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Area AttractionsThis page gives you the Attractions for the Reedsport/Winchester Bay area.
Bolon Island Tideways State Scenic Corridor
This park is a quiet place with a hiking trail that extends half way around the island. Lots of birds roost at the end of the trail. The trail also provides a nice view of the Umpqua River. There's no drinking water at this site.
Dean Creek Elk
Just 4 miles east of Reedsport on Highway 38 is the viewing area that is home to approximately 100-150 majestic Roosevelt Elk. The elk roam freely within the 1000 acre preserve, which is also home to waterfowl and even an occasional bald eagle!
Loon Lake Lodge & RV Resort
Loon Lake is one of the biggest attractions in the Reedsport area.
About 1,400 years ago a major landslide in the coast range of western Oregon sent a mountainside of debris and house-size boulders down into and across a deep and narrow river canyon. The resulting dam combined with the annual rainfall formed Loon Lake. At its outlet, Mill Creek drops over 120 feet in less than 1/4 mile of spectacular waterfalls and pools.
Several hundred years ago, the first inhabitants were Indians who traveled on foot from the coast and from inland valleys. They came mostly to Ash Valley to camp, gather huckleberries and hunt elk. In the year 1850, when Scottsburg was becoming an important commercial trade center, two men were following Indian trails when they discovered the lake and named it after the common Loon duck which they had seen nesting. Early settlers lived in Ash Valley where they farmed, trapped, hunted and traded for a living. Not until the 1930's did Loon Lake receive significant attention when it was used for storing logs for transporting them by truck to the mill in Gardiner on the coast of Oregon. The logging road into the north end of the lake provided the first access by automobile. By the early 1960's the site where logs had been loaded onto trucks became a popular recreation area for the whole family.
Reedsport Skate Park
Featuring a funnel-shaped full-pipe. Skateboarders from up and down the Coast have tried to complete a full revolution of the pipe. Are you the one who meet the challenge this year?
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Umpqua Discovery Center
409 Riverfront Way, Reedsport, Oregon, phone: 541-271-4816
The Umpqua Discovery Center is an educational and cultural resource for all ages making active, innovative contributions to preserving the Oregon "Tidewater Community" experience. Interactive exhibits and programs illustrate how land, water and people have shaped each other over time.
Umpqua Lighthouse State Park is located less than a mile from the famous Salmon Harbor on Winchester Bay. The campground and developed day use areas are centered around beautiful Lake Marie. Access to this small freshwater lake is provided for angling and non-motorized boating. There is also a small sandy beach set aside for swimming or just relaxing.
Umpqua State Scenic Corridor
This small park contains a couple of picnic tables, a vault-style restroom and a short boat ramp leading into the Umpqua River. There's a small amount of room for trailer parking, but the parking lot is better suited to passenger vehicles.
William M. Tugman State Park
Despite its close proximity to Highway 101, Tugman State Park is relatively unknown -- a private hideaway on the wondrous south coast. Situated on Eel Lake near the community of Lakeside, Tugman offers 115 campsites with electric/water hookups tucked away in a mature stand of shore pines. The day-use area has a restroom and gazebo-style shelter surrounded by broad green lawns.