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Go Geocaching on the Oregon Coast!
|One of Oregon's 7 Wonders, the Oregon Coast invites storm watchers, whale watchers and beachcombers to marvel at its sheer dramatic beauty. Follow the Oregon Coast National Scenic Byway from Dunes City to Cape Perpetua on bicycle, by car or RV. Sink your toes in the sand at long, uncrowded beaches; explore leafy wayside parks; and tour historic monuments. |
Unique activities on the Oregon Coast include dune buggy rides, sandboarding, golfing, camping near the sand dunes and gaming at Three Rivers Casino. Discover special events year-round, from sand sculpting to art tours.
For more suggested adventures, check out our Oregon Coast Adventure Guide.
Experience the Oregon Coast and Willamette Valley like you have never seen it before. You will always remember a helicopter tour with ApexHeli. Offering a variety of MORE >>
Ride horses on the beach, and along Oregon coastal trails through pine forests and sand dunes. Sunset beach rides are spectacular, and can be combined with a BBQ dinner. MORE >>
A full-service convention and performing arts facility in Florence on the central Oregon Coast capable of hosting groups up to 500. There is a 457-seat proscenium theater MORE >>
Oregon's Heceta head Lighthouse was built in 1892, listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1978 and restored in 2013. It is the brightest light on the MORE >>
Offering a wide selection of boats, WaveRunners, and accessories to rent by the hour or day, Loon Lake Watersports & Marina, LCC makes a day on the water unbelievable. MORE >>
An 18-hole unique, challenging and enjoyable golf experience. With a par-71, and a slope of 132, it is set in the sand dunes of the Oregon Coast. Offering links-style pot MORE >>
Trek along the rocky shores of the Aquarium as sea otters and seals romp among the rocks. An octopus lurks in an undersea coastal cave. Encounter sharks. All in a day's MORE >>
Part of the Siuslaw National Forest, the Oregon Dunes cover 40 miles along the coast, North America's largest coastal dunes. Recreational opportunities include quiet MORE >>
Full-service campground and recreational marina on the waterfront in Old Town Florence. Walking distance to shops, museum and restaurants. RVs and groups welcome. Marina, MORE >>
A unique opportunity to experience the Oregon Dunes by dune buggy. Located four miles (6.4 km) south of Florence, direct access to the dunes offering guided tours, group MORE >>
The world's first sandboard park located on the largest coastal dunes in North America. Jumps, rail slides and terrain park with 40 acres (16 ha) of private sculpted MORE >>
Featuring exciting dune buggy-tours up to 10 passengers and scenic giant tours on 27+ passenger buggies (accommodating up to 54). Also offering a fun center with MORE >>
Located on the Oregon Dunes, this award-winning, links-style 18-hole golf course was designed by Rees Jones. Golf packages available. Clubhouse featuring Tavolo MORE >>
A cavernous sea cave adopted by Steller and California sea lions. Take an elevator ride down 200 feet (61 m) into the cave as tall as a 12-story building and as wide as a MORE >>
Located in historic Old Town Florence. Displaying relics and historical information from the area. Featuring the Siuslaw River and its pioneers. Wheelchair accessible MORE >>