Singleton County Park to close for one day for improvement project
Written by Press Release on June 13, 2023
Douglas County, Ore., — The Douglas County Parks Department will temporarily close Singleton County Park, located off Garden Valley Road a few miles west of Roseburg where the North and South Umpqua Rivers meet for a much needed pavement improvement project on Thursday, June 22, 2023. The project is expected to take one day to complete. As with any project, unforeseen delays due to weather, equipment and material availability could possibly extend the anticipated project timeline.
We understand that this park is a popular destination for day use activities such as fishing, swimming, picnicking, and BBQs, so park patrons are encouraged to select an alternate facility that will fit their needs amongst our large inventory of Douglas County Parks during this temporary closure. For instance, River Forks County Park is located a short distance from this park and offers all of the same amenities and much more.
Singleton County Park is located off I-5 Exit 124, about 7.5 miles west of Roseburg off Garden Valley Road at 695 North Curry Road. It is located at the confluence of the North and South Umpqua Rivers. This small park provides a peaceful recreational experience with a small reservable pavilion for events.
The Douglas County Parks Department appreciates the public’s patience as they continue to improve your recreational experience in our county parks. For more information, or to locate a park, campground or boat ramp near you, log onto the Douglas County Parks Department’s page on the Douglas County, Oregon Government Website at: https://douglascounty-oregon.us/265/Parks.