1. Explore the South Umpqua River Route
Starts in Canyonville, Exit 98 off I-5. Find the Canyonville Kiosk in front of City Hall on Main Street. From here, take County Road 1. In the town of Tiller, the route follows the South Umpqua on County Route 46, South Umpqua Road.
2. Footloose in the Foothills
About six miles east of Tiller, turn left on Forest Road 2810 to explore an old growth forest and views of the Rogue - Umpqua Divide Wilderness. After 14 miles, the route jogs left onto Forest Road 2792 for 500 feet before heading west on BLM Road 28-3-35 to Red Top Pond, a popular reservoir for fishing and picnicking. This route is NOT RECOMMENDED for RVs and it is often closed in winter.
3. Forests to Farms
From Red Top Pond, the route follows South Myrtle Creek along County Route 18, South Myrtle Road. After about 17 miles, you’ll end up on Riverside Drive in Myrtle Creek.