Swimming Near Roseburg

Cavitt Creek FallsCavitt Creek Falls

Crystal-clear water in deep colorful pools. Low waterfall with jump opportunities from the rocks.

Canton Creek CampgroundCanton Creek Campground

A deep swimming hole surrounded by large rocks and rock ledges.

South UmpquaSouth Umpqua Swimming Spots

There are plenty South Umpqua swimming spots along South Umpqua Road.

South Umpqua Falls Cliff JumpingSouth Umpqua Falls

The waterfall is an unique natural bedrock water slide, cliff jumping and swimming area.

Lower Cow CreekLower Cow Creek

There are numerous spots for swimming, fishing, gold panning, and rockhounding.

Little Falls - Steamboat CreekLittle Falls – Steamboat Creek

A popular summer destination with swimming and cliff jumping opportunities.

Steamboat Falls SwimmingSteamboat Falls – Steamboat Creek

A great summer destination with sunbathing, swimming, and cliff jumping opportunities.

Three C Rock - South Umpqua RiverThree C Rock

Three C Rock offers a refreshing swimming along the 300-foot long channel.

South Umpqua River SwimmingSouth Umpqua Bridge

South Umpqua Bridge at Days Creek is a perfect roadside swimming hole.

Little River Oregon - Coliding RiversLittle River

Little River is relatively safe for swimming because the current is slower and water is warming up quickly during the summer heat.

Swimming Near Medford and Ashland

Emigrant LakeEmigrant Lake

Located in the Ashland vicinity, the lake features very warm water in the summer months, sandy beaches, water slide.

Willow LakeWillow Lake

A scenic lake with woody shores and sandy beach offering activities for entire family.

Crowfoot Falls SwimmingCrowfoot Falls

A waterfall with shallow and deep areas is a scenic spot to enjoy a beautiful waterfall and swimming.

Hyatt LakeHyatt Lake

Located in the the Cascade-Siskiyou National Monument, the recreation area offers opportunities for hiking, biking, fishing, swimming, and boating.

Swimming hole at Six miles siteSixmile

The wide and deep swimming hole with slow currents, large rocks and rock ledges on the scenic Illinois River.

Cliff jumping can be extremely dangerous. Variations in water levels, rocks that are not immediately visible, and shifts in river bottoms due to strong currents can lead to serious injury and even death. It is very important to check your swimming spot conditions and take all associated risks into account. Make safe decisions!

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