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Oregon State #38 Highway Guide

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Reedsport, Oregon, Junction of United States Highway #101
The community of Reedsport, Oregon, a city in Douglas County, Oregon, Bolon Islands Tideways State Park, on the Umpqua River, located north of Reedsport, Oregon.

2.2
3.5
98 ft.
Scholfield Road
Scholfield Road / County Road 55, Easter Seal Road, Carlson Arm, North Tenmile Lake, Big Creek Arm,
5.7
9.2
10 ft.
Deans Creek Road: Wildlife Area
Deans Creek Road goes to Dean Creek Wildlife Area or Dean Creek Elk Viewing Area. This is a wildlife management area near Reedsport, Oregon, off Oregon Route #38. Overlooks providing views of the area and its year-round herds of elk are found along Oregon Route #38.
13.1
21.1
26 ft.
Loon Lake Road: Park
Loon Lake Road, BLM Road 7500, traverses through the densely wooded forest, near Umpqua State Park. Loon Lake Recreation Site, East Shore Loon Lake Recreation Site, Loon Lake, a 216-acre lake located in Douglas County in the Oregon Coast Range, at an elevation of 121 metres.
16.2
26.0
69 ft.
Lutsinger Creek Road
Lutsinger Creek Road, travels along the Umpqua River on the southern bank, Umpqua Myrtle State Park
16.3
26.3
43 ft.
Scottsburg Road W
Scottsburg Road W, Scottsburg, Oregon, a community in Douglas County, Oregon, located on the Umpqua River along the Oregon Route #38,
18.5
29.8
82 ft.
Wells Creek Road
Wells Creek Road / BLM Road 22-9-70,
21.3
34.3
52 ft.
Burchard Rpad: Lake
Burchard Road, Burchard Lake,
24.9
40.1
79 ft.
Scott Creek County Park
Scott Creek County Park, a park located between the Oregon Route #38 and the Umpqua River,
28.1
45.2
66 ft.
Paradise Creek Road
Paradise Creek Road, traverses the forest
30.1
48.4
135 ft.
Bunch Bar Wayside
Bunch Bar Wayside, a wayside park located along the Oregon Route #38, on the Umpqua River, in Oregon
36.0
58.0
138 ft.
Elkton, Oregon
Elkton, Oregon, a city in Douglas County, Oregon, located on the lower Umpqua River, on the Oregon Route #38,
36.3
58.4
151 ft.
Junction
Junction Oregon Route #138/Elkton Sutherlin Highway, Mill Creek Road, Buzzard Bay County Park, Fort Umpqua, a trading post, at the confluence of Calapooya Creek and the Umpqua River,
39.6
63.7
440 ft.
Elk Creek Tunnel Forest State Park
Elk Creek Tunnel Forest State Park, a state park along the Oregon Route #38, on Elk Creek,
40.6
65.4
174 ft.
Brush Creek Road
Brush Creek Road / BLM 23-6-80 Road,
46.0
74.1
279 ft.
Jack Creek Road
Jack Creek Road, Schoen Road, Lazidaze Lane,
47.2
76.0
243 ft.
Hardscrabble Road
Hardscrabble Road / County Road 65, Upper Smith River Road, to, Windy Gap,
50.1
80.7
292 ft.
Drain, Oregon
Drain, Oregon, a city in Douglas County, Oregon, a former logging city, located on Oregon Route #38, Anna Drain County Park,
51.5
82.9
322 ft.
Laurel Hill Drive
Laurel Hill Drive, Little Reservoir Number One, located along Oregon Route #38,
56.5
91.0
413 ft.
Intersection
Intersection, Interstate Highway #5, intersects Oregon Route #38, northeast of Drain, Oregon, This is where Oregon Route #38 ends (at its eastern eastern terminus).