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Discover the awesome beauty of Oregon's Pacific Coast Scenic Byway as you travel along the rugged cliffs and miles of dunes and beaches of the Oregon Coast.  Beach front camping, sandcastles and kite flying, salmon charter fishing and wild dunes rides, it's all waiting for you, the scenery is only the beginning!!

Rocky Shores & Headlands - More than 1400 rocks and islands dot the shore of the Oregon coast, along with tidepools that create a critical habitat for a wide variety of marine species.
Lewis & Clark NWR near the mouth of the Columbia River, provides wintering areas for tundra swans, geese, ducks, shorebirds and bald eagles and is home to harbor seals, sea lions, beaver, muskrat and more.
Neahkahnie Mountain juts 1600 feet from the beach and offers a spectacular view from its peak as well.  Hike to the top on the trail just south of Oswald West State Park.  Turn east between milepost 41 and 42), short distance to trailhead parking.
Oregon Islands All along the Oregon coast, giant monoliths can be seen jutting out of the Pacific Ocean. Each of these rocks is protected as part of Oregon Islands National Wildlife Refuge.
Cape Meares NWR
Three Arch Rocks NWR
Nestucca Bay NWR
Siletz Bay NWR
Bandon Marsh NWR
Siuslaw National Forest - Diverse ecosystem extends from Tillamook to Coos Bay, includes forests, dunes, estuaries, wetlands and more.
Sand Lake Recreation Area 1,000 acres of dunes, forests and waters 15 miles south of Tillamook.
Yaquina Head Outstanding Area - Headland at the north end of Newport provides an accessible wildlife and ocean viewing locations with interpretive center and historic lighthouse.
Drift Creek Wilderness - 6,000 acres designated wilderness in 1984, largest rainforest stand of old growth with western hemlock reaching seven feet in diameter.  North of Waldport
Rock Creek Wilderness
Cummins Creek Wilderness
Oregon Dunes National Recreation Area stretches 40 miles and  between Florence and Coos Bay
Siskiyou National Forest 1.8 million acres stretching across the Coastal Range of southwest Oregon.
Kalmiopsis Wilderness is reached from Brookings or Gold Beach and contains rugged canyons, rock ridges and mountain streams and rivers.
Chetco Wild & Scenic River - 44.5 miles from the headwaters in the Kalmiopsis Wilderness down to  Loeb State Park, home to Oregon's largest stand of Redwoods 10 miles east of Brookings.
Rogue Wild & Scenic River - One of the original eight designated in 1968, protected portion beings 7 miles west of Grants Pass and ends 11 miles east of Gold Beach, flows through the Wild Rogue Wilderness.
North Fork Smith - 13 miles the headwaters to Horse Creek and from Baldface Creek to the Oregon/California state line.

 

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