State Land area open to suction dredging under a General Authorization by Department of State Lands and a Water Quality Permit issued by the Department of Environmental Quality

SU-15 Snapshot


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UPSTREAM: 42 56’25.92″N, 123 15’46.40″W
DOWNSTREAM: 42 56’23.86″N, 123 15’59.22″W

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This public area is open bank to bank, the entire width of the river.  It is almost a quarter-mile in length and is located in Douglas County proper.  It is posted as a day-use area only.

 Access Point SU-15-A

GOOGLE EARTH COORDINATES: 42 56’23.60″N, 123 15’53.40″W

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This public location is Pickett Park, a Douglas County Park located at the end of Canyonville Park Road. Note: It is not at the end of Pickett Lane. There are no parking fees.  There is a paved boat ramp with plenty of parking.  The park is completely surrounded by private land.  This area is a day use area only.


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State Land area open to suction dredging under a General Authorization by Department of State Lands and a Water Quality Permit issued by the Department of Environmental Quality

SU-16 Snapshot


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UPSTREAM: 42 56’52.42″N, 123 10’11.60″W
DOWNSTREAM: 42 56’59.64″N, 123 10’23.45″W

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This public area is open bank to bank, the entire width of the river.  This location is in Douglas County proper and is about a quarter-mile of river.  There is no easy access to this site.

 Access Point SU-16-A

GOOGLE EARTH COORDINATES: 42 56’59.71″N, 123 10’25.65″W

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This public access is a gravel shoulder pull off located on Shively Creek Road. The pull off is located 20 feet above the water with a steep bank that drops straight off, making access almost impossible except for one steep trail located at the north-end of the pull off.  All of the surrounding land is private. Please respect their property.  The land at the south-end of the pull off is private property and touches the river right at the bend for twenty feet in each direction.


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State Land area open to suction dredging under a General Authorization by Department of State Lands and a Water Quality Permit issued by the Department of Environmental Quality

SU-17 Snapshot


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UPSTREAM: 42 56’22.57″N, 123 06’30.11″W
DOWNSTREAM: 42 56’18.24″N, 123 06’33.07″W

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This public area is open bank to bank, the entire width of the river.  This location is in Douglas County Proper.  This is a short area, about 500 feet long, with lots of gravel.

 Access Point SU-17-A

GOOGLE EARTH COORDINATES: 42 56’24.83″N, 123 06’33.99″W

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This public access point is located in Douglas County proper.  There is a gravel road directly off of the Tiller Trail Highway that leads directly onto the gravel bar.  4×4 vehicles are recommended.  Drive to the right to park.  Please do not block the access road


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State Land area open to suction dredging under a General Authorization by Department of State Lands and a Water Quality Permit issued by the Department of Environmental Quality

SU-18 Snapshot


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UPSTREAM: 42 55’43.43″N, 123 03’22.10″W
DOWNSTREAM: 42 55’44.95″N, 123 03’29.36″W

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This public area is open bank to bank, the entire width of the river.  This location is the Carl C Hill wayside, located in Douglas County proper and is almost 600-feet in length.

 Access Point SU-18-A

GOOGLE EARTH COORDINATES: 42 55’45.79″N, 123 03’26.38″W

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This public access point is the Carl C Hill wayside area. It is a no-fee area and there is parking for around 20 vehicles. River access is by trail only. There are good trails at the SW & SE corners of park. There is a lot of exposed bedrock here. We observed numerous dredge holes and cobble piles at this location, which is approximately 3-miles downstream from Coffee Creek, one of the richest tributaries of the South Umpqua River.


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State Land area open to suction dredging under a General Authorization by Department of State Lands and a Water Quality Permit issued by the Department of Environmental Quality

SU-19 Snapshot


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UPSTREAM: 42 56’19.83″N, 123 02’11.12″W
DOWNSTREAM: 42 55’51.96″N, 123 02’25.09″W

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This public area is only open on the west-half of the river, from the west bank to the center of the river only.  The location is in Douglas County proper and is just over half-mile in length.  This area is about two miles below Coffee Creek, one of the richest tributaries of theSouthUmpquaRiver.

 Access Point SU-19-A

GOOGLE EARTH COORDINATES: 42 55’56.98″N, 123 02’23.59″W

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This public access point is a two-wheel-drive gravel road onto a gravel bar off of the Tiller Trail Highway.  There are no fees.  There is plenty of parking and a 4×4-access boat ramp.


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