: Christian Heeb


Sutherlin is the gateway to the Umpqua Valley wineries, boasting six wineries within 15 minutes of downtown.

A hunting and fishing paradise, salmon and steelhead can be caught year-round at the nearby Umpqua River. Cooper Creek Reservoir also provides water-skiing, swimming and hiking opportunities. Experience the natural wonders of the area by traveling the 172-mile Rogue-Umpqua Scenic Byway, which winds through the beautiful Umpqua National Forest, waterfalls and the picturesque Diamond Lake.

Trip Ideas

  • A Long Stay in the Umpqua Valley
    Many of us know Southern Oregon for Crater Lake National Park, the Oregon Shakespeare Festival and the sea stacks and arches that define Oregon’s pristine South Coast beaches. Much of the peaks, rivers and valleys... More
  • Rogue-Umpqua Scenic Byway
    Two of Oregon’s nationally designated Wild and Scenic Rivers lead the way on this 172-mile/277-kilometer route, an ever-changing feast of white water, waterfalls and deep gorges gouged in the deeply forested southern Cascade Mountains. More
  • Winter Angling in Southern Oregon
    The cooler climes of winter bring quieter times to the pristine lakes and rivers of Southern Oregon. Water-skiers have long put up their skis, rafters have deflated their crafts until spring. With fewer people on... More

Don't Miss in Sutherlin

Rochester Covered Bridge
Sutherlin Visitors Information Center
Umpqua Golf Course & RV
Fins and Feathers Guide Service
Pedotti’s Italian Restaurant
Hi-Way Haven RV Park
More Welcome Centers