North Umpqua River, Oregon
Bureau of Land Management, Roseburg District
U.S. Forest Service, Umpqua National Forest
October 28, 1988. From Soda Springs Powerhouse to the confluence with Rock Creek.
Recreational — 33.8 miles; Total — 33.8 miles.
North Umpqua River
Fly fishing, whitewater boating, camping, and scenic driving are premier recreation activities along the North Umpqua. The clear water, large Douglas-fir stands, and geologic formations add to the spectacular scenery. The river is known for a variety of resident and anadromous fish species, including summer and winter steelhead, fall and spring chinook salmon, coho salmon, and sea-run cutthroat trout. The identified outstanding remarkable values for the river are fisheries, water quality and quantity, recreation, scenic and cultural resources.