Roseburg Things to Do
Roseburg, Oregon, located about 45 miles south of Eugene and where Interstate 5 divides the city, is the hub of southern Oregon wines and some great ones at that. The Umpqua River feeds the fields of Roseburg and adjacent rural Melrose and where you will find the finest pinot noir, pinot gris along with specialty and limited wines. My favorite, and...more
The hatchery is open all year and is fascinating to all ages to see the fish at various stages of life.Fish you will see include: Spring chinook salmon, steelhead and rainbow trout. At the hatchery: Adult fish may be observed in natural holding pools. Visitors may feed large rainbow trout. There is a disabled-accessible trail to a viewing deck and...more
Wildlife Safari is the only drive through park in the Pacific Northwest. Located in Winston, Oregon, just 6 miles south of Roseburg, Wildlife Safari enjoys a wonderful climate in a rural setting. . Exotic animals roam freely over 600 acres of grasslands and wooded areas, much as they would in their native habitat, while you the visitor are on...more
The reason I decided to stay in Roseburg was a trip to Crater Lake State Park. I beleive other people said enough about this park, I just want to add that one day is not enough to make that trip the right way... Umpqua river and the road along the river is so beautiful that it makes you stop every 10-15 minutes... I regret so much I didn't have an...more
For an exciting time in Roseburg, go down to the river and watch the submarine races. Take your book, blanket, coffee, and an alarm clock to wake up by. The last exciting thing to happen in Roseburg was in 1965 when a truck carrying fertilizer blew up. They still talk about that. Oh yes, they also remember another exciting time when an eagle was...more
The Land of Umpqua offers you a "rushing water" journey to Crater Lake via Highway 138, an Oregon Scenic Byway. You'll be in awe as you explore numerous waterfalls and view some of the finest whitewater rafting and fly fishing waters in America.Your first stop is Glide and the Colliding Rivers Viewpoint where two mighty rivers meet. It's a...more
USD. 2P/1B = $50 --- 2P/2B = $60 128 units, A/C; C/CATV; Htd pool; sauna; whirlpool; pets. Dining...more
3200 NW AVIATION DR, Roseburg, OR 97470
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375 W Harvard Ave, Roseburg, OR 97470
Satisfaction: Very Good
Good for: Families
We stopped by on a Saturday night- still plenty of seating. We ordered the pork ribs, the three meat platter, and the prime rib. All meals came with two side dishes and bread. We all enjoyed our meals, and all took home doggy bags- way to much delicious food. The prime rib was excellent- not dry at all. And the barbecue beans tasted amazing. The...more
When in Roseburg, I never miss dinner at Anthony's. Family owned and operated, several of these recipes, include the famous cheesecake, are direct from Mama. They have a terrific selection of local wines and the staff is very informed on the qualities of each one. Food, atmosphere and service are all excellent - not to be missed! The cheesecake is...more
Too many to list! For everyday food, you can't beat Casey's. Located behind a service station, just off Garden Valley Blvd. Voted the best place in town for breakfast. This is a family owned/run restaurant.For the meat lovers: Beef-n-Brew, located in the Roseburg Valley MallPizza: You have to experience the local pizza palor, Abby's. They started...more
Roseburg is smack dab in the...
Roseburg is smack dab in the middle of the state on Interstate 5.
Roseburg has a very expensive taxi service and a very inefficient public bus line. You're really better off driving, or for short trips, walk or bike! Roseburg is small enough to talk from the west city limit to the east in only a few hours...Add to your Trip Planner
MELROSE VINEYARDS TASTING ROOM & WINERY: The best Oregon wine on the wine tour...
Melrose Vineyards is a must-see and must stop if you are in the Roseburg area (between Eugene and Grants Pass/Ashland and right off Interstate 5). Their great award-winning wines are only surpassed by the great and friendly staff and owner.
The estate was established in 1996 on the South Umpqua River and has since become a highlight stop on the local and regional wine tours. Look for the attraction sign on Interstate 5 at various Roseburg exits.
The winery is listed as an attraction on the Interstate 5 roadsigns near Roseburg and also in various local tourist guides and brochures.
There is a free membership wine club with a 20% discount on all wine orders of a case or more; shipments of 2 to 3 premium Melrose wines delivered to your door 4 times a year.
Special events occur throughout the year such as the Seafood and WineFest plus the Annual Grape Stomp festival.
Melrose Vineyards specializes in Pinot Noir but also sells and serves top quality Pinot Gris, Merlot, Chardonnay and an award winning Cabernet Sauvignon.
What to buy: Wine, wine accessories, wine-related items from clothing to implements for eating or drinking.
They have a unique gift shop with speciality foods, custom gift baskets, a picnic area with panoramic view, wine club with special benefits.
and the Melrose Vineyards Tasting Room (barn). on the east side of Melqua Rd about one-half mile north of Melrose Road.
Tasting Room Open Daily 11-5pm
The varieties include:
Pinot Noir Clones
777 Pinot Gris
There is online shopping and the website is all-inclusive with both great information and photos.
What to pay: USD $1.00 to $1.50 per tasting glass or $7.00 gets you 3 tastes and a logo glass
USD $5.00 to $8.00 per regular glass of wine
USD $16.00 to $38.00 per 750 ML bottle
USD various for 1/2 cases, full cases and multiple cases.
Very reasonable for the both the quality and uniqueness of the winesRelated to:
- Road Trip
- Wine Tasting
- Arts and Culture
Roseburg Local Customs
Roseburg is a logging town......
Roseburg is a logging town... Don't knock it, their wood products are used worldwide in everything from simple paper to complex architecturial projects... And they always plant more trees than they take, so their forests will always be there for the next generation to enjoy.Add to your Trip Planner
Roseburg Warnings and Dangers
BOREDOM ALERT! This quiet little community doesn't have much in the way of activity, but serves as a gateway to other nearby spots that will please anyone willing to travel to them... So unless you can go places or like peace and quiet, this is probably not the best place to be on a vacation... I lived in this town for a good fifteen years, though,...more
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Roseburg Tourist Traps
The Douglass County Fair...
The Douglass County Fair happens every year at the Douglass County Fairgrounds. I never really liked this event. Its always WAY too crowded for the small town, the rides are kinda lame, the barnyards smell and the live bands are boring at best... Not to mention that during fair week the traffic in the small town of Roseburg becomes horrid...Add to your Trip Planner
Roseburg Off The Beaten Path
CRATER LAKE NATIONAL PARKThe lake was formed after the collapse of an ancient volcano, posthumously named Mount Mazama. This volcano violently erupted approximately 7700 years ago. That eruption was 42 times as powerful as the 1980 eruption of Mt. St. Helens. The basin or caldera was formed after the top 5000 feet of the volcano collapsed....more
Travel up the North Umpqua River highway. It is a senic drive. The town just east of Roseburg is Glide --- it is the only place in the World where 2 river meet head-on (Little River & North Umpqua). Also, there is plenty of hiking along the river and if you like waterfalls, well you will be in 7th heaven! The best thing to do in the summer is grab...more
Roseburg is my home, an absolute must is a scenic drive east of Roseburg, along SR 138 which follows the North Umpqua River to Diamond Lake and Crater Lake National Park. Along the way is some incredible scenery The best thing about Roseburg are the friendly people. According to local legend, Roseburg is where the mythical hero logger Paul Bunyan...more
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