 2 p.m. 


Elodie is bringing more women’s fashion to downtown Roseburg.

The boutique is open Wednesday to Friday 11 to 6 p.m. and Saturday from 10 to 2 p.m. and located at 415 SE Jackson Street.