Brice Creek in the Umpqua River Watershed

The Umpqua, a wild and scenic river, in the High and Old Cascade Mountains of Oregon.

Seasonal Waterfall & wildflowers abloom in the beautiful canyon of Brice Creek.

Plan your visit to the many waterfalls and hiking trails in the Umpqua National Forest. Want to learn more about the campgrounds on the North Umpqua River and others in the Umpqua River watershed?

Brice creek is worth visiting whether or not you plan to hike the creekside trail or just drive alongside and enjoy sightseeing. I think it goes without saying, Oregon is beautiful for sightseeing. The above photograph of seasonal waterfall and wildflowers were taken when we were left with no alternative. The hiking trail was closed because it was being dynamited, and new paths laid down. Even without the hike, we had a beautiful journey. Besides, we made our way over to the Layng Creek watershed and the hiking trails there. 🙂

Brice Creek is a popular trail with hikers, experienced bicyclists and joggers. Plan ahead. Obviously, it would have been a good idea to have called ahead when the trail was being dynamited, so be sure to contact the Cottage Grove Ranger Station: 541-767-5000, before taking off if you’re driving any distance.

Forward ~ Hiking Trail to the lower waterfalls on Tresle Creek.

Back ~ Waterfall on beautiful Brice Creek in the Umpqua National Forest.

USFS: Umpqua National Forest.

Poison Oak can be a problem.

Campgrounds in the Row River Watershed
Brice Creek: Cedar Creek Campground, Lund Campground and Hobo Campground.

Sharps Creek: Mineral Camp Campground. Sharps Creek Recreation Area, not associated with the Umpqua National Forest, can be found on Sharps Creek also. It has a great swimming hole.

Layng Creek: Rujada Campground. For more information on camping in the Row River watershed …

Camping in the Umpqua National Forest & those areas managed by the Roseburg BLM
Directions to campgrounds in the Diamond Lake District of the Umpqua National Forest. Directions to campgrounds in the North Umpqua River district. The campgrounds for both districts are off the Rogue Umpqua Scenic Byway, many are on the wild and scenic Umpqua River. All fall between the north entrance to Crater Lake National Park and I-5 at Roseburg, Oregon. Boulder Flat is the last one in the North Umpqua district. After that you’re in the Diamond Lake District. Directions to campgrounds in the Little River watershed of the North Umpqua River. Directions for camping facilities in the Row River watershed of the Umpqua River. Directions to campgrounds on the south Umpqua River also in the Umpqua River watershed.

Hiking Trails in the Umpqua River watershed in the Umpqua National Forest:
Directions for hiking trails to waterfalls and other points of interest in the Row River Watershed of the wild and scenic Umpqua River in the Umpqua National Forest. As well as Directions for the Umpqua River Trail – 12 hiking trails riverside. Directions for hiking trails to the many waterfalls on the wild and scenic Umpqua River off the Rogue Umpqua Scenic Byway. Directions for hiking trails in the south Umpqua watershed. Directions for hiking trails in the Little River watershed. Most within the magnificent Umpqua National Forest.

Enjoy the North Umpqua Waterfalls Tour on the Rogue Umpqua Scenic Byway:
Can include Crater Lake National Park: Introduction.

Travel Directions, Map and Scenery ~ can include Crater Lake National Park: Introduction. Experience: splendid scenery, hiking trails for intrepid hikers and those with less enthusiam. Enjoy the magnificent the wild and scenic Umpqua River, Umpqua hot springs near Toketee Campground, rafting on the rapids, hiking the beautiful trail along the Umpqua gorge to magnificent Toketee Waterfalls, my favorite, and the favorite of anyone I’ve ever spoken to. Hike through a forest garden of dense wild rhododendrons at Warm Spring Waterfalls. Hike the trails to experience the wonder of tumultuous Watson Falls. Don’t forget Lemolo Waterfalls and Lemolo Lake. And when you arrive at the north entrance partake the splendor of Crater Lake – Enjoy beauty.

Enjoy the Diverse Loop Tour on the Rogue Umpqua Scenic Byway and the Crater Lake Hwy:
Includes Crater Lake National Park: Introduction.

Travel Directions, Map and Scenery. Experience: splendid scenery, hiking trails for intrepid hikers and those with less enthusiam, experience the majestic Rogue River Gorge at Union Creek and the Natural Bridge, waterfalls, the Rogue River Hiking Trail, hiking trails to Muir Creek Waterfalls and National Creek Waterfalls all in the Rogue – Siskiyou National Forest. Enjoy hiking trails to Mill Creek Waterfalls, Barr Creek Waterfalls and Pearsoney Waterfalls in Prospect, Oregon. Or just stand on the historic Prospect bridge and enjoy the panorama of the Avenue of Giant Boulders. Hike down to the water’s edge if you’ve a mind to.

Combine the Umpqua Waterfalls and the Diverse Loop Tours
Traveling Oregon on the Rogue Umpqua Scenic Byway and the Crater Lake Hwy: Directions.

Travel Oregon and southern California while staying at Gathering Light … a retreat
located in southern Oregon near Crater Lake National Park.

Travel to on the Rogue Umpqua Scenic Byway to Gathering Light … a retreat: Travel Directions Map and Scenery. Experience the columnar basalt of Toketee Waterfalls, tumultuous Watson Falls … the beauty of the wild & scenic Umpqua River in the Umpqua National Forest. Arriving at the north entrance of Crater Lake, enjoy Crater Lake National Park too.

Directions to & Day Trips of about 100 miles from the retreat.

Little known Scenic Places to explore nature: hiking trails, wetlands, national wildlife refuges, mountains, wilderness areas, river gorges and more near Crater Lake National Park and the retreat: Travel Directions, Map and Scenery.