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Douglas County, Oregon

County Seat: Roseburg
Founded: January 7, 1852
Population: 100,399


Douglas County, Oregon Stephen A. Douglas,U.S. Senator of Illinois, was an advocate for Oregon statehood and the person for whom the county was named. Located in southwestern Oregon, the county reaches from the Pacific Ocean to the Cascade Mountains, It contains the largest stand of old growth timber in the world. About 25 percent of the working force in the county is in the forest industry in one way or another.
Because of the diverse landscapes you are sure to find an activity to your liking. Hiking, Boating, Fishing, and many other recreational activities abound within the county.

The county seat of Roseburg is home to Umpqua Community College and the Umpqua Actors Community Theater and many other cultural activities.

From the many hiking trails to the Umpqua River Lighthouse you will find that a visit to this County is well worth your time. With all there is to do here you could spend several weekends traveling around the county and never see it all.


Cities and Towns in the County

Anlauf Drew Kellogg Round Prairie
Ash East Gardiner Leona Scottsburg
Azalea Edenbower Lookingglass Steamboat
Brockway Elgarose Melrose Stephens
Calkins Elkhead Millwood Surprise Valley
Callahan Elkton Milo Sutherlin
Camas Valley Fair Oaks Myrtle Creek Tenmile
Canyonville Fernvale Oakland Tiller
Clearwater Fortune Branch Oaks Toketee Falls
Cleveland Galesville Olalla Tri-City
Comstock Gardiner Old Town Tyee
Cow Creek Gazley Peel Umpqua
Curtin Glendale Quines Creek Union Gap
Dads Creek Glide Reedsport Weaver
Days Creek Green Reston Wilbur
Diamond Lake Green Acres Rice Hill Winchester
Dillard Gunter Riddle Winchester Bay
Dixonville Hawthorne Riversdale Winston
Drain Idleyld Park Roseburg Yoncalla



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