Things To Do With Kids
There is no shortage of fun-filled family activities in Roseburg. Whether you are looking for something active or educational, the following are some of our favorites:
Family Bike Paths: Roseburg has miles of great paved paths that circle around town, line the river and have plenty of park pit-stop locations. Check out the City of Roseburg bike and path system here: http://www.cityofroseburg.org/departments/parks-and-recreation/bike-trail-map
Fall Creek Trail: A short and beautiful hike for families including a wooden bridge and a multi-tiered, large waterfall. The easy, mile-long trail is located in Fall Creek on Highway 138, about 6 miles east of Steamboat.
Wildlife Safari: This unique destination gives visitors the up-close-and-personal drive-through experience with more than 500 free-roaming animals and a free walkabout zoo with camel rides, shows, a playground, concessions and more.
Douglas County Museum of Natural and Cultural History: With thousands of artifacts and displays, children are encouraged to touch, explore and play making this a one-of-a-kind museum experience.
Parks: Roseburg has 20 developed parks. Stewart Park is a favorite and includes a 105-year-old, 67-ton steam engine. Fir Grove park offers a playground and seasonal SplashPad. The River Forks county park offers beautiful scenery and playgrounds, including one that is all-inclusive.
Want more ideas? Check out Roseburg’s Parkview Skating Rink, Winchester’s Fish Ladder and Elkton’s Butterfly Pavilion.