One of the highlights on the trip from Canyonville to Trail is the covered bridge, seen above, in Milo which crosses the Umpqua River. Built in 1962, this is the only steel bridge "capped with a covered structure" in Oregon.
Milo is a small town (unincorporated) located in Douglas County in Oregon, United States. Milo can be found along highway 227 and the South Umpqua River in the Umpqua National Forest.
Getting to Milo is very easy. From I-5 get off in Canyonville, the home of Seven Feathers Casino. Make a turn on third street and this will convert into highway 227. The drive can be relaxing because the view of the scenery is very beautiful. At one point, highway 227 is very narrow with a lot curves which makes the drive more interesting. Along this highway you will encounter the towns of Days Creek, Tiller, and Drew and will end on highway 62. Highway 62 will lead you to Medford if you turn right and to Crater Lake if you turn left.
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