Despite its size, the small city of Roseburg, Oregon offers numerous things to do for both visitors and locals alike. The area has several waterfalls, hiking trails, and the Rogue-Umpqua Scenic Byway, offering hours or days of fun in the outdoors. The area in and around Roseburg has also started to become a major play within the winery and grape growing industry. There are plenty of vineyards and wineries around to keep any wine enthusiast busy for days, sampling the region’s many great wines. CDC information for travelers. Hours/availability may have changed.
Watson Falls near Roseburg, Oregon is a lightly trafficked, loop hiking trail that is a little more than half a mile in length. The trail has a moderate difficulty rating and features the Watson Falls, a scenic 272-foot waterfall that cascades over the Umpqua River Valley’s basalt lava cliffs. The waterfall also happens to be the state’s third highest and visitors can cross the wood bridge directly below. The Watson Falls trail is best visited from the month of April through November and is used primarily for bird watching, nature trips, and walking. Dogs are permitted on the trail as well.
2.Abacela, Roseburg, Oregon
Abacela in Roseburg, Oregon is a viticulture success story and a multi-award winning and world-class winery. Founders Hilda and Earl Jones, scientists with no experience with making wine, first planted the vines of the vineyard in 1995. They moved around 2,700 miles to the area, leaving secure careers, to test an interesting hypothesis: “Why doesn't America produce any fine varietal Tempranillo wine?” Abacela offers wine tastings seven days a week, May to October from 11:00am until 6:00pm and November to April from 11:00am until 5:00pm. Complimentary tours of the winery facilities and vineyards are offered as well.
12500 Lookingglass Rd, Roseburg, OR 97471, Phone: 541-679-6642
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3.Douglas County Museum of History & Natural History
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For over fifty year, the Douglas County Museum of History and Natural History has been committed to the collection, preservation, and exhibition of the cultural and natural history items associated with Douglas County in Oregon. The epic story of the over 10,000 years of human history in the area, as well as the stunning nature of the Umpqua River Valley and Cascades Mountains, is told at the Douglas County Museum through artifacts that range from the last standing Oregon and California Railroad depot and the family quits from the Oregon Trail to expertly woven baskets and prehistoric spear points.
123 Museum Dr, Roseburg, OR 97471, Phone: 541-957-7007
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4.HillCrest Winery and Distillery, Roseburg, Oregon
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Open daily from 11:00am until 5:00pm,The HillCrest Winery and Distillery is the birthplace of the “Oregon Pinot Noir” and the oldest estate winery in the state, sharing in the creation of “Oregon Wine.” The winery was founded by Richard Sommer, known as the “Father of Oregon Wine,” and still continues today with innovating and leading the way for the next generation.. HillCrest was one of fifteen wineries worldwide, and the only winery within the United States, to be recognized as a global innovator in 2014 at the Stift Klosterneuburg, the oldest winery in the world, 900 year celebration.
240 Vineyard Ln, Roseburg, OR 97471, Phone: 541-673-3709
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5.Reustle Prayer Rock Vineyards, Roseburg, Oregon
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Established in 2001, the Reustle, pronounced like “rus’el,” Prayer Rock Vineyards in Roseburg, Oregon is a family-owned and operated winery. A place for visitors to “feel genuine warmth,” the winery treats its guests like old friends, providing engaging conversation, excellent wine, and spectacular views of the vineyards. A paved walkway winds its way from gardens, French Lavender, and colored stones down through the fruit trees before it ends at the patio overlooking the vineyards and the pond. During the summer season, guests can sip wine underneath shade umbrellas. Chickens can also be seen roaming throughout the property.
960 Cal Henry Road, Roseburg, OR 97471, Phone: 541-459-6060
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6.Cooper Ridge Vineyards, Roseburg, OR
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The Cooper Ridge Vineyards are a family owned and managed winery situated in the middle of the Umpqua Valley. This 25-acres vineyard estate is located along Oregon’s North Umpqua River and grows several different varietals for its wines. Award-winning estate wines produced by Cooper Ridge Vineyards include the Merrill-Ann Red blend, Cuveé, Rosé, Grüner Veltliner, Viognier, Riesling, Tempranillo, Syrah, Merlot, and Pinot Noir. Visitors can stop by the Tasting Room on Fridays, Saturdays, and Sundays for a wine tasting and a few small plates, as well as gorgeous panoramic views of the mountains to the west and east and the valley below.
1389 Old Garden Valley Rd, Roseburg OR 97471, Phone: 541-671-2373
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7.Melrose Vineyards, Roseburg, Oregon
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The Melrose Vineyards span across approximately 250 acres long two scenic stretches of the region’s Umpqua River within the fertile Umpqua Valley of Oregon. Well known for its panoramic views and beauty, the winery’s tasting room, which is located within a century-old barn, is a popular destination among both locals and tourists alike. The beautifully rustic barn also contains a boutique gift shop that offers food and wine related gifts. The Melrose Vineyards also hold events throughout the year, such as the Harvest Celebration and the Grape Stomp, Music in the Vines. and the All-You-Can-Eat Crab Feed among several others.
885 Melqua Rd, Roseburg, OR 97471, Phone: 541-672-6080
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8.Girardet Vineyards & Winery, Roseburg, Oregon
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The Girardet Vineyards and Winery is owned and operated by the Giradet family and produces a wide variety of wines, such as Pinot Gris, Seyval Blanc, Chardonnay, Riesling, Tempranillo, Syrah, Pinot Noir, Cabernet Sauvignon, red blends, and more uniquely, Cayuga. The tasting room is open year-round from 11:00am until 5:00pm, Wednesday to Sunday. Guests can also take a tour of the vineyard and cellar by appointment. The Girardet Vineyards and Winery is pet-friendly, as long as dogs are leashed, as well as RV-friendly. Visitors can even stay the night at the Chardonnay Chaley, the vineyard’s Airbnb guest cottage.
895 Reston Road, Roseburg, OR 97471, Phone: 541-679-7252
9.Foon Estate Vineyard, Roseburg, Oregon
The Foon Estate Vineyard is a family-owned and operated, small vineyard and winery in Roseburg, Oregon that produces handcrafted wines made solely from the grapes grown in the on-site vineyard within the Umpqua Valley wine region. Visitors can stop in the Foon Estate Vineyard tasting room on Fridays, Saturdays, and Sunday from noon until 5:00pm to sample some of these handcrafted, small batch wines. The vineyard and tasting room can also be visited by appointment. The tasting room, housed in a timber-framed 1850’s barn, offers a comfortable, casual atmosphere, along with views of the vineyard and wine-processing area.
340 Busenbark Ln, Roseburg, OR 97471, Phone: 541-817-7768
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10.Oran Mor Artisan Meadery
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The Oran Mor Artisan Meadery is a small-batch, artisan meadery situated within Southern Oregon. The meadery is dedicated to producing an array of handcrafted and delicious meads that draw from the land’s abundance and are inspired by “Ancient traditions.” Each of the meads crafted by Oran Mor is a blend of varietal and local honeys that are fermented, aged, and then “blended to perfection” with a variety of spices, herbs, and seasonal fruit. The Oran Mor Artisan Meadery is open to visitors on Thursday, Friday, and Saturday from noon until 6:00pm and on Sundays from noon until 5:00pm.
305 Melrose Rd, Roseburg, OR 97471, Phone: 505-310-1525
11.Paul O'Brien Winery, Roseburg, Oregon
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The Paul O'Brien Winery was founded by two winemakers who share a friendship that goes back twenty years and a passion for fine weine, a gracious life, and great food. Scott O’Brien Kelley and Dyson Paul DeMara met during their time working at Napa Valley’s Robert Mondavi Winery and have since spent time traveling to the wine regions of the world, sharing New World technique and learning Old War winemaking traditions. The two joined forces in 2013 to open the first urban winery in the Umpqua Valley, located inside a historic building in downtown Roseburg, Oregon, with a tasting room that’s open daily.
609 SE Pine St, Roseburg, Or 97470, Phone: 541-673-2280
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The Spangler Vineyards were established by Loree and Pat Spangler, who fell in love with the region of Southern Oregon during an extensive search for their dream family-owned small winery. The vineyard they created features a full array of wines focused on “big, bold Reds.” Multiple microclimates and warm weather allow for Bordeaux-varietal wines, including Bordeaux varietals Merlot, Cabernet Franc, and Cabernet Sauvignon, in addition to Rhone favorites like Viognier, Petite Sirah, and Syrah. The Spangler Vineyards Tasting Room is open seven days a week from 11:00am until 5:00pm, with the exception of major holidays.
491 Winery Ln, Roseburg, OR 97471, Phone: 541-679-9654
13.Mount Thielsen, Roseburg, Oregon
Mount Thielsen, located within the southern area of Oregon’s Mount Thielsen Wilderness, is a popular outdoor recreation destination in the region. The forests and wilderness in the area provides opportunities for numerous mountain-related activities, such as skiing and hiking, with three trails for skiing existing on Mount Thielsen, each of which boasts a black diamond rating. The Mount Thielsen Wilderness, which covers more than 55 thousand acres, also features alpine parks and lakes, as well as twenty-six miles of the country’s Pacific Crest National Scenic Trail, which was selected in 2009 as the best hike in Oregon.
14.Umpqua Valley Arts Association
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The Umpqua Valley Arts Association in Roseburg, Oregon is a non-profit organization that dedicates itself to the education and appreciation of art, as well as service to the community, art organizations, and artists. Visitors can take a self-guided free tour of the six art galleries, attend an art class, buy a piece of artwork for their own art collection, connect with other art lovers and artists, or even host a special event. The Umpqua Valley Arts Association is open Tuesday to Friday from 10:00am until 4:00pm, as well as on Saturdays from 10:00am until 2:00pm.
1624 W Harvard Ave, Roseburg, OR 97471, Phone: 541-672-2532
15.Round Table Pizza, Roseburg, OR
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The first Round Table Pizza was opened by Bill Larson in Menlo Park, California back in 1959. Envisioning a place where people could gather and “share a pizza with someone they love,” Bill used time-honored recipes and gold-standard ingredients to make handcrafted pizzas worth sharing. Today, the Round Table Pizza locations, including the one in Roseburg, continue to pay homage to Bill Larson’s vision, continuing to only use superior ingredients for pizza. Round Table Pizza is open Sunday to Thursday from 11:00am until 10:00pm, until 11:00pm on Fridays, and from 10:00am until 11:00pm on Saturdays.
2040 NW Stewart Pkwy, Roseburg, OR 97471, Phone: 541-673-2047
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15 Best Things to Do in Roseburg, Oregon
- Watson Falls, Photo: Michal/stock.adobe.com
- Abacela, Roseburg, Oregon, Photo: Abacela
- Douglas County Museum of History & Natural History, Photo: Douglas County Museum of History & Natural History
- HillCrest Winery and Distillery, Roseburg, Oregon, Photo: HillCrest Winery and Distillery
- Reustle Prayer Rock Vineyards, Roseburg, Oregon, Photo: Reustle Prayer Rock Vineyards
- Cooper Ridge Vineyards, Roseburg, OR, Photo: Cooper Ridge Vineyards
- Melrose Vineyards, Roseburg, Oregon, Photo: Melrose Vineyards
- Girardet Vineyards & Winery, Roseburg, Oregon, Photo: Arkady Chubykin/stock.adobe.com
- Foon Estate Vineyard, Roseburg, Oregon, Photo: fotoluk1983/stock.adobe.com
- Oran Mor Artisan Meadery, Photo: Oran Mor Artisan Meadery
- Paul O'Brien Winery, Roseburg, Oregon, Photo: Paul O'Brien Winery
- Spangler Vineyards, Photo: Ilshat/stock.adobe.com
- Mount Thielsen, Roseburg, Oregon, Photo: davidrh/stock.adobe.com
- Umpqua Valley Arts Association, Photo: Randy King/stock.adobe.com
- Round Table Pizza, Roseburg, OR, Photo: Round Table Pizza
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