Umpqua National Forest

Nearly a million acres of forest, mountains and more.

Just east of Roseburg is the Umpqua National Forest, nearly a million acres filled with Douglas Firs, wildflowers, waterfalls, rivers, lakes, creeks, hiking trails and more. This land was set aside by the United States Congress in 1907 for its natural beauty; preserving it for generations to come. Follow the North Umpqua Highway east from Roseburg towards Crater Lake and you’ll see the North Umpqua River and the geology that defines this National Forest’s landscape. The backbone of the Umpqua National Forest is the North Umpqua Trail, a 79-mile multi-day hiking or biking experience that follows the North Umpqua River. The trail is broken up into 11 sections with access points and trailheads at the ends of each section. If you’re looking for a relaxing experience with a hike, seek out the Umpqua Hot Springs near Toketee.


Umpqua National Forest Supervisors Office
2900 NW Stewart Pkwy
Roseburg, OR 97471
(541) 957-3200
North Umpqua Ranger District
18782 North Umpqua Highway
Glide, OR 97443
(541) 496-3532
Diamond Lake Ranger District
2020 Toketee-Rigdon Road 
Idleyld Park, OR 97447
(541) 498-2531
Tiller Ranger District
27812 Tiller Trail Highway
Tiller, OR 97484
(541) 825-3100
Diamond Lake Visitor Center
(541) 793-3310
Cottage Grove Ranger District
34963 Shoreview Road
Cottage Grove, OR 97424
(541) 767-5000


Due to past wildfires, some trails and recreation areas are not accessible. Please travel safely along North Umpqua Highway corridor. The North Umpqua and Diamond Lake Ranger Districts of the Umpqua National Forest are reopened to the public.

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