Welcome to our Great Umpqua Bounty


The Great Umpqua Bounty (GrUB) program mission is to promote our Umpqua as a unique food destination through epicure and cultural experiences that foster economic growth and agri-tourism in Douglas County, Oregon. All participating businesses promote and source local products that are grown, raised, harvested or created in the Great Umpqua region. Our food trail is open to visitors throughout the year and is designed to explore at your own pace – you are welcome to start and finish wherever you like. You can download the printed version of the Food Trail Brochure HERE

Need trip ideas?

Check out our suggested itineraries!
June 21, 2018

Umpqua-Grown

Farm-fresh feasts await on this scenic journey through the heart of Umpqua Valley. Roseburg to Winston Start your Saturday morning at the Umpqua Valley Farmers Market […]
June 21, 2018

Sip to the Sea

Travelers reap the rewards of this river route known for wine, berries and seafood. Elkton to Reedsport Nearby lodging options: a cabin at the Big K […]
June 21, 2018

Rambling Rivers

A wild river leads through the woods to a variety of local epicurean delights. Roseburg to Idleyld Park Start in downtown Roseburg at the Darkroom Espresso […]

Tips for Traveling in the Great Umpqua

The Great Umpqua Food Trail is open to visitors throughout the year and is designed to explore at your own pace – you are welcome to start and finish wherever you like. To ensure a positive experience, please review the hours of operation for each business by checking online or calling ahead. Also note when it is preferred that you make an appointment or reservation.

Much of the bountiful experiences available are in remote areas. While traveling around the Great Umpqua region we recommend not relying entirely on GPS or mobile phone data service. Before setting out, look up directions and check your route on TripCheck.com

The working farms along this trail provide some of the most unique and personalized experiences. As a visitor, we ask that you respect the invitation to enter each property and be cautious around farm animals and equipment. Kids should not play unsupervised and you should be prepared to follow any site-specific rules. If you are interested in a farm tour or u-pick experience, be prepared with appropriate footwear, sun protection and water.

We strongly encourage you to bring a taste of your journey back home to share with friends and family as a reminder of the bounty available in the Great Umpqua.

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