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Brookings, Oregon
Brookings, Oregon, located on the West coast of the USA, along the Pacific Ocean. Winter Art & Chocolate Festival, is a famous festival held in Brookings, Oregon on the second weekend of February, when local and regional artists and chocolatiers perform. The Brookings Harbor Festival of the Arts, takes place the third weekend in August on the Boardwalk at the Port of Brookings Harbor. This is where Pacific Coast Scenic Byway starts its northerly run on the south towards Astoria, Oregon. This byway provides amazing coastal scenery, passes through agricultural valleys and brushes against wind-sculpted dunes, clings to seaside cliffs, and winds by estuarine marshes. Along the route are small towns, historic bridges and lighthouses, museums, overlooks, and state parks.
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Brookings Airport
Parkview Drive, Beach Avenue, Brookings Airport, a public airport located northeast of the city of Brookings in Curry County, Oregon, Garvins Heliport, a private heliport located north of Brookings in Curry County, Oregon,
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Harris Beach State Park,
Harris Beach State Park, an Oregon State Park located on US Highway 101, north of Brookings. Harris Beach State Park is home to Bird Island (also known as Goat Island), which is reported to be the largest island off the Oregon Coast and is a National Wildlife Refuge.
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Carpenterville Road
Carpenterville Road, Forest Wayside State Park,
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Samuel H. Board State Scenic Corridor
Samuel H. Boardman State Scenic Corridor, a linear state park in southwestern Oregon, It is a twelve miles long and thickly forested along steep and rugged coastline with a few small sand beaches. The Pistol River State Scenic Viewpoint is located on the north end of the corridor. More than fourteen named creeks cross the corridor which lies between the Pacific Coast and USA Highway #101.
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Samuel H. Boardman State Park
Hucklesberry Ridge Road, Whaleshead Road, Samuel H. Boardman State Park,
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Wilderness Drive
Wilderness Drive, Samuel H. Boardman State Park, Oregon
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Pistol River State Park
Byrdies Road, Carpenterville Road, Pistol River State Park,
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Pistol River Loop
Pistol River Loop, Pistol River, a community in Curry County, Oregon, located near the Pistol River and the Pistol River State Scenic Viewpoint. The Pistol River area is known for its windsurfing.
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Pistol River Loop
Pistol River Loop, Pistol River, a community in Curry County, Oregon, located near the Pistol River and the Pistol River State Scenic Viewpoint. The Pistol River area is known for its windsurfing.
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Cape Sebastian State Park
Myers Creek Road, Cape Sebastian State Park,
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Cape Sebastian State Park
Anthony Drive, Eighty Acres Road, Cape Sebastian State Park,
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Buena Vista State Park
Hunter Creek Loop, Hunter Creek Road, Hunter Creek merges with Pacific Ocean, Buena Vista State Park,
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Hunter Creek Loop
Hunter Creek Loop, Hunter Creek Road, Hunter Creek merges with Pacific Ocean,
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Gold Beach, Oregon
Gold Beach, Oregon, a city in Curry County, Oregon, located on the Pacific coast on USA Highway #101 in Oregon. Gold Beach Municipal Airport, a public airport located in Gold Beach in Curry County, Oregon, County Fairgrounds located near the Municipal Airport along the Pacific Coast Scenic Byway.
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Junction
Junction Jerry's Flat Road,
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Wadderburn, Oregon
North Bank Rogue River Road, Wedderburn, Oregon, a community in Curry County, Oregon, It is located across the mouth of Rogue River,
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Otter Point State Wayside
Otter Point State Wayside,
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Edson Creek Road
Edson Creek Road, Neslka Road, Geisel Monument State Park,
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Nesika Beach, Oregon
Nesika Beach, Oregon, a community in Curry County, Oregon, Nesika Beach has a mix of absentee owners of beachfront property and local owners of upland propertyNesika Beach, Oregon
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Ophir, Oregon
Ophir Road, Squaw Valley Road, Cedar Bend Golf Club, Ophir, Oregon, a community in Curry County, Oregon,
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Arizona Ranch Road
Arizona Ranch Road, Mussel Creek Road, Viewpoint, A Rest area located along the USA Highway #101 on the Pacific Coastline
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Humbug Mountain State Park
Humbug Mountain State Park, China Mountain Road,
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Humbug Mountain State Park
Humbug Mountain State Park,
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Port Orford Dock Road
Port Orford Dock Road, Battle Rock Wayside,
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Port Orford, Oregon
Port Orford, Oregon, a city in Curry County, Oregon, Port Orford Heads State Wayside, (The Heads), a rocky cape on the Pacific Ocean coast of southwestern Oregon located in Curry County. The cape is part of Port Orford Heads State Park. Garrison Lake, located along the Pacific Coast Highway (USA Highway #101), north of Port Orford, Oregon.
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Cape Blanco Road
Cape Blanco Road, Cape Blanco State Park Lake, Cape Blanco Light, a lighthouse located on Cape Blanco, Oregon. Cape Blanco, Oregon, a prominent headland on the Pacific Ocean coast of Oregon, The cape is part of Cape Blanco State Park. Cape Blanco State Park Lake,
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Sixes, Oregon
Sixes, Oregon, a community in Curry County, Oregon, located on USA Highway #101 and the Sixes River, east of Cape Blanco and the Cape Blanco Lighthouse.
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Port Orford Cedar State Park
Airport Road, Port Orford Cedar State Park, Cape Blanco State Airport, a public airport located in Curry County, Oregon, within Floras Lake State Park on the Pacific Coast.
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Denmark, Oregon
Floras Lake Loop, Willow Creek Road, Denmark, Oregon,
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Langlois, Oregon
Langlois, Oregon, a community in Curry County, Oregon, on the Oregon Coast.
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New Lake Road
New Lake Road, New River, a short River flowing along the Oregon Coast, just behind the foredune, The river has little elevation change and mostly runs in low sand dunes and beach.
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Fourmile, Oregon
Lower Four Mile Road, Community of Fourmile, Oregon,
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Laurel Grove, Oregon
McTimmons Road, Community of Laurel Grove, Oregon,
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Dew Valley Lane
Dew Valley Lane, Morris Road, Dew Valley, Oregon, Bandon Crossing Golf Course, is located south of here along the Oregon Coast Highway.
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Two Mile, Oregon
Two Mile Lane, Community of Two Mile, Oregon,
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Beach Loop
Beach Loop, China Creek, Bandon Face Rock Golf Course, Bandon Ocean Wayside,
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Bandon State Airport
Kehl Road, to, Bandon State Airport, a public airport located Southeast of the city of Bandon in Coos County, Oregon,
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Bandon, Oregon
Bandon, Oregon, a city located on Oregon Coast, in Oregon. Bandon Marsh National Wildlife Refuge, a U.S. National Wildlife Refuge on Oregon's coast. It is renowned among bird watchers for being able to view rare shorebirds including Ruff, Hudsonian Godwit, and Mongolian Plover. Coquille River Light, a lighthouse located in Bandon, Oregon, the light helped mariners to find the dangerous bar at the mouth of the Coquille River. It is now a part of Bullards Beach State Park. The Port of Bandon, the port authority for Bandon Harbor in the city of Bandon, Oregon. The port has full marina facilities for boat launching and sport fishing.
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Junction
Junction State Highway #42/Coquille Bandon Highway, Community of Winterville, Oregon, Community of Riverton, Oregon
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Prosper Junction Road
Prosper Junction Road, Parkersburg Road, Community of Prosper, Oregon, located on the bank of Coquille River, Judah Parker County Park, Community of Parkersburg, Oregon.
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Park Road
Park Road, N Bank Road, Bullards Beach State Park, located on the Oregon Coast along USA Highway 101, Randolph, Oregon located on the northern bank of Coquille River,
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Round Lake Road
Round Lake Road, Cut Creek, Bandon Dunes Golf Resort, a complex of three golf courses located just north of the city of Bandon, Oregon, on the Oregon Coast.
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Randolph Lane
Randolph Lane, Cut Creek, Bandon Dunes Golf Resort, a complex of three golf courses located just north of the city of Bandon, Oregon, on the Oregon Coast
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Beaver Hill Road
Beaver Hill Lookout Road, Beaver Hill Road, N Bank Road,
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Family Four Drive
Family Four Drive, Davis Slough,
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Junction
Junction State Highway #42, Community of Delmar, Oregon, Community of Green Acres, Oregon, Community of Coaledo, Oregon
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Coos Country Club
Coos City Summer Road, Coos Country Club,
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Millington, Oregon
Millington, Oregon, a community located on Oregon Coast Highway, Community of Libby, Oregon lies west of here.
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Bunker Hill, Oregon
Bunker Hill Avenue, Bunker Hill, Oregon, a community in Coos County, Oregon,
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Empire Coos Bay Highway
The city of Coos Bay, Oregon, located in Coos County, Oregon, This is where the Coos River enters Coos Bay on the Pacific Ocean. The city borders on the nearby city of North Bend, Oregon, The Egyptian Theatre is a historic movie theatre in Coos Bay, Oregon, The theatre houses the only theatre organ still in place in its original theatre in Oregon.
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Viginia Avenue
virginia Avenue, Cape Arago Highway, North Bend, Oregon, a city in Coos County, Oregon, The city is served by Southwest Oregon Regional Airport, an indoor mall, and a casino. The city is surrounded by water on three sides and on one side by the city of Coos Bay, Oregon. The Oregon Dunes National Recreation Area, Bandon Dunes Golf Resort, camping, and other outdoor recreation are located here in North Bend, Oregon. Menasha Pad Heliport, a private heliport located northeast of North Bend in Coos County, Oregon, Bay Area Hospital Heliport, a private heliport located east of Coos Bay in Coos County, Oregon.
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Simpson Wayside State Park
Chappell Parkway, Ferry Road, Simpson Wayside State Park, Ferry Road Park,
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Coos Bay
A bridge, carrying USA Highway #101 across Coos Bay. Coos Bay, is an S-shaped inlet, on the Pacific Ocean coast of Oregon. The Port of Coos Bay is the largest and deepest port between San Francisco, California and the Columbia River. The Oregon International Port of Coos Bay, a port of the Pacific coast of the United States, located in Coos Bay near the city of Coos Bay, Oregon. It is the largest deep-draft coastal harbor between San Francisco Bay and Puget Sound, and is Oregon's second busiest maritime commerce center after the Port of Portland.
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Glasgow, Oregon
East Bay Road, Glasgow, Oregon, Kentucky Golf and Country Club,
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North Bay Road
North Bay Road, Conde B MC Cullough State Ways,
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Jordan Cove Road
Jordan Cove Road, Jordan Lake, Trans Pacific Parkway, Industrial Waste Pond,
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Hauser, Oregon
Hauser Depot Road, Community of Hauser, Oregon, Beale Lake,
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Saunders Lake, Oregon
Saunders Lake, Oregon, Saunders Lake Country Park, Saunders Lake,
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Wildwood Drive
Wildwood Drive, Lakeside, Oregon, a city in Coos County, Oregon, Lakeside State Airport, a public airport located in Lakeside in Coos County, Oregon,
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William Tugman State Park
Wildwood Road, William Tugman State Park, Eel Lake, Clear Creek,
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Access
Access to, Clear Lake, Lake Edna, located within William Tugman State Park,
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Umqua Lighthouse State Park
Lighthouse Road, The Umpqua River Light, a lighthouse on the Oregon Coast, located at the mouth of the Umpqua River on Winchester Bay, in Douglas County. This lighthouse is a National Historic Place. Lake Marie, a lake located within Umpqua Lighthouse State Park,
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Winchester Bay, Oregon
Salmon Harbor Drive, Winchester Bay, Oregon, a community in Douglas County, Oregon. Recreational opportunities : Recreational vehicle use on the nearby sand dunes, Tours of the Umpqua River Light house, and crabbing in the bay. The Annual Dune Festival, a five-day event held here.
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Ranch Road
Ranch Road, Forest Hills Country Club, Cruse Memorial Heliport, a private Heliport located northeast of Reedsport, Oregon in Douglas County, Oregon,
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Reedsport, Oregon
Junction State Highway #38/Umpqua Highway, Reedsport, Oregon, a city in Douglas County, Oregon, Oregon Dunes National Recreation Area at Reedsport, Oregon, draws tourists in large numbers, All-terrain vehicles available for rent in Reedsport, Oregon.
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American Bridge Way
American Bridge Way, Lower Smith River Road, Bolon Island Tideways St Wayside,
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Gardiner, Oregon
Gardiner, Oregon, a community located along USA Highway #101, in Douglas County, Oregon, across the Umpqua River from Reedsport.
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Viewpoint Loop
A Loop, Viewpoint/Rest Area, located on Pacific Coast Scenic Byway (USA Highway #101) between Oregon Dunes National Recreation Park, and Tankenitch Lake,
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Access
Access to the Shore of Tankenitch Lake, along the USA Highway #101,
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Access
Access to Oregon Dunes National Recreation Park,
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Oregon Dunes Overlook
Oregon Dunes Overlook Point, on Oregon Coast Highway
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Oregon Dunes National Rec. Area
Oregon Dunes National Recreation Area, Sitcoos Lagoon,
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Westlake, Oregon
Pacific Avenue, Westlake, Oregon, a community on Siltcoos Lake in Lane County, Oregon,
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Clear Lake Road
Clear Lake Road, Siltcoos Lake, Community of Dunes City, Oregon, located on the shores of Lake Woahink,
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Lake Woahink Seaplane Base
Lake Woahink Seaplane Base, a public seaplane base located south of the city of Florence in Lane County, Oregon,
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Jessie M. Honeyman Memorial State Park
Jessie M. Honeyman Memorial State Park, also known as Honeyman State Park, located on USA Highway 101, along the Oregon Dunes National Recreation Area, in Lane County, Oregon. Activities like, yurt camping, all-terrain vehicle access, swimming, sandboarding and a group camp are offered in the area campground.
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Mitchell Loop Road
Mitchell Loop Road, Cleawax Lake,
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S Jetty Road
S. Jetty Road, Sand Dunes Road, Joaquin Miller State Park, Oregon Dunes National Recreation Area, Glenada Ponds,
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Glenada, Oregon
Glenada, Oregon, a community in Lane County, Oregon, situated across the Siuslaw River from the city of Florence, on USA Highway #101.
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Junction
Junction State Route #126/Florence Eugene Highway, This Road travels along the Siuslaw River, a river, flowing along the Pacific coast of Oregon, within Siuslaw National Forest, Oregon. Community of Cushman, Oregon. Peace Harbor Hospital, an acute care facility and Trauma Center located west of this location.
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Florence, Oregon
Florence, Oregon, a city in Lane County, Oregon, Rhododendron Festival held here annually since 1908. Attraction in and around city are; Darlingtonia State Natural Site, Heceta Head Lighthouse at Devil's Elbow, Jessie M. Honeyman Memorial State Park and The Oregon Dunes National Recreation Area, that lies south of the city along the Oregon Pacific Coast. Florence, Oregon is served by Florence Municipal Airport, a public airport located in the city of Florence in Lane County, Oregon.
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Munsel Lake Road
Munsel Lake Road, Munsel Lake, Munsel Landing County Park, Ocean dunes Golf Links,
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Heceta Beach, Oregon
Heceta Beach Road, Community of Heceta Beach, Oregon,
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Darlingtonia State Natural Site
Darlingtonia State Natural Site, a botanical preservation area and state park, is on US Highway #101, north of Florence, OR. Darlingtonia californica is a carnivorous plant and is commonly known as the cobra lily. The rare, strangely-shaped plant is the only member of the pitcher plant family Sarraceniaceae in Oregon. There is a short loop trail in the park that goes through a peat bog area and overlooks patches of Darlingtonia. It is the only Oregon state park that protects a single plant species.
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Cape Creek Bridge
Cape Creek Bridge, an arch bridge that spans Cape Creek in Lane County, Oregon. This bridge carries USA Highway #101. This Bridge is listed in the National Register of Historic Places.
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Devils Elbow State Park
Cape Creek Road, Devils Elbow State Park, located within Siuslaw National Forest,
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Heceta Head Light
Heceta Head Light, a lighthouse located on the Oregon Coast, north of Florence, Oregon, at Heceta Head Lighthouse State Scenic Viewpoint, midway up a tall headland. Heceta Head, a headland that stands 1,000 feet above the Pacific Ocean, nearby.
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Carl G Washburne Memorial S.P.
Carl G Washburne Memorial State Park, located on USA Highway #101, along the Oregon Coast.
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Big Creek Bridge
Big Creek Bridge, a bowstring arch bridge that spans the Big Creek on USA Highway #101 in Lane County, Oregon. Muriel Ponsler Memorial Wayside Park, is located nearby along the Pacific Ocean Highway.
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Fairview Mountain Road
NFD 1055 Road/Fairview Mountain Road,
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Tenmile Creek Road
Tenmile Creek Road, Stonefield Beach State Wayside,
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Searose Beach, Oregon
Community of Searose Beach, Oregon, is located along the Oregon Coast Highway/USA Highway #101,
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NFd 1051 Road
NFd 1051 Road, The Cummings Creek Wilderness, a 9,300 acres wilderness area in the Siuslaw National Forest on the Oregon coast. It is "dedicated to preserve in a wilderness state, the last remaining virgin stands of Sitka spruce, western hemlock and Douglas-fir, in Oregon's coast lands."
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Cummins Creek Road
Cummins Creek Road, Neptune State Park, located within Cummings Creek Wilderness, on the Oregon Coast
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NFD Road 55
NFD Road 55/Cummins Peak Road, Cape Perpetua Area, Cape Perpetua, a large forested headland on the central Oregon Coast which projects into the Pacific Ocean. Camping, picnicking, hiking, sightseeing, whale watching, and a visitor center with daily programs are all available within the Cape Perpetua Scenic Area. There are twenty-six miles of interconnected hiking trails in old growth forests which lead to Pacific Ocean tidal pools.
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Devils Churn
Devils Churn, a narrow inlet of the Pacific in Lincoln County, Oregon, located in the Siuslaw National Forest and is accessible via the Restless Waters trail from the Cape Perpetua Scenic Area visitor's center or the USA Highway #101 overlook. A United States Forest Service pass is required to access the Trail.
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Sea Lion Caves
Sea Lion Caves, a tourist attraction on the Oregon Coast, Visitors can take an elevator underground to view the cave claiming to be the world's largest sea cave. Sea lions gather in this natural amphitheater, usually during fall and winter. In spring and summer, they breed and have their young on rock ledges just outside the cave. The caves are also a major nesting ground for several species of birds.
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Cleft of the Rock Light
Cleft of the Rock Light, a privately owned lighthouse located on the Pacific coast of Oregon, south of Yachats on Cape Perpetua. The lighthouse is part of Gibb's home, and the grounds and tower are closed to the public.
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Yachats Ocean Road St. Wayside
Yachats Ocean Drive, Yachats Ocean Road St. Wayside, Cape Ranch Road leads to Cape Perpetua Area, in siuslaw National Forest,
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Yachats, Oregon
Yachats, Oregon, a small coastal city, Yachts, Oregon has been placed within the Top Ten US Up-and-coming vacation destinations. This town is chosen as the one of the ten coolest small town in the U.S. by a popular magazine. Archeological studies have shown that the Yachats area has been inhabited for at least 1,500 years. Attractions: Yachats State Recreation Area, a day use only park; Smelt Sands State Recreation Site; Yachats Ocean Road State Natural Site, located on the south side of the mouth of the Yachats River, forms a 1-mile long strip on the bank overlooking the river's estuary and the ocean.
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Yachats State Park
The Yachats Ocean Road State Natural Site, a state park in southern Lincoln County, Oregon, in the town of Yachats. The park is open for day use only, and offers scenic driving on a 1-mile loop, and wildlife and surf viewing.
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Smelt Sands State Wayside
Smelt Sands State Wayside, located on the Pacific Coast of Oregon along the USA Highway #101,
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San Marine, Oregon
Community of San Marine, Oregon,
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Wakonda Beach, Oregon
Community of Wakonda Beach, Oregon, Beachside State Park, located on Oregon Coast, Wakonda State Airport, a public airport located southwest of Waldport in Lincoln County, Oregon,
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Governor Patterson Memorial State Park
Governor Patterson Memorial State Park,
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Waldport, Oregon
Junction State Route #34/NW Hemlock Street, Waldport, Oregon, a city in Lincoln County, Oregon. The city is located on the Alsea River and Alsea Bay,
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Alsea Bay Bridge
The Alsea Bay Bridge, a concrete arch bridge that spans the Alsea Bay and carries the USA Highway #101 across, near Waldport, Oregon.
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Driftwood Beach State Wayside
Driftwood Beach State Wayside, located on Oregon Coast along the Pacific Coast Scenic Byway,
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Seal Rock, Oregon
Seal Rock, Oregon, a community in Lincoln County, Oregon, Seal Rock State Recreation Site, a day-use site that includes tidepools and a stretch of beach.
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Ona Beach State Park
Ona Beach State Park, a beach side State Park, located on the Pacific Coast of Oregon, along USA Highway #101,
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Forfar, Oregon
Community of Forfar, Oregon, Lost Creek State Wayside, is located nearby on USA Highway #101,
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Newport Municpal Airport
Newport Municipal Airport, a public airport located south of the city of Newport in Lincoln County, Oregon.
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South Beach State Park
South Beach State Park, a state park located on the Pacific Coast, along USA Highway #101, in Newport, Oregon
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South Beach, Oregon
Community of South Oregon, The Oregon Coast Aquarium, an aquarium in Newport, Oregon. USA Today and Coastal Living Online have ranked the Oregon Coast Aquarium among the top ten aquariums in the United States. The Oregon Coast Aquarium's collection focuses on the flora and fauna native to the Oregon Coast. The largest exhibit is called "Passages of the Deep". Passages of the Deep allows visitors to walk through acrylic tunnels, surrounded by deep water marine animals such as sharks, rays, and rockfish. The aquarium also boasts marine mammals, specifically sea lions, seals, and sea otters, in addition to a sea bird aviary.
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Yaquina Bay State Recreation Site
Yaquina Bay State Recreation Site, a coastal state park in Lincoln County, Oregon, in the city of Newport, Oregon. This site offers picnic facilities, beach access, a forested bluff and the historic Yaquina Bay Lighthouse, a lighthouse built in 1871 in Newport, Oregon, located on the north side of the Yaquina Bay.
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Junction
Junction USA Highway #20/Olive Street, Newport, Oregon
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Newport, Oregon
Newport, Oregon, a city in Lincoln County, Oregon, located on the Pacific Coast of Oregon, along the USA Highway #101. Jumpoff Joe, was a 100-foot-tall sea stack geological formation composed of middle Miocene concretionary sandstone at Nye Beach in Newport, Oregon. Agate Beach State Wayside,
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NW Lighthouse Drive
NW Lighthouse Drive, The Yaquina Head Light, also known as the Cape Foulweather Lighthouse, a lighthouse on the Oregon Coast, in Agate beach, Oregon, stands at 93 feet, the tallest in Oregon.
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Agate Beach, Oregon
Agate Beach, Oregon, a community in Lincoln County, Oregon,
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Moolack Beach
Moolack Beach, an undeveloped sandy beach on the Oregon Coast, north of Newport in Lincoln County, Oregon.
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Beverly Beach, Oregon
Beverly Beach, Oregon, a community in Lincoln County in Oregon, located on USA Highway #101, on the Oregon Coast, north of Yaquina Head and south of Beverly Beach State Park.
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Beverly Beach State Park
Beverly Beach State Park, a state park in Oregon located north of Newport, Oregon. It is a full R.V. hookup camping area with showers, bathrooms, beach access, and a meeting hall where evening interpretive programs take place. The park also has tent areas, as well as yurts for rent. The yurts have a heater, beds, table, and a porch.
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Otter Rock, Oregon
Otter Rock, Oregon, a community in Lincoln County, Oregon, located on USA Highway #101 on the Oregon Coast. Devils Punch Bowl State Natural Area is located in Otter Rock, Oregon. Devils Punch Bowl State Natural Area, a state day use park, It is centered on a large bowl naturally carved in a rock headland which is partially open to the Pacific Ocean. It is part of Oregon Islands National Wildlife Refuge, provides interesting wave viewing, and home for wildlife.
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Otter Crest State Park
Otter Crest Loop, Otter Crest State Park, located on the Pacific Coast of Oregon, along the USA Highway #101
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Otter Creek Loop
Otter Creek Loop, Cape Foulweather, a basalt outcropping 500 feet above the Pacific Ocean on the Oregon Coastline in Lincoln County.
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Depoe Bay, Oregon
Depoe Bay, Oregon, a city in Lincoln County, Oregon, located on USA Highway #101, next to the Pacific Ocean. Depoe Bay Harbor, The Whale Watching Center, a visitor center that helps visitors observe whale migration and provide information about whales and other marine mammals including history, economics, and their environmental and ecological influences.
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Viewpoint
Viewpoint, Boiler Bay State Wayside located along the USA Highway #101, on the Oregon Coast
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Fogarty Creek State Park
Fogarty Creek State Park, near Lincoln Beach, Oregon
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Lincoln Beach, Oregon
Lincoln Beach, Oregon, a community in Lincoln County, Oregon,
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Airport Road
Airport Road, Siletz Bay State Airport, a public airport located southeast of Gleneden Beach in Lincoln County, Oregon,
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Westin Salishan Golf Links
Westin Salishan Golf Links, Gleneden Beach, Oregon, a community in Lincoln County, Oregon. It is located on the Oregon Coast just south of the Salishan Spa and Golf Resort, along USA Highway #101.
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Keys PI
Keys PI, Siletz Bay National Wildlife Refuge, a U.S. National Wildlife Refuge on Oregon's coast. Red-tailed Hawks and Bald Eagles are often visible roosting on these snags. Abundant Great Blue Heron and Great Egret live nearby. The refuge is located on Siletz Bay, in northern Lincoln County, immediately south of Lincoln City where the Siletz River enters the bay.
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Kernville, Oregon
Junction State Route #229, Kernville, Oregon, a community in Lincoln County, Oregon, located near the entry point of Siletz River into the Siletz Bay. The Old Kernville, Oregon, nearby is a ghost town.
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Nelscott Reef
Nelscott Reef, an ocean reef near Lincoln City, Oregon, The reef is the home of the Nelscott Reef Tow-In Classic. Nelscott Reef is the only spot on the Oregon coast to consistently produce double overhead waves,
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Devils Lake Road
Devils Lake Road, Factory Stores at Lincoln City, Devils Lake State Park, Devils Lake, Sand Point Park, This Road travels along the eastern shore of the Devils Lake, in Lincoln City, Oregon
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Lincoln City, Oregon
Lincoln City, Oregon, a city in Lincoln County, Oregon, The D River, a river in Lincoln City, Oregon. Proclaimed the "shortest river in the world" by the State of Oregon, it was earlier listed in the Guinness World Records as the world's shortest river. D River Wayside State Park, Devils Lake, a small lake in Lincoln County, Oregon, along the Oregon Coast.
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Roads End, Oregon
NE Logan Road, Roads End, Oregon, a community located north of Lincoln City, in Lincoln County, Oregon. Chinook Winds Casino and convention center , a Native American casino located in Lincoln City, Oregon. The casino's amenities include a 227-room hotel, a large gaming are on two floors, two restaurants, arcade, day-care services, live entertainment, a golf course and other special events. Roads End State Beach Wayside, located north of here on the Pacific Coast of Oregon.
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Lakeside Golf and Racquet Club
Lakeside Golf and Racquet Club, Neotsu Drive, Devils Lake Road, Community of Neotsu, Oregon,
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Junction
Junction State Route #18/Salmon River Highway, Rose Lodge, Oregon, a community in Lincoln County, Oregon, H. B. Van Duzer Forest State Scenic Corridor, a 12-mile-long scenic driving route along State Route #18 in Lincoln, Tillamook, and Polk counties in Oregon that passes through a forested corridor.
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Slab Creek Road
Slab Creek Road, Old Scenic Highway #101, Community of Otis, Oregon
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Neskowin, Oregon
Neskowin, Oregon, a community in Tillamook County, Oregon, near where Slab Creek empties into the Pacific Ocean. Neskowin Beach State Wayside, Proposal Rock, Oregon, an island off the coast of Oregon, near the city of Neskowin, Oregon.
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Winema Beach, Oregon
Winema Road, Community of Winema Beach, Oregon, Little Nestucca River,
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Christiansen Road
Christiansen Road, Redberg Road, Nestucca Bay, a small S-shaped inlet of the Pacific Ocean located in northwest Oregon. The Nestucca and Little Nestucca rivers enter the bay here from the east. Community of Oretown, Oregon is located nearby.
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Pacific City, Oregon
Brooten Road, Pacific City, Oregon, a community in Tillamook County, Oregon, Bob Straub State Park, a state park in Pacific City, Tillamook County, Oregon. The park encompasses the Nestucca Sand Spit and lies between the Pacific Ocean on its west and Nestucca River on the east.
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Resort Drive
Resort Drive, Ferry Road, Woods, Oregon, a community in Tillamook County, Oregon,
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Cloverdale, Oregon
Old Woods Road, Cloverdale, Oregon, a community in Tillamook County, Oregon,
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Hebo, Oregon
Junction Three Rivers Highway/State Highway #22, Hebo, Oregon, a community in Tillamook County, Oregon. Castle Rock, Oregon, a community in Tillamook County, Oregon, located within the Siuslaw National Forest on Oregon Route #22 near Three Rivers.
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Beaver, Oregon
Blaine Road, Bunn Creek Road, Beaver, Oregon, a community in Tillamook County, Oregon, Nearby Touristic attration: Munson Creek Falls, the tallest waterfall in the Oregon Coast Range, is located in the Munson Creek State Natural Site.
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Hemlock, Oregon
Blanchard Road, Community of Hemlock, Oregon,
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Sandlake Road
Sandlake Road, Cape Lookout Road,
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Munson Creek Road
Munson Creek Road, Munson Creek Falls State Park, Community of Pleasant Valley, Oregon, Munson Creek Falls, the tallest waterfall in the Oregon Coast Range, is located in the Munson Creek State Natural Site, which lies within Munson Creek Falls State Park.
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Tillamook Airport
Airport Road, Tillamook Airport, a public airport located south of Tillamook in Tillamook County, Oregon. Tillamook Air Museum, is an aviation museum located south of Tillamook, Oregon at Tillamook Airport. Tillamook Air Museum has one of the country's top private World War II aircraft collections in its exhibits.
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Tillamook, Oregon
Tillamook, Oregon, a city in Tillamook County, Oregon, The city is located on the southeast end of Tillamook Bay on the Pacific Ocean. The Tillamook River is a river, emptying into the Pacific Ocean at Tillamook Bay.
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Latimer Road
Latimer Road, Wilson River Bridge, a bridge near Tillamook, Oregon, This Bridge carries the USA Highway #101 across the Wilson River. Bay Breeze Golf Course and Driving Range,
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Idaville, Oregon
Idaville Road, Idaville, Oregon, Alderbrook Golf Course,
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Bay City, Oregon
Bay City, Oregon, a city in Tillamook County, Oregon,
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Viewpoint
A Viewpoint on the Tillamook Bay along the USA Highway #101,
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Miami River Road
Miami River Road, Miami River, The Miami River, a short coastal river, located on the coast of northwest Oregon, drains a mountainous timber-producing region of the Northern Oregon Coast Range west of Portland into Pacific Ocean.
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Garibaldi, Oregon
Garibaldi, Oregon, a city in Tillamook County, Oregon,
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Barview, Oregon
Barview, Oregon, a community in Tillamook County, Oregon, Barview Jetty County Park, located west of Barview, Oregon, on the Pacific Coast, is operating year-round, providing numerous camping and RV sites.
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Twin Rocks, Oregon
Twin Rocks, Oregon, a community in Tillamook County, Oregon, on the Oregon Coast. Twin Rocks, Oregon, was once a summer resort community in Twin Rocks area, a two 100-foot high rocks located offshore.
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Rockaway Beach, Oregon
Rockaway Beach, Oregon, a city in Tillamook County, Oregon, Rockaway Beach State Park, Rockaway Beach State Wayside,
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Manhattan Beach, Oregon
Lake Boulevard, Crescent Lake, Community of Manhattan Beach, Oregon, Manhattan Beach State Wayside,
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Nedonna Beach
Community of Nedonna Beach, Oregon
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Brighton, Oregon
Community of Brighton, Oregon, located on Nehalem Bay, a bay formed by the confluence of the Nehalem River into the Pacific Ocean
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Wheeler, Oregon
Wheeler, Oregon, a city in Tillamook County, Oregon,
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Junction
Junction State Highway #53/Necanicum Highway, Community of Mohler, Oregon,
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Nehalem, Oregon
Nehalem, Oregon, a city in Tillamook County, Oregon, located on the Nehalem River at Nehalem Bay of the Pacific Ocean.
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Manzanita, Oregon
Manzanita, Oregon, a coastal city in Tillamook County, Oregon,
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Nehalem Road
Nehalem Road, Community of Neakahnie Beach, Oregon,
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Oswald West State Park
Oswald West State Park, a State Park located along USA Highway #101 on Pacific Coast of Oregon. Neahkahnie Mountain, a mountain on the Oregon Coast, north of Manzanita located in Oswald West State Park.
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Oswald West State Park
Oswald West State Park, located south of the city of Cannon Beach, Oregon on the Pacific Ocean. This State Park has a unique walk-in access. The campsites are situated in stands of old growth Sitka Spruce. The park has many miles of hiking trails both inside the park grounds and linking to other parks and landmarks beyond. The state park also contains Neahkahnie Mountain, Short Sand Beach, Short Sand Creek, Necarney Creek, Cape Falcon, Smugglers Cove and the Oregon Coast Trail.
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Viewpoint
A Viewpoint/ Rest Area, on the USA Highway #101, in Oswald West State Park, along the Oregon Coast.
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Arch Cape, Oregon
Hug Point, a headland on the northern Oregon Coast, in Oregon. The headland extends into the ocean at high tide. Hug Point State Recreation Site, Hug Point State Park, is the area and the beaches surrounding the point along the USA Highway #101.
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Turks Road
Arcadia Beach State Recreation Site, a beach and state park on the Oregon Coast located south of Cannon Beach, Oregon. Under the right conditions, one may hear the "singing sands"?a squeaking or violin-like noise.
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Tolavana Park
Tolavana Park, Oregon located on the USA Highway #101 along the Oregon Coast.
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Cannon Beach
Cannon Beach, Oregon, a city in Clatsop County, Oregon located on USA Highway #101 along the Pacific Coast of Oregon. Haystack Rock, a 235-foot tall monolith or sea stack on the Oregon coast, is the third-tallest such structure in the world. A popular tourist destination, the rock is adjacent to the beach and accessible by foot during low tide.
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Tollavana Beach State Wayside
East 2nd Street, to, Tollavana Beach State Wayside, located in Cannon Beach, Oregon.
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Cannon Beach Trail
Cannon Beach Trail, to Ecola State Park, on the Pacific Coast of Oregon
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Feldenheimer Forest Preserve
Feldenheimer Forest Preserve, Tillamook Head, a high promontory on the Pacific coast of northwest Oregon, located in Clatsop County. The promontory forms a steep rocky bluff on the ocean, forested with Sitka Spruce. It is located in Ecola State Park.
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Junction
Junction USA Highway #26,
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Ripper Road
Ripper Road, Feldenheimer Forest Reserve, Seaside Reservoir is located north of here along the USA Highway #101,
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Seaside, Oregon
Seaside, Oregon, a city in Clatsop County, Oregon, The city earned its name from from a summer resort built in 1870s. Seaside, Oregon is a popular tourist destination for residents of Portland, Oregon Area.
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Lewis and Clark Road
Lewis and Clark Road, Neawanna Station, Oregon, a community located at the confluence of Necanicum River with the Pacific Ocean, south of Seaside Municipal Airport, a public airport in Clatsop County, Oregon.
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Gearhart, Oregon
Gearhart, Oregon, a city in Clatsop County, Oregon,
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Highlands Lane
Highlands Lane, Del Rey Beach State Park, located on the Oregon Coast. Community of Butterfield, Oregon, located south of here on USA Highway #101,
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Cullaby Lake Lane
Cullaby Lake Lane, Cullaby Lake, a lake located along the USA Highway #101, in Cullaby Lake County Park,
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Sunset Beach, Oregon
Sunset Beach Lane, Community of Sunset Beach, Oregon, located in Clatsop County, Oregon. It is northernmost access point to the resort community of Surf Pines, Oregon, and provides motor vehicle beach access.
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Clastop Staion, Oregon
Community of Clastop Station, Oregon.
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Junction
Junction Warrenton Astoria Highway, Astoria Regional Airport, a public airport located southwest of the city of Astoria, Oregon in Clatsop County, Oregon. The Lewis and Clark River Bridge, a bascule bridge that spans the Lewis and Clark River on USA Highway #101 in Clatsop County, Oregon.
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East Harbor Street
East Harbor Street, Warrenton, Oregon, a city in Clatsop County, Oregon, located on the Skipanon River, a tributary of the Columbia River.
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Youngs Bay
Youngs Bay, Oregon, The Youngs River, a tributary of the Columbia River, This is where Pacific Coast Scenic Byway terminates.