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John P. Amacher County Park and Campground

Documents

John P. Amacher Brochure (PDF)

Douglas County Park Campground Rules (PDF)

Features

  1. Boat Ramp
  2. Campground
  3. Fishing
  4. Parking
  5. Pavilion
  6. Picnic Areas
  7. Picnic Tables
  8. Reservable
  9. Restrooms
  10. Swimming
  11. Trails
  12. Water

Park Overview:

Located on the North Umpqua River 6 miles north of Roseburg, the park provides day use and camping recreation.  It is a great park become your home base to experience what central Douglas County has to offer.  
  • 24 wineries and 54 varieties of wine are minutes away.  
  • The North Umpqua River fish ladder and observatory is just across the historic Hwy 99 bridge.  
  • Wildlife Safari is 15 minutes away.
  • Downtown Roseburg shopping, fine dining and breweries are nearby  

Campground

The campground provides 20 full-hook up and and 10 non-hook up sites with showers and restrooms. Tent camping is not allowed at this time.



Boat Ramp

The boat ramp is developed with parking and a restroom, providing access to the North Umpqua River

Day Use

  • Gazebo - reservable with space for 25
  • Myrtle Wood Grove - Myrtlewood have fragrant leaves and found in southwest Oregon
  • River Trail - trail along the North Umpqua river and through the grove