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Start of RogueUmpqua Scenic Byway
Junction of State Highway #138 with Interstate Highway #5 in Roseburg, Oregon, This is where the Rogue Umpqua Scenic Byway starts. Rogue-Umpqua Scenic Byway offers towering coniferous forests, 172 miles of diverse river and mountain landscapes, roaring white water rapids, rolling oak-covered hills, and incised intercanyon lava flows. Drive beside the Upper Rogue and North Umpqua Wild and Scenic Rivers that have world-class fisheries.
3.3
5.3
Sunshine Road
Sunshine Road, North Little River, in Roseburg, Oregon
3.7
5.9
Buckhorn Road
Buckhorn Road / Dixonville Road, Glide Aero Airport, a private airport located in Douglas County, Oregon.
5.7
9.1
Dixonville, Oregon
Dixonville, Oregon, a community located on Rogue-Umpqua Scenic Byway in Douglas County, Oregon
10.6
17.1
Singleton Road
Singleton Road,
11.7
18.9
Whistler Road
Whistelers Park Road to Whistler's Bend on the Umpqua River. Glide Transfer Road,
14.9
24.0
North Bank Road
North Bank Road / Wild River Drive, Umpqua Airport, a private airport, located in Douglas County, Oregon, on the banks of Umpqua River, Oregon
16.3
26.3
Glide, Oregon
Glide, Oregon, a census designated place in Douglas County, Oregon. Colliding Rivers
20.6
33.2
Idleyld Park, Oregon
Idleyld Park, Oregon.
21.9
35.3
Rock Creek Road
Rock Creek Road / Burea of Land Management Road
25.7
41.3
Honey Creek Road
Honey Creek Road / BLM Road 26-2-70,
28.3
45.5
Susan Creek Road
Susan Creek Road / BLM 23-0 Road, Susan Creek Falls,
33.1
53.3
Moore Hill Lane
Moore Hill Lane, NFD 4710 Road, Fall Creek Falls,
38.8
62.4
Steamboat Creek Road
Steamboat Creek Road, Steamboat, Oregon, Steamboat Falls, Little Falls, Canton Creek, Steamboat Campsite,
43.4
69.8
Panther Creek Road
Panther Creek Road / Fairy Creek Road, A bridge over Panther Creek is located here
49.1
79.0
Illahe Road
Illahee Road / NFD 4760 Road,
49.9
80.3
Twin Lakes Road / NFD 4770 Road
Twin Lakes Road / NFD 4770 Road,
51.0
82.1
French Junction Road
French Junction Road towards Eagle Rock, a mountainous rock raising steeply from the ground, located in Oregon off Rogue-Umpqua Scenic Byway
54.9
88.4
NFD 4775 Road
NFd 4775 Road / NFD 10/11 Road traveling on the banks of, along the Umpqua River, Oregon
56.9
91.5
Toketee Falls, Oregon
Toketee Falls, Oregon, located in the Umpqua River, along the North Umpqua Highway, Oregon.
58.8
94.7
NFd 34 Road Toketee Falls
NFD 34 / NFd 4776 Road, Upper Toketee Penstock Springs, Aquaduct from Toketee Falls, Oregon. Mill Creek, Umpqua River Hot Springs, A Camp Spot along the North Umpqua River in the National Forest in Oregon near Clearwater, Oregon
60.8
97.8
Toketee Ranger Station Road
Toketee Ranger Station Road, Toketee Ranger Station, USDA Forest Fire, NFD 250 Road / Clearwater Falls, Oregon
61.1
98.4
NFD 37 Road
NFD 37 Road NFD 400 Road, Toketee State Airport, a public airport located near Clearwater, Oregon in Douglas County, Oregon. Watson Falls, a water fall located in Andrew Wiley Park, within the National Forest Area
66.4
106.9
Whitehorse Falls, Oregon
NFD 350 Road / Big Camas Road, Whitehorse Falls, located in the Willamette Natioanl Forest, the largest National Forests in the Cascade Range of Central Oregon, where seven major mountain peaks, several wild and scenic rivers are located.
66.9
107.7
NFD 4780 Road
NFD 4780 Road / NFD 280 Road, Clearwater Falls, located in Clearwater River,
69.5
111.8
Clearwater Falls
NFD 100 Road, Clearwater Falls, a water fall located on Umpqua River, North Umpqua Tributary River
73.4
118.2
NFD 980 Trail
NFD 980 Trail / NFD 60 Road,
74.9
120.5
Cinnamon Butte
NFD 4793 Road, Cinnamon Butte is a group of cinder cone Volcanoes and lava domes in the Cascade Range in Oregon. Mount Thielsen Wilderness is a wilderness area located on and around Mount Thielsen in the Cascade Range of Oregon. Howlock Mountain, a shield Volcano located in the Cascade Range, Oregon. Mount Thielson, a volcanic summit located in Cascade Range, Oregon
78.5
126.4
Diamond Lake, Oregon
Diamond Lake Loop, Diamond Lake, a lake in Oregon. It lies near the junction of Oregon Route 138 and Oregon Route 230 in the Umpqua National Forest in Douglas County. It is located between Mount Bailey to the west and Mount Thielsen to the east; it is just north of Crater Lake National Park.
82.5
132.7
NFD 961 Road
NFD 961 Road, Diamond Lake Loop, Diamond Lake Camp Ground,
82.8
133.3
Crater Lakes North Highway
Crater Lakes North Highway / State Highway #138, Crater Lake National Park, Pumice Desert, Crater Lake, Oregon
83.0
133.6
NFD 6592 Road
NFD 6592 Road, Diamond Lake,
85.9
138.2
NFD 3703 Road
NFD 3703 Road / Hemlock Butte Road, Mount Bailey, is a fairly young tephra cone and shield volcano found in the Cascade Range opposite Mount Thielsen from Diamond Lake in Oregon.
86.1
138.6
Old Diamond Lake Road
Old Diamond Lake Road, this road travels parallel to the Highway #230 in the Crater Lake National Park area, Oregon
88.1
141.8
Boudary Spring Trail
Boundary Spring Trail, This Trail runs along the Rogue River,
94.5
152.0
Junction
NFD 2734 Road, NFD 2901 Road,
97.5
156.9
NFd 2965 Road
NFd 2965 Road, Upper Rogue River Trail runs along the Upper Rogue River along the Byway here
103.5
166.5
NFD 200 Road
NFD 200 Road / Bybee Creek Road,
105.7
170.1
NFD 6510 Road
NFD 6510 Road / Castle Creek Road, NFD Road journey to enjoy the natural beauty of the Winding Rogue River, here in Oregon
106.6
171.6
Crater Lake Highway
Crater Lake Highway / State Highway #62, Castle Creek Gorge, Crater Lake visitor's Center, Campground Mazama Campground, Crater Lake National Park Pond, Annie Falls, Godfrey's Glen Annie Canyon located on Crater Lake Highway, Jackson F. Kimball State Recreation Area, a state park in Oregon, located in Crater Lake National Park, off Rogue-Umpqua Scenic Byway in Oregon. Watchman Lookout Station, a fire Lookout tower in Crater Lake National Park. Crater Lake National Park's primary feature is the Crater Lake, a lake formed in a destroyed Volcano, It is the deepest lake in the United States of America. Mount Mazama, a destroyed stratovolcano in the Oregon part of the Cascade Volcanic Arc and the Cascade Range, in Oregon. Mount Scott, a small stratovolcano on the southeast flank of Crater Lake in southern Oregon. Its summit is the highest point within Crater Lake National Park, a popular location for hiking.
107.5
173.0
Rogue River Gorge
Rogue River Gorge, by the side of the Rogue-Umpque Scenic Byway, Oregon
108.0
173.8
NFD 400 Road
NFD 400 Road / Union Creek, Oregon. Rogue River
109.0
175.4
Natural Bridge
A natural bridge Falls on Rogue River, Oregon
110.5
177.9
West Spur Loop Road
West Spur Loop Road, NFD 6230 Road
112.5
181.0
Junction
Abbott Creek Road, Mill Creek Ridge Road, Mill Creek Campground,
114.0
183.5
Ginkgo Road
Ginkgo Road, Vetr 192 Road, Union Creek Road, Huckleberry Mountain, Rocktop Butte,
116.6
187.7
NFD 30 Road,
NFD 30 Road, Mill Creek Campground
118.6
190.8
Mill Creek Drive
Mill Creek Drive, Prospect, Oregon, a community in Jackson County, Oregon. Prospect State Park, Prospect State Airport, a public airport.
119.5
192.3
Mill Creek Drive
Mill Creek Drive, Prospect State Scenic Viewpoint, is a state park in Oregon. It is a private hiking area, there are two Waterfalls namely Mill Creek Falls and Pearsony Falls located near the community of Prospect on Crater Lake Highway / State Highway #62 in Jackson County, Oregon.
120.4
193.7
Prospect Access Road
Prospect Access Road, Mill Creek Drive, Barr Creek Falls,
121.2
195.1
Bald Mountain Road
Bald Mountain Road / Mill Creek Drive, Rogue river Gorge, located near Prospect, Oregon.
124.0
199.5
Cascade Gorge
Cascade Gorge, Oregon
125.0
201.1
Cascade Gorge Road
Cascade Gorge Road / Mill Creek Drive,
126.3
203.3
Peyton Bridge
Peyton Bridge across Lost Creek Reservoir/Lost Creek Lake, Lewis Road,
126.6
203.8
Peyton Bridge
Peyton Bridge across Lost Creek Lake/Lost Creek Reservoir, near Prospect, Oregon.
128.1
206.2
Access
Access to the shores of Lost Creek Reservoir, Stewart Falls, located in Joseph H. Stewart State Park, Oregon
128.5
206.8
Lost Creek Reservoir
Access to Lost Creek Lake / Reservoir, Oregon, is an artificial lake on the Rogue River in Jackson County, Oregon. The lake is impounded by William L. Jess Dam. Easy rafting and tubing in the river below the dam is popular in summer. Joseph H. Stewart State Recreation Area is located along the southern shore of the lake. Casey State Park is located on the Rogue River below the dam.
132.5
213.3
Crowfoot Road
Crowfoot Road / Cole M Rivers Drive, Lost Creek Reservoir Dam, McLeod, Oregon. Mucky Flat Airport, a private airport
133.5
214.8
Casey State Park
Casey State Park, Oregon
136.1
219.0
Elk Creek Road
Elk Creek Road, Elk Creek Dam, Community of Rogue Elk, Oregon
139.3
224.1
Trail, Oregon
Tiller Trail Highway / State Highway #227, Old Trail Creek Road, Community of Trail, Oregon, Community of Drew, Oregon, Community of Tiller, Oregon, located in Douglas County, Oregon.
141.6
227.8
Shady Cove
Rogue River Drive, Shady Cove, Oregon, Shady Cove Airpark, a private airport
141.9
228.3
Indian Creek Road
Indian Creek Road, Shady Park, in Shady Cove, Oregon
145.0
233.3
Hammel Road
Hammel Road, Murderer Gulch,
147.1
236.7
Butte Falls Highway
Butte Falls Highway, Reese Creek Highway, Mount McLoughlin, a shield volcano in Cascade Range, Oregon, could be viewed from Butte Falls Highway, Butte Falls, a waterfall located in Butte Falls, Oregon.
148.0
238.2
Junction
Junction of State Highway #234 with State Highway #62. From here, Rogue-Umpqua Scenic Byway changes its journey on State Highway #234. Oregon Highway #62 leads to Eagle Point, Oregon, White City, Oregon, Veterans Administration Domiciliary Golf Course, White City, Oregon.
149.1
239.9
Agate Road
Agate Road / Nick Young Road, Camp White, a former Army Training base in Jackson County, Oregon. Military Slough Pond. Burrill Airport, a private Airport, located in White City, Oregon, Jackson County, Oregon.
149.7
240.9
Rogue River Drive
Rogue River Drive,
150.9
242.8
Modoc Road
Modoc Road to Table Rock, Oregon, East Oregon Cattle Company Airport, a private airport, Sutton on Rogue Airport, a private airport located here just of Modoc Road. At the crossing of Rogue River over Table Rock Road located TouVelle State Recreation Site. This site is utilized for picnicking, fishing, swimming, hiking in the adjacent Denman Wildlife Area, and birding. A boat ramp lies at the lower end of an easily-navigated stretch of the Rogue.
152.9
246.1
Antioch Road
Antioch Road, Beagle Sky Ranch Airport,
154.3
248.3
Meadow Road
Meadow Road, Firefly Ranch Airfield, Snider Creek Airport, both private airports located alongside Meadow Road in Jackson County, Oregon.
154.9
249.2
Table Rock, Oregon
Table Rock Road, Table Rock, Oregon,
155.7
250.5
Harrison Reservoir
Harrison Reservoir,
159.1
256.1
Sams Creek Loop
Sams Creek Loop Road / John Day Drive, Gold Ray Dam, Lower Table Rock, Oregon
160.9
259.0
Gold Nugget REc.Area
Gold Nugget Recreation Area,
162.4
261.3
Gold Hill Recreation Area
Gold Hill Recreation Area, located in Gold Hill, Oregon
163.4
262.9
Gold Hill, Oregon
Gold Hill, Oregon. Attraction in the city is the Oregon vortex. At the Junction of State Highway #234 with State Highway #99 and with Interstate Highway #5, ends Rogue-Umpqua Scenic Byway.