Tyee Recreation Site


Located on the main stem of the Umpqua River, the Tyee Recreation Site is open year-round for camping and fishing. In summer, picnicking and group activities are ideal under the sturdy pavilion for up to 50 people. Eagle Scout projects have improved the sites with walking trails, access to the river, horseshoe pits and benches. Access to the Umpqua River provides water play and fishing opportunities. Boat launching is available a few miles upriver and downstream from the Tyee Recreation Site. This site is open year-round. One mile downriver, the Eagleview Group Reservation Campground is available for group camping activities. Reservations can be made up to a year in advance. They fill up early each year. Plan accordingly.


12 miles west of Sutherlin on Highway 138, cross Bullock Bridge and immediately turn right on County Road 57, travel one-half mile to the recreation site. Elevation: 240 feet


541 464-3291






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