|Douglas County Parks
The Douglas County Park Department was established in 1950 and was the first County Park system developed in the state of Oregon. The Park Department has grown to over 3338 acres of recreational opportunities for residents and tourists alike. With over 77 dedicated parks, located in the 100 valleys of the Umpqua River, it is the perfect place to go for picnicking, hiking, camping, boating, fishing, trail riding, and ocean dune recreation.
|Bureau of Land Management
The public lands in Oregon and Washington managed by the BLM offer you unlimited recreation opportunities. Recreational settings include evergreen forests; high desert; lava flows; rugged river canyons and rushing whitewater; sand dunes; coastal headlands, spits, and estuaries; and cultural settings such as historic trails, ranches, and archeological sites. Hiking, camping, hunting, fishing and boating are just some of the many activities to enjoy on your public lands.
|US Forest Service-Umpqua National Forest
The Forest Service was established in 1905 and is an agency of the U.S. Department of Agriculture. The Forest Service manages public lands in national forests and grasslands, which encompass 193 million acres.
|Crater Lake Camping
Summer for visitors provide the best opportunity for a comfortable visit. Hiking, camping and fishing are popular activities. Fishing for trout and salmon in the lake are a favorite pastime.