Along the scenic Coast, Vacasa offers oceanfront retreats and quiet cottages brimming with amenities including private hot tubs, fireplaces, WiFi, and pet-friendly policies - perfect for your Oregon Coast getaway.
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Located on the central Oregon coast along U.S. Highway 101, Florence provides convenient access to countless outdoor recreational and activities. The town and its stunning surroundings are also accessible via Oregon Highway 126 from Eugene. This route runs through the Willamette Valley and then along the Siuslaw River, which flows through coastal mountains to Florence and the Pacific Ocean.
The River House Inn in Old Town Florence offers rooms with Siuslaw River views from lovely terraces.
Located in historic Old Town Florence, the Old Town Inn's hospitable staff and tidy guest rooms will make your stay on the beautiful Oregon Coast pleasant and memorable.
A few headlands over from the Sea Lion Caves lies one of Oregon’s most photographed lighthouses, the Heceta Head Lighthouse.
Good luck finding a better selection of casino games than at Three Rivers Casino & Hotel (outside of Vegas, anyway!).
When you think of the beach, and board sports, surfing or boogie boarding are the first things that come to mind – but that’s not the case at the Oregon coast.
Fred Jensen, curator of the Siuslaw Pioneer Museum, more than just oversees the collection of artifacts and photographs in his downtown Florence museum, he shares the stories of the area.
Just four hours from Portland, the Sea Lion Caves features the largest sea cave in the world and an opportunity to see not only sea lions, but scores of other wildlife in their natural habitat.
On a busy summer weekend, my husband and I launch our kayak down the Siltcoos River Canoe Trail, and in moments find ourselves in absolute quiet and solitude.