Day Use

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Day Use Parks

Douglas County has over 43 developed day use parks to meet your recreational needs.  The parks are located all over the County and throughout the Umpqua River Watershed.  Whatever your recreational needs, we will have a park for you.  

Click a park below to find out more. (* Offers pavilion)

Coastal Douglas County

North Douglas County

Central Douglas County

South Douglas County

Bolon Island Boat RampCooper CreekCavitt CreekBen Irving
Dan Van Slyke OHV Staging
James WoodCleveland RapidsCarl C. Hill Wayside
Gardiner Boat Ramp
Mack BrownColliding RiversCharles V. Stanton *
Half Moon Bay
Madison WaysideHappy Valley Boat RampChief Miwaleta *
Ork Rock
Mildred Kanipe Memorial *Hestness LandingIverson Memorial
Riverside Boat Ramp
Pass Creek *John P. Amacher *Long Fibre *
Sawyers Rapids Boat Ramp
Umpqua LandingO.C. BrownNorth Myrtle
Scott Creek Boat Ramp
Yellow Creek Recreation AreaRIver Forks *Pickett Park
Scottsburg

Singleton *
South Jetty

The Narrows
Umpqua Dunes

Whistler's Bend
Windy Cove - Crab Dock


Windy Cove - Loop A


Windy Cove - Loop B



Planning an event? Contact the Douglas County Parks Department.

Pavilions

Douglas County Parks has 10 pavilions located throughout our day use park system. You can reserve a pavilion up to 11 months in advance. We recommend reserving early since they are usually reserved most days during the spring and summer.  Click the tab below to find out more about each pavilion. Please call 541-957-7001 to discuss the availability of our pavilions. 

Permits

We offer metal detection permits free of charge.  They are good for five (5) years.  Please click here to download the application. Then email to parks@co.douglas.or.us. You can also stop by our office to apply.


Day Use Park Facilities

Douglas County Parks has several developed day use facilities to help you use our parks and explore Douglas County's water bodies.

Boat Ramps

Douglas County Parks has 23 boat ramps to serve boating and fishing needs.  They are located on every major water body in the County.  Click the tab below to find out more about each boat ramp. 

  1. Boat Ramps

Boat Ramps

Boat Ramp
Water Body
Lanes Dock
Cleveland Rapids
Umpqua River
1 No
Gardiner Umpqua River
1 No
James Wood
Umpqua River
1 No
River Forks
Umpqua River
1 No
Sawyers Rapids
Umpqua River
1 No
Scott Creek
Umpqua River
1 No
Scottsburg
Umpqua River
1 Yes
Umpqua Landing
Umpqua River
1 No
Yellow Creek
Umpqua River
1 No
Colliding Rivers
North Umpqua River
1 No
Hestness Landing
North Umpqua River
1 No
John P. Amacher
North Umpqua River
1 No
Whistler's Bend
North Umpqua River
1 No
Charles V. Stanton (primitive)
South Umpqua River
1 No
Happy Valley
South Umpqua River
1 No
Pickett South Umpqua River
1 No
Bolon Island
Smith River
1 No
Riverside Smith River
1 No
Ben Irving
Reservoir 2 Yes
Chief Miwaleta (main)
Reservoir 3 Yes
Chief Miwaleta (primitive)
Reservoir 1 No
Cooper Creek (East)
Reservoir 2 Yes
Cooper Creek (West)
Reservoir 2 Yes