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|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.
Towering trees looming through a coastal fog. Frothy surf crashing upon jagged shores. Majestic headlands offering clear views for miles. Located two miles (3.22 km) MORE >>
Suited for challenging mountain biking and hiking. It is 9.2 miles of nature, ocean, steep descents, and fast biking on a double-track trail. The more difficult portion MORE >>
Stream: Deadwood Creek Length: 105 feet (32 m) Year Constructed: 1932 Nearest Town: Swisshome Located five miles (8 km) north of Highway 36 just off Deadwood Creek Road MORE >>
The Florence Skatepark at Miller Park was designed by Airspeed and opened in 2004. It features a quarter pipe, full pipe, bowl, vert, metal coping, pool coping and a MORE >>
Just north of Florence OR, the Heceta Head Lighthouse stands above Cape Creek as it flows into the ocean. The beautiful beach cove below is a stunning spot for beach MORE >>
This easy 1 mi (1,6 km) trail starts at the North end of Devil's Elbow State Park and climbs .3 mi (,5 km) through salal and a spruce grove to an old road. On your right MORE >>
Stream: Lake Creek Length: 105 feet (32 m) Year Constructed: 1928 Nearest Town: Greenleaf Located on Nelson Mountain Road, just off Highway 36, 30 miles west of Highway MORE >>
About 7.5 miles south of Florence west of Hwy 101. Stocked rainbow trout in spring. Access from Siltcoos Beach access road. Turn left on gravel road near telephone booth. MORE >>
Water ski, swim, or fish the warm waters of Mercer Lake. Dense brush along the shoreline makes Mercer Lake best enjoyed from a boat or cabin. Mercer Lake Resort offers MORE >>
(341 acres/138 ha) Mercer lake is located north of Florence, east of Highway 101. Stocked with yellow perch, largemouth bass, bluegill, warmouth, brown bullhead catfish, MORE >>