Looking for something to do? IdleYld Lodge is near many great attractions, activities, and areas of interest.
The Umpqua National Forest includes nearly a million acres within the western slopes of the Oregon Cascades. From the snow of the High Cascades to the white water rapids, water has formed the forest. Explosive geologic events continue to shape Umpqua's distinctive landscapes, resulting in spectacular scenery and diverse natural resources. As well as an excellent area for camping, mountain biking, bicycling, hiking, rafting, kayaking, scenic guided tours, snowboarding, horseback riding and much more.
The Douglas County Parks Department has over 50 parks in its system, ranging from large facilities with overnight camping to small boat launching access points. In addition, Douglas County is home to numerous parks operated by the US Forest Service, the State of Oregon, and local communities.
The North Umpqua Scenic Highway is one of the most beautiful highways Oregon has to offer. Much wildlife and many magnificent wonders await you.
The Rogue-Umpqua Scenic Byway "All American Road" is located east of Roseburg via Hwy 138 East, the Wild and Scenic section of the North Umpqua River offers visitors unsurpassed recreational opportunities among some of the most beautiful scenic drives, tours, and vistas in Oregon.
The most scenic byway to Crater Lake is part of the Rogue-Umpqua Scenic Byway. Waterfalls and wildlife viewpoints are along this stretch on scenic byway. There are many places to stop and fish, swim, or relax along the way. Driving through the area is a great way to spend the day.
Crater Lake and Diamond Lake are only a short distance away. Just take The "All American Road" The Rogue-Umpqua Highway, one of the most beautiful highways Oregon has to offer.
The North Umpqua River east of Roseburg is internationally recognized for its fishing opportunities and offers some of the finest fishing in Oregon, providing a variety of fish, but the most popular being Steelhead fishing. There are miles of the Umpqua River to enjoy both Trout and Steelhead fishing. There are several guided fishing tour companies along the beautiful stretch of river. The Umpqua River flows directly through Idleyld Park along Highway 138, and is directly across from IdleYld Lodge.
Psst, Remember it's pronounced "Idle-Wild".
There are more than 25 waterfalls in our area or Oregon to enjoy. This is a great place to spend the day, take photos, picnic, hike and more.
Watson Falls - 272 ft
Susan Creek Falls
Fern Falls Trail