Florence, OR, USA

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Florence, OR, USA

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Coastal Homes in Florence, Oregon

This is a picturesque destination surrounded by water, forests, and mountains. Accommodations are steps from the beach with awe-inspiring ocean views. Coastal homes have loads of features with hot tubs and gourmet grills on expansive decks. Fireplaces and vaulted ceilings dress the interiors with conveniences such as washers and dryers, Wi-Fi, and cable television.

Explore Siuslaw National Forest

There are a select few national forests that have a coastal and mountain ecosystem. The Siuslaw National Forest has glorious waterfalls and geological finds in its eastern spaces. On the coast, sprawling sand dunes flow from just north of Yachats to Glasgow in the south. This is an arborist’s wonderland with Sitka spruce on the coast and Hemlock and Douglas fir in the west. Western red cedar, red alder, and big leaf maple are more exquisite natural jewels. Trips to the Cummins, Drift, or Rock Creek Wilderness areas will expose older trees of each species. Water features are filled with waterfalls that flow in and out of four major rivers including the Siuslaw and Umpqua.

Indulge in Nature’s Habitats

Florence sits in the midst of the ocean, mountains, and forests. Getaways to this location are overflowing with whale watching, tree and bird cataloguing, and hiking. Sand dunes showcase beaches on the Pacific Ocean, while fishing and more hiking draw tourists inland.

  • Oregon Dunes National Recreation Area: This ecosystem travels along 40 miles of the Oregon coast. It has white sands melding with the turquoise Pacific Ocean. Dunes as high as 500 feet above sea level yield hours of outdoor activities with off-roading dune buggies, horseback riding, hiking, and more. Campgrounds are found among the wetlands and numerous beaches.
  • Sulphur Springs: Spend time in the warm natural spring waters of the Willamette Valley near Reedsport. Sulphur Springs and Baker Creek Trails fill the area with scenic hiking and mountain bike trails. The former is a short route filled with myriad access to the various mineral springs. The latter can accommodate horseback rides as well. A plethora of picnic tables dart the landscape providing an opportunity to grab a bite while enjoying all this space has to offer.
  • Dune City: Year-round bird migration in this city by the ocean is a daily activity. Examples of species that call this area home include the bald eagle, great blue heron, red-tailed hawk, mallard, osprey, and several species of egrets. This is also an ideal destination to start a chase list of rare birds. Do not forget to bring your best set of binoculars and journal.

Pristine Fishing

Anglers can take their pick of the type of excursions to enjoy. There is deep sea fishing for tuna, rock fish, or halibut off the coast of Coos Bay. For those who want to stay on the bay each season offers a different species to catch. Chinook runs through the summer followed by Salmon and Coho in the early winter. The winter steel-head is available from December until March. Fly-fishing trips on the rivers or in lakes yield more salmon and steel-head


The Weather in Florence

There is quite a bit of rain in this region of the country with a mild climate year-round. A minimal amount of snow falls with less than an inch annually. The ocean keeps the summer thermometers under 70 degrees, while winters drop it to the upper 30s.

Transportation to Florence

Private cars and RVs with horse trailers are a popular way to reach Florence. Flights from nearby Portland International or Eugene Airport are heavily travelled gateways to the area. All major rental companies are available at each one with cars to use during the vacation. The summer is idyllic for motorcycle getaways as well.

Attractions In and Around Florence

First time in Florence and looking for places to see? Local attractions include Sandland Adventures. Don’t miss landmarks such as Suislaw River Bridge and Heceta Head Lighthouse. If some outdoor time is on the agenda, experience the natural beauty of South Jetty County Park, Jessie M. Honeyman State Park and Darlingtonia State Natural Site.

Discover Siltcoos Lake, Sea Lion Caves or Hobbit Trail while exploring the city during your stay. Other places to visit in town include Siuslaw Pioneer Museum, Old Town and Sandpines Golf Course.