Proposed Sutherlin Theme Park

At a glance
It started as a water park but plans for the 126-acre site off I-5 in Sutherlin have grown considerably over the last few years. Here’s a snapshot look at what developer Bruce Brunette is proposing to build, in phases.
AMUSEMENT PARK: Will pay tribute to Oregon’s heritage while featuring a water park, timber log flume (think Timber Mountain) and rides.
OUTDOOR RECREATION: Nearly half the 126-acre site will remain undeveloped and feature natural habitat including trails, playgrounds, boating, fishing, 100-spot RV park, amphitheater and picnic areas.
SHOPPING MALL: Around 60 stores, including four larger anchor stores, spread out over 100,000 square feet and featuring Oregon products and brands.
INTERPRETIVE MUSEUM: Using innovative architecture, materials and construction to showcase the history of Oregon industries.
HOTEL: Consisting of 180 rooms and built with advanced timber components, intended to demonstrate the newest technology from Oregon’s timber industry.
CONVENTION CENTER: At between 30,000 and 50,000 square feet it will be designed to be big enough to host local and statewide conventions, conferences, meetings and events.
Scott Carroll, Roseburg News Review

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1 Response to Proposed Sutherlin Theme Park

  1. MARIANNE LOWE says:

    HELLO!!!! YOU ALL!!!!
    REALLY SOUNDS GREAT!! WILL MAKE OUR LITTLE TOWN STAND OUT
    AND SHOUT, HEAR WE COME!!!!!! HOWDY!!! COME ON OVER!!!!

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