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Start of the Oregon Scenic Byway
Oregon Scenic Byway is part of The National Scenic Byways Program. From the California/ Oregon State Line to the Oregon/ Washington State Line, The Pacific Coast Scenic Byway provides views of amazing coastal ocean scenery. The highway clings to seaside cliffs, passes through farming valleys, passes through wind-sculpted dunes. Small unique towns, museums, state parks, highway turnout viewpoints, historic bridges and lighthouses ensure a enjoyable journey.
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California - Oregon State Line
Southern boundary of Curry County, OR. In 1852 gold and other precious metals were discovered in the rivers and on the beaches of this area. As a result, settlement in the county was concentrated along the coast. NOTE: For Highway travel south via California Highway #1 The Pacific Coast Highway. See Milebymile Highway #101 for highway driving directions.

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0.9
Point of Information -330
Crossing the Winchuck River, OR.
0.9
1.4
Access to The Oregon Redwoods Trail
East side of the highway. This hiking path, starts on the Oregon Redwoods Barrier Free Trail in the Winchuck River drainage, then loops down to the west into upper Moser Creek area and accesses a grove of majestic old-growth redwood trees. The only coast redwoods found in the Pacific Northwest Region are the Chetco Ranger District's redwood trees.
2.5
4.0
Access to the Chetco Valley Historical Society Museum
East side of highway. Chetco Valley Historical Society Museum is located in the historic Blake House, built in 1857. The Blake house was once a stagecoach stop and trading post. The largest monterey cypress in the United States is located on the museum grounds. Exhibits include a small trunk that came around Cape Horn in 1706, a patchwork quilt dating back to 1844, and an Indian dugout canoe.
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6.2
Benham Lane
Access to U.S. Coast Guard Port of Bookings, OR. West side of highway.
4.3
7.0
Community of Chetco OR

4.5
7.2
Access to Vsitor Information
West side of highway.
5.1
8.2
Access to U.S. Coast Guard Port of Bookings, OR.
East side of highway.
5.2
8.4
Point of Information - Photo looking west at the Chetco River OR
Crossing the Chetco river.
5.6
9.0
Community of Brookings OR.
Services fuel at highway, gas diesel - Attractions in and around Brookings, OR - American Music Festival - Azalea Park - Botanical Garden - Harris Beach State Park - Kalmiopsis Wilderness Area/ Siskiyou National Forest (The Kalmiopsis Wilderness Area is one of five wilderness areas that make up the Siskiyou National Forest.) - Loeb State Park - Oregon Coast Trail - Sporthaven Beach. Brookings, OR, was named after John E. Brookings, president of the Brookings Lumber and Box Company, which founded the city in 1908.
6.0
9.7
Centre Street
Access to Chetco Point, OR. Chetco Point is a nature park that is kept accessible with as little development. The park provides the public with views of the Pacific Ocean, the Port of Brookings Harbor, the Chetco River, Macklyn Cove and the area where the first wharf was set up in the early days of Brookings.
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10.1
6th Street
Access to Shopping malls, fuel gas/diesel, west side of highway.
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11.8
Parkview Drive
Access to airport.
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12.2
Access to Oregon Visitor information Centre & Harris Beach Oregon State Park
Harris Beach Oregon State Park west of highway. Camping facilities - 36 full hookup, 50 electrical, 63 tent (maximum site 50 feet, cable TV hookups in selected campsites); Wi-Fi access; 6 yurts; hiker/biker camp.
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12.2
Harris Beach Oregon State Park Campground
Photo looking at Harris Beach
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12.2
Photo taken at Harris Beach Oregon State Park Campground
The park has the largest island off the Oregon coast. Bird Island (also called Goat Island) is a National Wildlife Sanctuary and breeding site for rare birds as the tufted puffin.
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12.2
Harris Beach Oregon State Park
Photo taken from park
9.3
14.9
Photo View from highway
Driving north on Oregon Highway 101 - Photo 335
10.3
16.5
Access to Samuel Boardman State Scenic Corridor
West side of highway. This Scenic Drive is a 5 mile, forested byway with a rugged, steep coastline interrupted by small sand beaches. This park was named in honor of Samuel H. Boardman, the first Oregon Parks superintendent. - NOTE: a lot of cyclists/bikers take this loop. The loop intersects back to the main highway 101.
10.7
17.2
Roadside Highway Turnout with Viewpoint
No services, west side of highway.
10.9
17.6
Point of Information
Crossing Lone Ranch Creek, OR
11.8
19.0
Point of Information
Crossing Horse Rock Creek, OR
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22.1
Access to Whaleshead - Road side Highway Turnout Viewpoint
West side of highway
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22.4
Point of Information
Crossing Whaleshead Creek, OR
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22.4
Photo - View from highway
Driving north on Oregon Highway 101 Photo - 336
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22.9
Access to Whaleshead Beach, OR
West side of highway. Whaleshead Beach is one of the most picturest locations along the Coast of Oregon. Close to the shore is a rock formation that looks like the head of a Whale. The rock is such, when a wave hits it, it spurts a spray that actually looks like a whale spouting, hence the name Whaleshead Beach.
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24.0
Indian Sands - Roadside Highway Turnout - View Point
West side of highway.
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24.9
Road Side Highway Turnout - Photos
West side of highway, gravel turnout. From the turnout, there are trails, where one can view the bridge crossing Thomas Creek. This steel bridge is is the highest brige built in Oregon. 345 feet above to Thomas Creek.
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26.2
Point of Information
Crossing China Creek, OR
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26.8
Point of Information
Crossing Spruce Creek, OR
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26.9
Road Side Highway Turnout
No services, gravel. West side of highway.
16.9
27.2
Roadside Highway Turnout - Viewpoint
No services, west side of highway.
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28.3
Natural Bridge Roadside Highway Turnout - View Point
West side of the highway
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28.5
Roadside Highway Turnout
Gravel turnout. West side of highway
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29.4
Point of Information
Crossing Miller Creek, OR.
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30.1
Arch Rock Roadside Highway Turnout
No services, gravel turnout. West side of highway
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30.4
Roadside Highway Turnout
West side of highway, gravel turnout.
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32.8
Road Side Highway Turnout
West side of highway, gravel turnout, no services.
20.7
33.3
Road Side Highway Turnout
Large gravel turnout, no services. West side of highway.
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39.0
Photo - View from highway
Driving north - Photo - 338
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Point of Information - 339 Photo looking at the Pistol River, OR.
Crossing the Pistol River. This river got its name when a militia soldier lost his pistol in the river during the Rogue River Indian War. In March of 1856, a decisive battle was fought at the Pistol River.
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Community of Pistol River, OR.
Southern limits. Access to Pistol River State Park Viewpoint. This is an excellent spot for birding. Ocean windsurfing is also good here; National Championships have been held at this point.
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Photo - View from highway - 340
While driving north.
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Roadside Highway Turnout
Large gravel turnout, no services. West side of highway.
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42.4
Roadside Highway Turnout
Large gravel turnout, no services. West side of highway.
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42.5
Point of Information
Crossing Myers Creek, OR
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43.6
Roadside Highway Turnout Viewing Point
Gravel turnout.
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43.8
Photo - View from highway - 341
Driving north on Oregon highway #101.
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46.4
Access to Cape Sebastian Oregon State Park
The most striking features of this park are its two parking overlooks. The parking lots are over 200 feet above sea level. At the south parking lookout, you can see up to 43 miles to the north at Humbug Mountain. If you look south on a clear day one can see nearly 50 miles toward Crescent City, California and the Point Saint George Lighthouse.
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Community of Gold Beach, OR - Photo 343 ? 311 312 313
Southern limits. Access to Visitor Information Center. Attractions in and around Gold Beach, OR. - The Gold Beach Brew and Art Fest - Festival of Quilts - Curry County Fair - Oregon Coast Cycling Festival - Hathaway Jones Tall Tales Festival - Garden Club Spring Flower Show - Rogue River Salmon Derby - Annual Firemen's Breakfast - Gold Beach Annual Garden Tour - Annual Salmon B. Jammin' Derby - Annual CAF Indian Creek Barbeque - The Curry County Historical Society Museum. - Editors Note: - Mailboats based in Gold Beach, OR; have been delivering mail upstream to Agness, OR; since 1895, they are one of only two rural mailboat routes remaining in the U.S.
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Gold Beach Oregon
Photo looking at portions of the beach at the community of Gold Beach. OR.
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Photo - View from highway - 344
Looking at the beach area at Gold Beach, OR. with a incoming full tide.
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Point of Information
Crossing Hunter Creek, OR.
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55.1
Gold Beach Ranger Station
Access from highway.
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Services fuel at highway
Gas, diesel.
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Photo - View from highway - Comunity of Gold Beach, OR.
Driving north on Oregon highway 101 - Photo345
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Moores Street
Access to airport.
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Photo - View from highway - Photo 346
Looking north at the bridge crossing the Rouge River, OR.
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Agnus Street
Access to campground.
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Point of information - photo 347 348
Crossing the Rogue River, OR. The Rogue River, OR; flows from the Cascade Range to the Pacific Ocean. It is one of the original eight rivers included in the Wild and Scenic Rivers Act of 1968. The Rogue River Trail of 40 miles (64 km) runs parallel to the river from Grave Creek to Illahe. The Rogue river, is a Graded as a IV rapids, is popular among white-water rafters. This river is also heavily used by jet boats, where one can experience a jet boat ride up the river.
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Photo view from highway - Photo 348
Crossing the Rouge River, OR; looking north.
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Roadside Highway Turnout
Small gravel turnout,. West side of highway, no services.
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59.7
Roadside Highway Turnout with View Point
Large gravel turnout. West side of highway
40.0
64.4
Roadside Highway Turnout
Gravel turnout, no services. East side of highway
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67.0
Access to Geisel Monument Oregon State Historic Site
Historic site of a Rogue Indian war skirmish. The site has a secluded picnic area with Interpretive signs. There is no fee to use this park.
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Access to Campgrounds
West side of highway.
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Community of Nesika Beach, OR
Southern limits.
43.4
69.9
Roadside Highway Turnout
Paved turnout, west side of highway.
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70.0
Photo - View from highway - 349
Photo looking north, while driving on Oregon Highway 101.
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70.5
Roadside Highway Turnout with Scenic Viewpoint
Paved turnout.
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71.0
Roadside Highway Turnout with View Point
Long gravel turnout, no services. West side of highway.
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71.6
Roadside Highway Turnout with View Point
Gravel turnout, no services. West side of highway.
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71.6
Photo view from highway 351
Looking north at a Rest Area in the distance
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Community of Ophir, OR. - photo 306
Access to Roadside Turnout Rest Area, paved turnout, toilets, picnic tables. West side of highway. Photo taken from Rest area.
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Roadside Turnout Rest Area, -304
Photo taken from rest area, looking at access to beach.
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72.1
Roadside Turnout Rest Area,
Photo taken from Rest Area. Looking at the beach and ocean.
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Roadside Highway Turnout
Gravel turnout, no services. East side of highway.
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73.8
Roadside Highway Turnout with View Point
Gravel turnout, no services. West side of highway.
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75.8
Point of information
Crossing Euchre Creek, OR. Euchre Creek is among the smallest coastal rivers in southern Oregon. Euchre Creek is approximately 14 miles long.
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77.5
Point of Information
Crossing Woodroof Creek, OR.
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Roadside Highway Turnout with Scenic Viewpoint
Gravel turnout no services. West side of highway
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79.4
Roadside Highway Turnout
Large gravel turnout, no services. West side of highway
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Photo - View from highway -353

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81.8
Access to The Prehistoric Gardens
West side of highway. Here one can walk through a real rain forest, produced by this part of Oregon's heavy annual rainfall. There are life-size reproductions of creatures of the dinosaur Jurrasic period.
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82.0
Point of Information
Crossing Mussel Creek, OR
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82.2
Point of Information
Crossing Myrtle Creek. OR.
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84.4
Roadside Highway Turnout
Large gravel turnout, no nservices. West side of highway.
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85.0
Roadside Highway Turnout
Gravel turnout, no services. West side of highway
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86.0
Roadside Highway Turnout
Gravel turnout, no services. West side of highway
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86.4
Roadside Highway Turnout
Gravel turnout, no services. West side of highway
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87.1
Roadside Highway Turnout
Gravel turnout no services. East side of highway
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87.9
Point of Information
Crossing Brush Creek, OR.
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88.0
Photo - View from highway -356
Editors Note: The Oregon Pacific Coast Highway is very popular with cyclists & Motorcycles, drivers should always be aware.
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Roadside Highway Turnout
Large gravel turnout, no services. East side of highway
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89.0
Point of Information
Crossing Bear Trap Creek, OR.
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90.8
Humbug Mountain Oregon State Park
Southern boundary. The park is dominated by Humbug Mountain (elevation 1,756 feet) and is surrounded by forested hills. The park enjoys some of the warmest weather on the Oregon coast as the surrounding mountains offer protection from cool ocean breezes. Many visitors enjoy windsurfing and scuba diving. Hiking to the top of Humbug Mountain is a major activity.
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Access to Oregon Humbug Mountain State Park Campground
East side of highway. Humbug Mountain State Park Facilities: 32 electrical, 62 tent (maximum site 55 feet); hiker/biker camp, showers, walking trail, interpretive events, access to beach. NOTE: No RV Dump Station Sept/08.
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Roadside Highway Turnout Access to Humbug Mountain
Large parking area with access to Humbug Trail Head. West side of highway.
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Roadside Highway Turnout with Scenic Viewpoint - 358
West side of highway
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Photo - View from highway -361

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Roadside Highway Turnout with Scenic Viewpoint
Gravel scenic turnout, no services. West side of highway.
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101.4
Community of Port Oxford, OR - Jackson Street
Access to Battle Rock Historic Wayside. West side of highway. Viewing point, washrooms, interperative signs.
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Community of Port Oxford, -photo 362
Welcome to Port Oxford, OR
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Community of Port Oxford, OR - 9th Street
Access to Port Oxford Head State Park. The Port Orford Lifeboat Station was constructed in 1934 by the Coast Guard to provide lifesaving service to the southern portion of the Oregon Coast. The Point Orford Heritage Society, operates a free museum. There is no fee to enter this park. - Facilities ans attractions: Picnic area, interpretive displays, walking trail, Historic buildings.
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Point of Information
Crossing Elk River, OR
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108.8
Access to Cape Blanco State Park Campground
West of highway, 5 miles: Cape Blanco is the most southern of Oregon's lighthouses; Cape Blanco State Park Campground facilities include: - 53 electrical (maximum site 65 feet); 4 cabins; horse camp (8 sites, 4 double corrals); group tent (4 areas); hiker/biker camp, showers, picnic areas, Walking trail/Hiking trail, Lighthouses, Interpretive tours, Restrooms, Horse trail, Yurts, cabins, tepees, campground, is open year-round. NOTE: The dump station wasout of service Sept/08.
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Community of Sixes, OR
The Sixes river valley was settled in the early 1850s, when gold was discovered in the area.
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110.5
Sixes River Road
Access to campground.
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110.6
Point of Information
Crossing Crystal Creek, OR
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111.7
Roadside Highway Turnout
Large gravel turnout, no services. West side of highway.
69.6
112.0
Junction of County Road # 172
East side of highway.
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113.7
Junction of County Roadway # 160
Access to Airport. West side of highway
73.0
117.4
Access to Campground
West side of highway.
73.9
119.0
Point of Information
Crossing Willow Creek, OR.
74.0
119.1
Entering the community of Denmark, OR.
Elevation: 98 ft.
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121.4
Forest Lake Loop Road
Access to Floras Lake, OR. West side of the highway. Only a sand dune separates fresh-water Floras Lake, OR; from the Pacific Ocean.
75.7
121.9
Point of Information
Crossing Floras Creek, OR.
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122.4
Community of Langlois, OR.
Junction of County Road #124. East side of highway
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125.1
Point of Information
Crossing Morton Creek, OR.
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126.4
Coos County, OR.
Southern boundary. Northern boundary of Curry County, OR.
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130.4
Roadside highway turnout with information sign
East side of highway, no other services.
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130.9
Access to New River, OR
West side of highway. The Oregon, New River is a short river on the southern Oregon coast. It begins at Floras Lake and runs northward to the Pacific Ocean a distance of 10 river miles (16 km).
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132.4
Point of Information
Crossing Four Mile Creek, OR.
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133.1
Access to The West Coast Game Farm, OR
West side of highway.
85.8
138.0
Point of Information
Crossing Two Mile Creek, OR
85.8
138.1
Photo - View from highway
Driving north on Oregon Highway #101 - 365
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139.8
Access to Charleston Brandon Scenic Byway
Access from highway.
88.0
141.6
Access to RV Park, Campground
West side of highway.
88.4
142.2
Truck Weigh Station
West side of highway.
89.0
143.3
Community of Brandon, OR. - Southern limits
Services fuel at highway, gas. diesel. Attractions in and around Brandon, OR: Bandon Cheese Factory Tours - Walking tour of historic Old Town Bandon.
90.0
144.9
11th Street West - Community of Brandon, OR.
Access to State Park Ocean Beaches, west of highway.
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145.5
Access to Old Town Brandon, OR
West side of highway.
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145.5
Old Town Brandon, OR
Photo taken from Old Town dock area
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Junction of Highway # 42s
East access to Riverton, OR; Coquile, OR: Myrtle Point, OR; Winston, OR; Roseburg, OR.
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Point of Information Photo looking at the Coquille River, OR. Bridge
Crossing the Coquille River. The Coquille River is 100 mi (160 km) long.
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150.5
Park Road - Access to Bullards Beach Oregon State Park
Bullards Beach Oregon State Park Campground Facilities: 104 full hookup, 81 electrical (maximum site 64 feet); 13 yurts; horse camp, 2 reservable picnic shelters, hiker/biker camp, showers, RV Dump station, Hiking trail. - Attractions: The historic Coquille River Lighthouse accessed from the park.
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153.6
Access to Seven Devils Oregon Wayside State Park
West side of highway. Seven Devils is a day use park: Facilities: - Picnicking - Fishing - Beach access. Agates are often the beachcombing goal of visitors to this out-of-the-way spot. There are no fees to enter this park.
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Point of Information
CRossing Seven Mile Creek, OR.
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159.6
Entering Coos County Forest Area
Southern limits. The Coos County Forest covers approximately 15,000 acres.
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173.1
Roadside highway turnout - West side of highway
Long gravel turnout, no services.
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174.0
Junction of Oregon Highway #42
East access to communities of Coquille, OR; Myrtle Point, OR; Roseburg, OR.
108.2
174.1
Point of Information - Crossing Davis Slough, OR
Photo looking east at Davis Slough.
108.7
175.0
Photo View from highway - 369
Looking at highway overpass.
113.7
182.9
Access to Communities of Coors River, OR and Allegany, OR
6th Ave, east of highway.
114.0
183.4
Point of information
Crossing Coalbank Slough, OR.
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183.8
Welcome to Coos Bay Oregon
There has been a settlement on Coos Bay since 1853. Attractions in and around Coos Bay, Oregon: Coos Historical & Maritime Museum - Coos County Logging Museum - Coos Bay Cultural Interpretive Exhibit - Marshfield Sun Printing Museum - Little Theatre On the Bay - On Broadway Thespians, Inc. - River Tours - River and Estuary fishing - Coos Bay Historical Downtown Walking Tour - Myrtlewood Factory Tours - Whale Watching & Harbor Tours
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184.8
Access to Oregon Coast Historic Railway
Museum has steam locomotives.
115.0
185.0
Photo View from highway - 374
Looking at Marine traffic, Coos Bay, OR
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185.2
Access to Coos Bay Downtown Business Area
West of highway. Access to Coos Bay Boardwalk
115.2
185.4
Access to Oregon State Parks
Sunset Bay Oregon State Park features sandy beaches protected by sea cliffs. Only a short walk from the beach, the campground has sites for tent camping and RV's. Facilities: 29 full hookup, 34 electrical, 66 tent (maximum site 47 feet); 8 yurts; group tent (2 areas); hiker/biker camp. - Picnicking - Boat ramp - Showers - Hiking trail - Beach - Swimming - The campground is open year around. Access to Cape Arago State Day Park Located at the end of Cape Arago Highway about 15 miles southwest of Coos Bay, Cape Arago is a scenic headland jutting into the Pacific Ocean. Picnicking - Wildlife watching - Beach access - Hiking trail - Interpretive signs - Open year-round no fees for this park.
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187.0
Photo View from highway - 375
Coos Bay, Isthmus Slough, OR
116.7
187.8
Community of North Bend, OR
Southern Limits. The City of North Bend was incorporated in 1903.
117.3
188.8
Access to RV Park
East side of highway.
118.0
189.9
Access to Oregon State Parks & Community of Charleston, OR
Cape Arago and Sunset Bay Oregon Parks , west side of highway,
118.6
190.9
Welcome to North Bend Oregon
Photo view from highway. North Bends welcome highway sign.
118.7
191.0
Access to North Bend's Visitor Information Center
West side of highway. Information available for North Bend and area.
118.7
191.0
Point of Interest Crossing McCullough Memorial Bridge
Completed in 1936, the McCullough Memorial Bridge is a cantilever bridge which spans Coos Bay in Oregon
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194.0
Entering Oregon Dunes National Recreational Area - Siuslaw National Forest
Souther boundary. TheOregon Dunes extends for 40 miles along the Oregon Coast They extend from Coos Bay, OR. to Florence, OR. The dunes were formed by the forces of wind, water and time, these dunes are like no others in the world. These are the largest expanse of coastal sand dunes in North America.
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194.6
Access to Horsfall Dunes Beach
West of highway. Horsfall Dunes Beach has a Campground & Day Use Area. Facilities: 35 trailer, auto, OHV sites. Potable drinking water, flush toilets, garbage containers, fire rings, tables. Attractions: This campground is located in the dunes next to the beach and Ocean. Beachcombing are popular activites.
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195.1
Access to National Forest View Point Road side turnout
West side of highway. Picnic area, tables.
124.3
200.0
Community of Hauser, OR
Access to Oregon Dunes National Recreational area. West of highway.
126.0
202.7
Access to Riley Ranch County Park Campground
West side of highway. The 135-acre facility was still under construction, but when finished, it will include 92 RV sites with water and electric and about 50 non-hookup sites for tenting or dry camping.
126.8
204.1
Saunders Lake Road
Access to Saunders Lake County Park. Access to Saunders Lake.
127.9
205.8
Point of Interest - Clear Lake, Oregon.
Clear Lake has very clear, blue water. Being fed by many streams. no motor boats allowed on this lake.
129.4
208.3
Access to Spinreel OHV Campground - Siuslaw National Forest
Facilities: - 36 tent, auto, trailer sites. Facilities: Potable drinking water, flush toilets, garbage containers, fire rings, recycle center, tables, restrooms, campsites. Open all year.
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210.0
Point of Interest - Crossing Tenmile Creek, OR
Tenmile Creek feeds into the ocean and provides great steelhead fishing in the spring and fall.
130.9
210.6
Community of Lakeside, OR
Attractions: Cardboard Boat Races - Columbia Drag Boat Association Lakeside Races.
130.9
210.7
Access to Tenmile Lake Recreation Area, OR
Tenmile Lake is located in the Oregon Coast Dunes National Recreation Area. Excellent fishing, great water for swimming and boating.
131.2
211.1
Access to John Delinback Trail Dunes Trailhead - Siuslaw National Forest
West side of highway. Length: 3 miles - Elevation: From 100 to 1500 feet. Trailhead Facilities: Water, Toilet, on site payment, picnic tables.
131.4
211.4
Ell Creek Siuslaw National Forest Campground
Facilities:Sites: 52 camp sites, Potable drinking water, flush toilets, garbage containers, fire rings, tables.
132.4
213.0
Access to Tugman Oregon State Park Campground
West side of highway. Facilities: 94 electrical (maximum site 50 feet); 16 yurts; hiker/biker camp, showers, picnick area, showers, boating, boat ramp, fishing, swimming, RV dump station.
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214.4
Point of Information - Douglas County, OR; Southern Limits
Coos County Northern Limits. Douglas County was created in 1852.
134.8
217.0
View from highway - Photo 381
Looking at Clear Lake, OR
136.8
220.2
Access to Umpqua Lighthouse Oregon State Park Campground
The campground and developed day use areas are located around Lake Marie. Facilities: 20 full hookup sites (maximum site 45 feet); 24 tent sites with water nearby; 8 yurts (two rustic, six deluxe); 2 cabins, showers, Picnick area, boating, fishing, walking trail. There is a lighthouse and adjacent museum.
137.8
221.8
Community of Winchester Bay, OR
Southern limits. Attractions in and around Winchester Bay: Umpqua River Lighthouse - Oregon Dune Mushers Mail Run - Ocean Fest - Crab Bounty Hunt - Oregon Dune Fest - Kool Coastal Nights Classic Car Show - Art By the Bay.
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222.2
Access to RV Park
East side of highway. Camping.
140.5
226.1
Community of Reedsport, OR
Reedsport, OR was established on the estuary of the Umpqua River in 1852. Attractions in and around Reedsport: Dean Creek Elk Viewing Area - Umpqua River Lighthouse - Umpqua Discovery Center.
141.1
227.1
Photo View from highway - 382
Welcome to Reedsport, OR
141.7
228.0
Point of Information
Crossing Schofield Cr, OR.
142.3
229.0
Junction of Highway #38 - Umpqua Ave
East to communities of Scottsburg, OR - Elkton, OR - Drain, OR. Yoncalla, OR. East access to Interstate #5. Attractions in and around Elkton, OR, Elkton Fort Umpqua Days - Elkton Butterfly Pavillion.
143.2
230.4
Lower Smith River Road
Access to Vincent Recreatioal Area, east of highway
143.4
230.8
Crossing the Smith River, OR. Photo looking at the Smith River, OR.
The Smith River is a tributary of the Umpqua River, approximately 70 mi (113 km) long
144.2
232.0
Community of Gardiner, OR
Gardiner was named for a merchant, who was shipwrecked here in 1850.
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Elbow Lake, OR
East of highway. There is a boat launch site. One can fish for Largemouth bass, yellow perch, the lake is stocked annually with rainbow trout.
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Access to Siuslaw National Forest - Tahkenitch Campground
Camping Sites: 34 - Facilities: Potable drinking water, flush toilets, garbage containers, fire rings, tables.
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Access to Tahkenitch Lake, OR
Boat launching site.
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Access to Tahkenitch Creek Trailhead
West side of highway. Length: 3.5 miles - Elevation: From 0 to 800 Feet Trailhead Facilities: Toilets, viewing platforms on-site payment.
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Roadside highway turnout - Oregon Dunes National Recreation Area
West side of highway. This is a Day use park
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Access to Carter Lake,OR
West side of highway, Access to boat launching site.
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Access to Oregon Dunes Carter Lake Campground - Siuslaw National Forest
Camping Sites; 23 - Facilities: Potable drinking water, flush toilets, garbage containers, fire rings, tables. Attractions: Carter Lake Campground is located between Carter Lake and the Oregon Dunes.
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Point of Information - Lane County, OR
Southern boundary. North boundary of Coos County, OR.
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Siuslaw National Forest Oregon Dunes Siltcoos Recreatioal Area
Access to Driftwood II OHV Campground 68 OHV sites for auto or trailer. Facilities: Potable drinking water, flush toilets, showers, garbage containers, fire rings, tables. - Activites: Camping for Off Highway Vehicle enthusiasts.
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Point of Information - Crossing te Siltcoos River, OR
This river begins at Siltcoos Lake, OR, to the Pacific Ocean a distance of 2.3 miles (3.7 km) - 3 meandering river miles (5 km).
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Access to Siuslaw National Forest Oregon Dunes Tyee Campground
Camping Sites 14 tent, auto, trailer - Facilities: Potable drinking water, vault toilets, garbage containers, fire rings, tables, boat ramp, restrooms. The boat ramp is for use of registered campers only.
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Point of Information - Woahinik Lake, OR.
East of highway. Woahink Lake is 820 acres in size.
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Jessie M Honeyman Memorial State Park Campground
West of highway. The Honeyman Park is the second largest overnight camp in the state. Facilities include: 47 full hookup, 121 electrical, 187 tent (maximum site 60 feet); 10 yurts; group tent (6 areas); hiker/biker camp, showers, walking trail, dump station.
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Jessie M Honeyman Memorial State Park Campground

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Community of Glenada, OR
Services fuel at highway.
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South Jetty Road - Oregon Dunes National Park
Access to South Jetty Dunes and Beach area.
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Oregon Dunes National Park
Northern Boundary.
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Point of Information - Crossing the Siuslaw River
The Siuslaw River is approximately 110 mi (177 km) long. The bridge's total length is 1,568 feet. it provides 110 feet of horizontal clearance for boat traffic.
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Visitor Information Center
East side of highway
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Access to Port of Siuslaw, OR
East side of highway. Siuslaw Port is 4.7 (7 km.) river miles from the ocean and assists the commercial fishing boat close access to prime fishing and crabbing grounds.
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Community of Florence, OR - Junction of Highway #126
West to communities of Mapleton, OR; Walton, OR; Noti, OR. - Veneta, OR; Eugene, OR. Attractions in and around Florence, OR. - Sea Lion Caves - Heceta Head Lighthouse - Siuslaw Pioneer Museum - Fly Fishing Museum - Darlingtonia Botanical Wayside.
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Access to Harbor Vista Park Campground
East of highway. Harbor Vista Park offers 15 acres of tent and RV camping on a year round basis. It is with an ocean view, above the North Jetty of the Siuslaw River. Facilities: 38 RV sites with water and electric hookups; Restrooms with 5 coin-operated showers; Playground; Hiking Trails.
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Heceta Beach, Road
Access to Heceta Beach, OR; West side of highway
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Access to Access to Siuslaw National Forest Oregon Mercer Lake Recreation Area
East side of highway
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Roadside Highway Turnout - Darlingtonia State Natural Site
The park has a short loop trail through a peat bog area overlooking patches of Darlingtonia. The plant, Darlingtonia, is a carnivorous plant, commonly known as the cobra lily, whose top is flared into a hollow dome with a forked tongue, hense it's name. This park is the only Oregon state park dedicated to the protection of a single plant species. The park has toilets and picnic tables.
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Sutton Lake Road - access to Sutton Lake Boat Launch - Siuslaw National Forest
Facilities: Vault toilets, piped water, picnic tables, garbage containers. Activities: boating, fishing, picnicking.
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Roadside Highway Turnout - Siuslaw National Forest
Paved turnout, with view point.
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Access to Siuslaw National Forest Alder Dune Campgrounds
Camping Sites: 39 - Facilities: Potable drinking water, flush toilets, garbage containers, fire rings, tables. Activities: Camping, fishing, hiking. The Alder Dune Day Use Area is in the campground next to Dune Lake. Trails access sand dunes and the ocean.
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Photo view from highway - 386
Access to Siuslaw National Forest Horse Trail System.
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Siuslaw National Forest - Roadside Highway Turnout
Turnout with View Point. West side of highway.
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Siuslaw National Forest - Roadside Highway Turnout
West side of highway.
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Photo view from highway - 388
Driving north, through The Siuslaw National Forest, on The Pacific Coast Highway
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To the Sea Lions Caves, OR. Photo looking east at the Sea Caves Parking lot, across the highway
West side of highway. Access to paved parking lot on the east side of highway. The Sea Lion Caves are the world's largest sea caves and the only remaining mainland home of wild Stellar sea lions.
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Sea Lions Caves, OR.- Photo - looking down at another viewing area of the ocean.
Photo taken from view area of The Sea Lion Caves view point. Visitors can take a elevator down to the viewing caves.
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Siuslaw National Forest - Roadside Highway Turnout View Point - 392
West side of highway paved turnout, Photo looking at Heceta Light house in the distance.
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Cape Creek Historic Tunnel Bridge
Built 1931, Total length: 1,228.1 ft- There are flashing lights to enable cyclists usage of the tunnel. When amber lights are flashing, reduce speed. Remember this is a biker/cyclist friendly highway and there are many of them.
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Access to Heceta Lighthouse - Siuslaw National Forest -
West side of highway. The Heceta Head Lighthouse and Light Keeper's house are circa 1894. Both are listed as a National Historic Site. This is a working Lighthouse. Heceta Head State Park adjacent, Devils Elbow State Park is located in a cove at the mouth of Cape Creek. There are picnic tables available.
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Roadside highway turnout - Carl G Washburn Memorial State Park Wayside - Photo taken from turnout
Day use park. Facilities: Walking trail - Historic signs - Interpretive signs. Access to beach area. From this wayside day use area there is beach access to five-miles of sandy beach. - Across Highway 101 on the east side of the highway is the, Carl G. Washburne Memorial State Park Campground. access to the beach is a walking trail leading you under the highway to a five-mile sandy beach and a day-use area, to this wayside area. Camground facilities at the park: 56 full hookup (maximum site 45 feet); 2 electrical (withwater); 2 yurts; 7 walk-in tent; hiker/biker camp. The park has Walking trails, Hiking trail, Special events nature programs. Interpretive events, Showers, Dump station.
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Point of information
Crossing China Creek, OR
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Roadside Highway Turnout - Muriel O. Ponsler Memorial State Scenic Viewpoint
West side of highway. Picnick area Wildlife watching, Bird watching, Whale watching, Windsurfing, Beach access.
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Point of Information
Crossing Big Creek, OR
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Photo view from highway -396
Looking at the ocean and beach area.
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Siuslaw National Forest Rock Creek campground -
East side of highway. Sites: 15 tent, auto, and trailer - Facilities: Piped drinking water, flush toilets, 16 sites, fire rings, tables. Activities: Camping, picnicking, hiking.
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Roadside highwat turnout - Siuslaw National Forest - Ocean Beach
West side of highway. Facilities: toilets vault, picnic tables. Activities: picnicking, beach access, fishing, beach combing.
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Photo view from highway -398

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Roadside Highway Turnout with Viewpoint - Stonefield Beach State Recreation Site
West side of the highway. This turnout has easy beach access. There is no fee to use this park.
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Point of information - -
Crossing Ten Mile Creek, OR
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Roadside highway turnout - Bob Creek Oregon State Wayside
Facilities: parking are for beach access, picnic tables. Photo looking at Bob Creek Wayside in the distance.
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Roadside Highway Turnout with View Point - Strawberry Hill Oregon State Wayside Day Park
West side of highway. - Facilities: Viewing area picnic tables, access to beach, parking, information sign.
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Access to - Siuslaw National Forest - Cummings Ridge Trailhead
Trailhead Facilities: None - Cummins Ridge Trail travels through Cummins Creek Wilderness area.
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Neptune Scenic Viewpoint - Oregon State Park Day Park
Benches above the beach allows you to view Cumming Creek. Facilities: Picnic tables, toilets, Beach access, Hiking trail, Interpretive signs.
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Welcome to Lincoln County, OR
The County was named for President Abraham Lincoln, Lincoln County was created 1893.
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Siuslaw National Forest - Cape Perpetua Campground
Sites: 38 tent, auto, and trailer; 1 group site - Facilities: drinking water, flush toilets, fire rings, tables. Activities: Camping, Picnick area , Hiking trails, The Visitor Center offers interpretive talks, naturalist-led hikes or nature films every hour on the hour.
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Community of Yachats, OR
Attractions in and around Yachats, OR: The Yachats Covered Bridge - The Yachats historic Little Log Church Museum - Original Yachats Arts & Crafts Fair - Yachats Ladies Club Memorial Day Pie & Ice Cream Social - Yachats la de da Parade, Festivities & Fireworks Show, 4th July. - Yachats Music Festival - Yachats Smelt Fry - Yachats Coastal Dinner & Garden Tour - Labor Day Pie & Ice Cream Social - Fall Blues Show & Shine Car Show - Annual Yachats Village Mushroom Fest - Brushwhackers' Halloween Ball - Annual Yachats Celtic Music Festival - Annual Yachats Christmas Concert at the Little Log Church Museum.
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Point of Information - Crossing the Yachats River, OR.
Editors Note: There is a 9-mile scenic drive up - Yachats River Road, were one can visit the historic North Fork of the Yachats Covered Bridge. The bridge was built in 1938.
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Community of Yachets - 3rd Street West
Access to State Park Beaches - Visitor Information Center; The Little Log Church Museum. West of highway
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Access to Smelt Sands State Recreation Day Park
West of highway: Facilities: toilets, picnic tables, beach access, walking trail. Walk the historic 804 Trail 3/4 miles one-way with benches placed along the way.
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Access to Siuslaw National Forest - Tillicum Beach Campground
Camping Sites: 59 tent, auto, and trailer Facilities: Drinking water - Flush toilets - Fire rings - Picnic tables Activities: Camping, hiking, beachcombing.
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Point of Information
Crossing Big Creek, OR
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Access to Beachside State Park Recreation Site Campground
West of highway: Facilities: 32 electric, 42 tent, including 2 reservable yurts; hiker/biker camp, showers, beach access, interpretation area. This park has miles of broad, sandy beach that is perfect for kite flying.
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Truck Weigh Station
East side of highway.
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Governor Patterson Memorial State Recreation Site
Governor Patterson Oregon State Park has miles of flat, sandy beach. Facilities: Rest room, picnic tables, beach access.
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Community of Waldport, OR
Southern Limits - Attractions: Alsea Bay Interpretive Center - The Alsea Bay Bridge - Waldport Heritage Museum.
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Access to Siuslaw National Forest Ranger Station
East side of highway.
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Photo view from highway - 404
Community of Waldport, OR
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Photo view from highway - 405
Looking at the The Alsea Bay Bridge.
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Community of Waldport, OR - 406
Community of Waldport, OR, business area.
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Junction of highway #34 - Services fuel at highway, gas diesel
East to communities of Tidewater, OR, Alsea, OR, Philomath, OR, Corvallis, OR.
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Access to Alsea Bay Interpretive Center
West side of highway. The Center has information about the Alsea Bridge and is also a Visitor Information Center.
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Access to Driftwood Beach State Recreation Site Wayside
Driftwood Beach State Wayside has access to the ocean beach and has picnic tables, toilets. There is no fee to use this park. Photo taken from Driftwood Beach State Recreation Site.
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Roadside Highway Turnout Viewing Point
West side of the highway. NOTE: for the next few miles there are numerous turnout view points, on the west side of the highway.
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Community of Seal Rock, OR

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Access to Seal Rock Oregon State Recreation Site
West side of highway. Beach area has large off-shore rock formations which are home oto seals, sea lions, sea birds and other marine life. Facilities: This is a day park with picnic tables toilets beach access, hiking trail, historic signs. There is no fee to use this park.
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Crossing Beaver Creek, OR
Access to Ona Beach, Oregon State Day Park. Facilities: Picnic tables, toilets, boating, fishing, beach access. There is no fee to use this park.
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Access to Lost Creek State Recreation Site
West of highway. Services: Picnic tables, Tiolets, Fishing, Beach access. There is no fee to use this park
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Community of Newport, OR. - Welcome to Newport
Southern Limits, access to airport.
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Access to South Beach Oregon State Campground - Photo taken of Beach Area
West of highway. Facilities: Camp sites, 228 electrical (maximum site 60 feet); 27 yurts; group tent (3 areas); hiker/biker camp. Wi-Fi access. - Beach access - Walking trail - Hiking trail - Bicycle trail- Dunes - Nature/Visitor center - Interpretive store - Showers - Playgrounds - Dump station.
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South Beach Oregon State Campground - Photo taken of Beach Area
Photo taken from Beach Area. The beach is sandy with few rocks.
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South Beach Oregon State Campground
Photo taken from trail to beach. There are Interperative signs. Start/Finish of Highway Travel Guide. NOTE: for highway travel north via Oregon Highway #101 - See Section #2 Highway 101 The Oregon Pacific Coast Highway - Newport to the Washington/Oregon State Line.