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Singleton County Park To Receive Pavement Upgrade

12:11 AM ยท Jun 14, 2023

The Douglas County Parks Department has announced the temporary closure of Singleton County Park, nestled at the confluence of the North and South Umpqua Rivers, off Garden Valley Road, a few miles west of Roseburg. The closure, scheduled for Thursday, June 22, 2023, is to facilitate a significant pavement improvement project. This one-day project, however, is subject to unexpected delays due to potential weather issues, equipment, and material availability, and these factors may extend the timeline. Situated 7.5 miles west of Roseburg off I-5 Exit 124 at 695 North Curry Road, Singleton County Park is a local favorite for day use activities such as fishing, swimming, picnicking, and BBQs. It also boasts a small, reservable pavilion for events, offering a tranquil recreational experience. Understanding the popularity of Singleton County Park, the Parks Department has advised park patrons to explore other facilities in the Douglas County Parks inventory during the closure. River Forks County Park, for instance, located a short distance away, offers comparable amenities and more. The Douglas County Parks Department expressed its appreciation for the public's patience as they work to enhance the recreational experience in the county parks. They directed patrons to their page on the Douglas County, Oregon Government Website (https://douglascounty-oregon.us/265/Parks) for more information or to locate an alternative park, campground, or boat ramp. The Parks Department remains committed to maintaining and improving its facilities for the betterment of the Douglas County community, ensuring that all residents and visitors have access to high-quality recreational spaces.

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