Rock Creek Recreation Site

Description:

The Rock Creek Recreation Site is located in a quiet, forested setting of ferns, maple, oak, and fir trees along the banks of Rock Creek. The 17-unit campground is popular for family camping and water play in Rock Creek. Adjacent to the campground, a sturdy pavilion is open for group use. Many visitors take stop at the Rock Creek Fish Hatchery, located several miles downstream, to view juvenile fish and adult brood fish year-round, including Chinook salmon, Coho salmon, steelhead and rainbow trout. There is no entrance charge. Fishing is not allowed in Rock Creek by State Regulation. However, the larger North Umpqua River offers fishing opportunities such as bait and fly-fishing as well as whitewater rafting, kayaking, hiking on the North Umpqua Trail, wildlife observation, and driving for pleasure along the North Umpqua Scenic Byway.

Directions:

22 miles east of Roseburg on Highway 138, turn north on Rock Creek Road and travel 7.5 miles. Elevation: 1,200 feet.

Phone:

541-440-4930

Email:

BLM_OR_RB_Mail@blm.gov

Address:

Roseburg District Office 777 N.W. Garden Valley Boulevard Roseburg, OR 97470

Activities:

Camping Picnicking Water Sports Wildlife Viewing

Organization:

BLM - Bureau of Land Management

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