Milo Adventist Academy's 408 acres contain miles of hiking trails, several good swimming holes along the river, and horseback riding opportunities. The setting is rural and quiet. When it's clear you can see the stars at night. Underneath the historic covered bridge is a large swimming hole with a rope swing and lots of space for water activities. On one end of the property is Camp Umpqua with a rustic lodge, amphitheater, camping/RV sites, and river access.
From I-5, take exit 98 at Canyonville. Turn east and drive two blocks to Main Street. Follow Main Street two blocks to Third Street, Douglas County Hwy 1. There are signs for Days Creek and Milo Academy at this intersection. Turn east onto Third and follow the signs nine miles to Days Creek. Stay on the main road through Days Creek. You now have only nine miles left of this twisting road. Watch for the covered bridge on the right. This historic bridge is the access to Milo. Enjoy your drive through God's country.