The Douglas County Parks Department was established in 1949 and was the first County Park system in Oregon. From the Pacific Ocean to the Cascades and throughout the 100 Valleys of the Umpqua, the Park system now encompasses 70 properties, including 23 boat ramps, 11 campgrounds and 42 day use parks.
Douglas County Parks are your gateway to adventure. Douglas County Parks has it or provides you access to these great natural wonders and recreation destinations, whether you enjoy:
Douglas County Parks are self-sufficient. This means that we do not receive any county tax revenue to operate our parks. We are reliant on visitors like you to help us manage and maintain the parks. Thank you for your patronage and assistance in keeping the Douglas County Parks looking good.
There is a parking fee at all Douglas County Parks. You can purchase a daily pass or an annual pass. These can be purchased at the park or online. The parking fee helps pay for the operation and the maintenance of the park, since we do not receive any taxes to operate the parks.