|Junction: Goshen, OR
||Junction Oregon Route #58 with Interstate Highway #5/Oregon Route #99, near Goshen, Oregon, a community in Lane County, Oregon, This is where Oregon Route #58 begins its southeasterly journey, having two designated scenic byways on its way, terminates at an intersection with United States Highway #97.
|S Ridgeway: Recreation Area
||S. Ridgeway, to Howard Buford County Park, Buford Recreation Area, Mt. Pisgah County Park, Mount Pisgah Arboretum, an arboretum and botanical garden located within the Howard Buford Recreation Area, located on the Coast Fork of Willamette River, off Oregon Route #58,
|Pleasant Hill, OR
||N Enterprise Road, Morningstar Road, Pleasant Hill, Oregon, a community in Lane County, Oregon,
||Junction Oregon Route #222/Parkway Road, Jasper, Oregon, a community in Lane County, Oregon, located at the confluence of Hills Creek and the Middle Fork Willamette River. South of Jasper, Oregon, is Jasper State Recreation Site.
within Jasper State Park,
||Wheeler Road, Elijah Bristow State Park, a state park located on the western bank of the Middle Fork Willamette River,
|Access Road: State Park
||Access Road, to Elijah Bristow State Park, Dexter Road, to Dexter, Oregon, a community in Lane County, Oregon,
|Oak Drive: Dexter, OR
||Oak Drive, to, Dexter, Oregon, a community in Lane County, Oregon, located near Dexter Lake, a reservoir of the Willamette River along Oregon Route #58. The Parvin Bridge, a covered bridge near Dexter, listed on the National Register of Historic Places,
|Access Road: State Park/Dam
||Access Road, to, Dexter State Park, Dexter Dam, a dam on Middle Fork Willamette River, Dexter Reservoir, Lookout Point Lake, Access to Dexter Lake, a popular fishing and boating site, is available at Dexter State Recreation Site.
||Pioneer Road, Lowell Covered Bridge, a road bridge across Dexter Lake, connecting Oregon Route #58 with North Shore Drive, at Lowell, Oregon, a city located on the northern shore of Dexter Reservoir, in Lane County, Oregon,
||Access, to, Lookout Point Dam, a earth-type dam on the Middle Fork Willamette River in Lane County, Oregon.
||Forest Route, Minnow Creek Road, Clause Road, These forest routes wind into the Willamette National Forest,
|NFD Road 5833: Creek
||NFD Road 5833, Goodman Creek Road, NFD Road 504/509, wind deep into Willamette National Forest,
|Old Willamette Highway/Westfir Road
||Old Willamette Highway/Westfir Road, Deception Creek Road, The North Fork Middle Fork Willamette River, Westfir, Oregon, a city in Lane County, Oregon, The North Fork Willamette River has Oregon's longest covered bridge crossing it at Westfir, Oregon called the Office Bridge.
|W Airport Road: Airport
||W Airport Road, Oakridge State Airport, a public airport located west of Oakridge, in Lane County, Oregon, along Oregon Route #58, within Willamette National Forest,
||Oakridge, Oregon, a city in Lane County, Oregon, located west of Westfir, Oregon, on Oregon Route #58, near the Middle Fork Willamette River in the Cascade Range.
||Green Waters Rest Area, located on the Middle Fork Willamette River,
|Fish Hatchery Road
||Fish Hatchery Road, Roberts Ranch Road, Dunning Road, Aubrey Mountain Airstrip, a private Airport located east of Oakridge, Oregon in Lane County, Oregon,
|Hills Creek Road: Lake
||Hills Creek Road, Kitson Springs Road, Hills Creek Lake, located in Willamette National Forest, south of Oregon Route #58, Kitson Hot Springs, turned a Boy Scout Camp,
|NFD Road 5870
||NFD Road 5870, US Forest Service Road 543,
|NFD Road 5871
||NFD Road 5871 / 321/327, Willamette National Forest,
|NFD Road 5874: Hot Spring
||NFD Road 5874, McCreedie Hot Springs, a hot spring located just off Oregon Route #58, in the Willamette National Forest, Oregon
|Eagle Creek Road
||Eagle Creek Road, NFD Road 5883/ 373, goes around Mt. David Douglas, in the Willamette National Forest, off Oregon Route #58,
|NFD Road 5893: Waterfalls
||NFD Road 5893, Salt Creek Falls, A waterfall located along the Oregon Route #58, in the Willamette National Forest, nearby in the forest lies, Too much Bear Lake,
|NFD Road 5897
||NFD Road 5897, to, Mount Ray, which has elevation over 7000 ft. Lower Belly Lake, Belly Lake, Waldo Lake, a lake in the Cascade Mountains of Oregon. It is the second largest natural non-alkali lake in Oregon. The Waldo Lake Area provides oppotunities for Fishing, Boating, Hiking, A number of Campgrounds are located around the lake. There are 205 designated campsites total among the campgrounds and an additional 50 primitive tent sites around the lake.
|NFD Road 500
||NFD Road 500, NFD Road 5890, Lower Marilyn Lake, Upper Marilyn Lake, Gold Lake, Waldo Lake, a lake in the Cascade Mountains of Oregon. It is the second largest natural non-alkali lake in Oregon. It is located in Waldo Lake Wilderness area, which surrounds Waldo Lake in the central Oregon Cascades, within the Willamette National Forest, off Oregon Route #58.
|Access: Ski Area
||Access, Willamette Pass, a ski area located in Klamath County, Oregon. Willamette Pass, a recreation provider located on both the Willamette and Deschutes National Forests, situated in the Central Cascade Mountain Range of Oregon.
|NFD Road 5810: Lake
||NFD Road 5810, NFD Road 100/101, Odell Lake, a lake located near Willamette Pass in Klamath County, Oregon, lies within Deschutes National Forest. Odell Lake offers recreational opportunities like sailing, wind surfing, water skiing and fishing. There are several campgrounds located around the Odell Lake.
|Access Road: Airport
||Access Road, to, Crescent Lake State Airport, a public airport located north of Crescent Lake, south of Odell Lake, in Klamath County, Oregon, along the Oregon Route #58,
||Junction of Oregon Route #429/NFD Road 60/Crescent Lake Highway
|Crescent Cutoff Road
||Crescent Cutoff Road / NFD Road 81, County Road 1351, runs into Deschutes National Forest, in Oregon.
|NFD Road 6020/5820
||NFD Road 6020/5820, NFD Road 5814, Crescent Road,
|NFD Road 5825
||NFD 5825 Road, Hemlock Creek, in Deschutes National Forest,
||Intersection United States Highway #97, within Deschutes National Forest in Oregon. This is where Oregon Route #58 ends.