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Visitor and Interpretive Centers Reedsport
Umpqua Discovery Center

Located on Reedsport's waterfront, close to the bridge over the Umpqua River, the Umpqua Discovery Center is an educational and entertaining experience for the whole family. Interactive exhibits show how land, water, and people have shaped one another over time in the Lower Umpqua River estuary.

Open seven days a week throughout the year except Thanksgiving, Christmas, and New Year's Day.

Location:
409 Riverfront Way
Reedsport Oregon 97467

Phone: 541-271-4816
Visit their Web site

Recent Announcements:
Visit the newest exhibit "Pathways to Discovery" and see the beautiful murals painted by artist Peggy O'Neal. Walk the "path" through the various landscapes of the Lower Umpqua Estuary and slide down the bear slide.

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