TIME AFTER TIME.
Oh, dear, is it really that time of year already? The front lawn has turned a crispy brown, the inflatable pool has gone flat, the kids are back in school and there’s that pesky day on this month’s calendar that reads “First Day of Autumn”! It’s almost enough to take the bloom off your rose. Well, not quite. Because summer’s still in full swing here on The People’s Coast, and there’s still plenty of time to have the time of your life!
Take a walk on the wild side at Newport’s Wild Seafood Weekend, where you can hobnob with local fishermen, purchase fresh seafood right on the dock, take a harbor cruise and enjoy a Wild Seafood cook-off and brunch. Thinking about fish and chips? You’re in luck! The Mill Casino’s Mill Luck Salmon Celebration in North Bend features an authentic open-pit salmon bake; Native American dancers, drummers and storytellers; bay-front canoe rides and, of course, the usual games of skill and chance. How about that?
There’s also a 56th Annual Depoe Bay Salmon Bake, loads of local color at the 65th Bandon Cranberry Festival and community barbecue in Bandon, a Cruzin’ for Crab festival with classic car show in Waldport and a Giant Kite Show in Lincoln City if you’re looking for even more ways to lift your spirits.
This month Lincoln City is the place to be for a truly diverse range of activities. There’s the annual Sprint Triathlon competition, the Celebration of Honor for our heroes in the armed forces, the super hero-themed Iris Pride Festival, the Hispanic Heritage Month celebration, the Surf City Classic Car Show, a silent kite auction, the Circus Model Builders Annual Convention and a heaping helping of hands-on cooking courses, from the Culinary Center at Lincoln City, ranging from fall harvest canning and tomato preserving to authentic Mexican street food and mushroom risotto.
That may sound like a summer plateful, but take a look at what Newport has on the menu this month. It will definitely make you hungry for more! For starters, there’s the month-long, community-wide birthday bash for the Yaquina Bay Bridge 75th Celebration, with a 1930’s style community picnic, live music, photo and coloring contests, face painting, walking tours and a Rogue Ales bottle release party. You can also gather with friends and family in Newport for The Gathering, longboard surfing competition, an annual celebration of “sun, suds and surf.” Cheers!
Looking for a little summer romance? Then things are definitely looking up for you on The People’s Coast! Try Florence for a helicopter sunset tour and dinner for two or a leisurely stroll through the rare plant sanctuary at Darlingtonia Wayside. The 5000 blossoming flowers at Shore Acres State Park in Charleston and the labyrinth garden at Merritt Lavender Farm in Bandon are also certain to put the bloom back on your rose.
Think the grass is always greener on the other side of the fence? You might just be on the wrong side of the fence. The greens at Sunset Bay Golf Course in Charleston and Watson Ranch Golf in Coos Bay offer unique and challenging courses in majestic natural settings that will suit you to a tee.
And, as it turns out, it’s actually pretty easy to be green. The annual SOLV Beach and Riverside Cleanup gives thousands of volunteers a chance to pitch in to maintain the natural beauty of The People’s Coast. You can even reward yourself with a stay at two Green Hotels Association partner facilities, the Inn at Wecoma or Coho Oceanfront Lodge in Lincoln City.
Enjoy the majestic beauty of The People’s Coast first-hand on a self-guided tour complete with a cornucopia of picnic supplies available with the Three Capes Escape Package at Inn at Cape Kiwanda in Pacific City. How about a guided tour of a working forest in Coos Bay, a big bite of the famous fudge at Big Wheel General Store in Bandon or a culinary adventure at The Chef’s Table in Coos Bay? Hungry for more? We’ve got more!
It may be back-to-school time, but there’s still time to experience a coastal adventure designed specifically for grandparents and their grandchildren at Surfsand Resort in Cannon Beach. Your family can enjoy more beach time with the Stay and Play package at MicroTel Inn & Suites in Seaside or settle in for an extended stay with fully equipped kitchens and easy beach access at Edgewater Cottages in Waldport.
The whole family can celebrate the dog days of summer with the pet-friendly packages available at Shore Pines Vacation Rentals and Inn at Cape Kiwanda in Pacific City. You know you’re all just itchin’ to go for a nice W-A-L-K on the B-E-A-C-H.
So don’t let the summer slip away. Clear your calendar and transport yourself to The People’s Coast. You’ll have the time of your life!
ENCHANTED TO MEET YOU.
Our Mile by Mile Guide has everything you’ll need to plan for and enjoy your own outstanding “Adventurecation” on The People’s Coast. Secluded hiking trails! Spectacular vistas! Unique accommodations! Remember: It’s free for the asking, and we’d be delighted to show you a good time any time of year.
Bridging the Gap for 75 Years Celebration- Aquarium Village in Newport
Join the Aquarium Village and celebrate the Yaquina Bay Bridge 75th Anniversary. Live music, vendors, face painting, Beer garden & more! The festivities begin at 11:00am
September 3, 2011
For more information call 541-961-2296
The Mill-Luck Salmon Celebration in North Bend
Celebrate Native American and Coquille Tribal culture with a traditional salmon bake prepared in the time-honored Coquille open-pit manner. The celebration features Native American storytellers, drummers and dancers; bay-front canoe rides and races; traditional games for children and hands-on cultural demonstrations.
September 3 & 4, 2011
For more information visit www.themillcasino.com/entertainment/specialevents.cfm
Yaquina Bay Bridge 75th Celebration Kick-off & Rogue Ales bottle Release Party in Newport
Rogue Brewery will unveil a commemorative label at a Bottle Release Party at the Rouge Public House on the Bayfront in Newport at 5:30pm.
September 6, 2011
65th Bandon Cranberry Festival in Bandon
Every September Bandon honors the industry that has made it the “Cranberry Capital of Oregon.” At harvest time the bogs are brilliant crimson with ripe berries and turning leaves, with a bevy of mechanical harvesters and hip-booted helpers wading the fields. More than 175 growers in Coos and Curry County harvest 40 million pounds of the tart red fruit each year, approximately 1/3 of the total West Coast crop. The Festival fun includes the high school football Cranberry Bowl, a parade with Cranberry King or Queen, craft booths, a barbecue thrown by the local Lions Club, live music – everything visitors hope for in a charming small-town festival. Some farms offer free tours of the bogs from June through October.
September 9-11, 2011
For more information visit www.bandoncranberryfest.com or www.portorfordoregon.com/bogtour.html
Newport Wild Seafood Weekend in Newport
Celebrate the Northwest’s vital wild-caught seafood industry with the men and women who make it thrive and sustainable; hard working fishermen and small family businesses harvesting our seafood. The jam-packed weekend includes the Wild Fish Walk & Seafood Public Market where the public can buy directly from the fishermen at the docks; Wild Seafood Cooking School; and the Great Newport Wild Seafood Cook-Off, one of the most popular culinary competitions in the Northwest. Sunday’s Wild Brunch offers a delicious wild seafood dining experience on the Bayfront overlooking Newport’s diverse fishing fleet. You can also enjoy Wild Harbor Cruises, and 50 food and craft vendors selling fishing-themed gifts, art, clothing, books and tasty local food and drink.
Newport’s Historic Bayfront – Port Dock 7
September 10 & 11, 2011
For more information visit www.newportfishermenswives.com/2011_newport_wild_seafood_weekend
The Gathering 9th Annual Longboard Classic in Newport
The contest will begin at 8:00 am on both Saturday and Sunday. Check-in is being held at the Rogue Brewery from 6:00 -8:00 pm on Friday evening, September 10th. Registration for this year’s contest is already underway with a limited amount of spots. It will be a larger Gathering of the Tribes so be sure to register quickly. There will be no beach entries. Deadline for registration is August 31st.
Rogue will be on the beach serving refreshments during the contest both days. Sun, suds and surf, along with games and activities for all. During the contest there will be raffle tickets for sale for a custom made Long board to be raffled on Sunday during the awards ceremony. There will again be hand made trophies, six awards each category.
September 10th – 11th, 2011
For more information visit www.rogue.com/events/The-Gathering.php or call 541-961-0142
Lincoln City’s 21st Annual Sprint Triathlon in Lincoln City
Lincoln City’s 21st Annual Sprint Triathlon at Regatta Park at 8:30AM. Triathlon begins with a .75k swim in Devils Lake, a 15.5 mile bike ride around Devils Lake and 5K run on city streets. Call
for registration information and more details.
September 11, 2011
For more information call 541-994-2131
Iris Pride Festival in Lincoln City
Iris Pride Festival – Lincoln City’s Annual Gay Pride Event with super hero-themed events throughout Lincoln City.
September 16 – 18, 2011
For more information visit www.oregoncoast.org or call 800-452-2151
SOLV Beach and Riverside Cleanup on the Oregon Coast
The annual Fall Beach Cleanup has been expanded into the SOLV Beach and Riverside Cleanup. The 2011 cleanup will include river and waterway cleanup projects, in addition to the Oregon coast beach cleanup projects. Many thousands of volunteers will clean up the beaches from the California border to the Columbia River – and work on shores of rivers, creeks, lakes and other waterways throughout Oregon to improve the quality of water that we use for drinking, recreation, agriculture and more.
September 17, 2011
For more information visit www.solv.org/programs/fall_beach_cleanup.asp
Surf City Classic Car Show at Chinook Winds Casino Resort in Lincoln City
Surf City Classic Car Show at Chinook Winds Casino Resort. Show includes beer and wine garden, live music, food, and fun.
September 17 – 18, 2011
For more information call 888-CHINOOK
56th Annual Depoe Bay Salmon Bake in Depoe Bay
Celebrate Oregon’s Fall salmon run with a succulent salmon feast, traditional dance and music at Depoe Bay’s Salmon Bake. Over 2,000 pounds of salmon is slow roasted to perfection on alder stakes, just as the Native Americans did 2,000 years ago at the Depoe Bay City Park.
September 17, 2011
For more information visit www.depoebaychamber.org/events2.aspx?ID=17
Annual car show 10:00 am – 4:00 pm with prizes! Fresh crab; poker walk through town; food booths/BBQ; 50/50 drawing; many unique vendors at the Waldport Community Center, 265 NW Hemlock, on Hwy. 34 just 3 blocks east of the stop light on Hwy. 101, next to the Fire Station. Follow the crab signs! For car show & vendor inquiries, contact Lou Piette.
September 24, 2011
For more information visit www.waldport-chamber.com or call 541-563-2133 or 541-270-0230
Back to the Bridge Night in Newport
A night featuring the Art & Projects of Newport Schools, students celebrating the 75th Anniversary of the Yaquina Bay Bridge. Starts at 6:30 pm at Newport City Hall located at 169 SW Coast Hwy, Newport, Oregon 97365.
September 29, 2011
Featured Things to Do on The People’s Coast
Oregon Coast Farmers’ Markets 2011
Oregon Coast Farmer’s Markets are going strong, offering fresh organic produce, local artisans, crafts, baked goods and more. Visit our website for a complete Farmers Market Directory of the Oregon Coast!
Giant Kite Show in Lincoln City
Giant Kite Show at D-River Wayside State Park featuring Barry & Susan Tislow from 11:00 am – 5:00pm, weather and ocean conditions permitting. Every Saturday & Sunday in September, weather permitting.
September 3 – 25, 2011
For more information call 541-994-1004
Circus Model Builders 75th Annual National Convention in Lincoln City
2011 Circus Model Builders 75th Annual National Convention at the Lincoln City Cultural Center from 10:00 am – 5:00 pm daily. Free.
September 14 – 18, 2011
For more information call 541-994-9994
Hispanic Heritage Month in Lincoln City
Celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month in Lincoln City! The citywide celebration will feature films, live dance performances, live music and art exhibits.
September 15 – October 15, 2011
For more information visit www.oregoncoast.org or call 541-996-1274 or 800-452-2151
Celebration of Honor in Lincoln City
Celebration of Honor is a community-wide celebration to honor veterans of the armed forces, active duty personnel and their families.
September 21 – 25, 2011
For more information call 888-CHINOOK
Silent Kite Art Auction in Lincoln City
Silent Kite Art Auction at Lincoln City Cultural Center. A portion of the proceeds will benefit the Cultural Center. Hours: Monday – Saturday, 10:00 am – 4:00pm.
September 23 – October 9, 2011
For more information call 541-994-9994
September at The Culinary Center in Lincoln City
September 8, 2011
Peach Galette Demo
Peach Galette Demo Class from 2:00 – 3:00 pm Cost: $20, includes wine pairing and $5 coupon towards regular class.
September 9, 2011
Hands on Fall Harvest Canning
Hands on Fall Harvest Canning class at the Culinary Center in Lincoln City from 1:00 – 4:00 pm. Cost: $50.
September 10, 2011
Grandparent’s Hands-on Tamale Class
Grandparent’s Hands-on Tamale Class from 10:00 am – 1:00 pm. Cost: $50, includes meal (1 – 2 grandchildren free).
Hands-on Tomato Preserving
Hands-on Tomato Preserving class from 1:00 – 4:00 pm. Cost: $50.
September 15, 2011
Fresh Pasta & Tomatoes Demo
Fresh Pasta & Tomatoes Demo class from 2:00 – 3:00 pm. Cost: $20, includes wine pairing.
September 17, 2011
Hands-on Mexican Street Food
Hands-on Mexican Street Food class from 11:00 am – 2:00 pm. Cost: $50, includes meal and beer.
September 22, 2011
Tamales & Corn Salsa Demo
Tamales & Corn Salsa Demo class from 2:00 – 3:00 pm. Cost: $20, includes wine pairing and $5 coupon towards regular class.
September 29, 2011
Mushroom Risotto Demo
Mushroom Risotto Demo class from 2:00 – 3:00 pm. Cost: $20, includes wine pairing and $5 coupon towards regular class.
For more information or to register contact, Chef Sharon Wiest.
For more information visit www.oregoncoast.org/culinary or call 541-557-1125 or 800-452-2151
Yaquina Bay Bridge 75th Celebration
September 3rd – October 2nd, 2011
Save the date to celebrate! The Yaquina Bay Bridge turns 75 this year!
The Yaquina Bay Bridge was designed by prolific architect Conde McCullough and completed in 1936. The Community of Newport invites you to celebrate the 75th Birthday of the Yaquina Bay Bridge all month long! Join in the month-long celebration beginning Labor Day weekend. Special programs, historic walking tours, a photo and coloring contests & a commemorative label release from Rouge Brewery are already in the works; all leading up to a 1930′s style Community Picnic, on Sunday, October 2, 2011. There will be a Bridge walk, Re-dedication Ceremony, 1930′s Classic Car promenade, live music, food, vendor booths and more! Come be a part of History in the Making!
Yaquina Bay Bridge Photo Contest in Newport
Do you have photographs of Yaquina Bay Bridge: old or new, black and white or color? The Lincoln County Historical Society is sponsoring a photo contest in conjunction with the 75th anniversary of the opening of Yaquina Bay Bridge in Newport. The Historical Society maintains a collection of thousands of photographs and will add the winning photographs to its collection for the public and historians to use for years to come. For more information call, or e-mail [email protected]
September 5 – October 2, 2011
For more information call 541-265-7509
Yaquina Bay Bridge 75th Celebration Displays in Newport
Yaquina Bay Brdge75th Celebration Displays will be located at Newport’s City Hall, located at 169 SW Coast Hwy and Log Cabin Musuem located at 545 SW 9th. For more information call 541-265-7509, or e-mail [email protected]
September 5 – October 2, 2011
Jazz at Newport in Newport
The Jazz at Newport Festival is in it’s 8th year of bringing great jazz and jazz lovers together on the beautiful Oregon coast! Don’t miss out on this event that features the Jeff Hamilton Trio, Hassan Shakur, Kristin Korb, Terell Stafford, PDX Jazz Quintet, David Valdez, Monty Alexander & many more!
September 30 – October 2, 2011
For more information visit www.jazzatnewport.org or call 541-265-2787 or 888-701-7123
Helicopter Sunset Tour & Dinner For Two in Florence
If you want the ultimate romantic gift this is it! You and your special someone can take a sunset helicopter tour of the Oregon Coast with ApexHeli and have dinner, wine and dessert for two at the Waterfront Depot of Restobar 1285. This is a once in a lifetime experience. There is only one sunset tour per night. One week in advance book recommended. Call or visit ApexHeli online.
Expires October 1, 2011
For more information visit www.apexheli.com or call 541-997-3270
Working Forest Tours in Coos Bay
Spend a day in the woods with a Forester! Guided tour through a working forest with a professional forester. Bring your kids and your questions. Info and sign up at Coos Bay Visitor Center. Tours leave from the Visitor Center at 50 Central Ave, Coos Bay.
Wednesdays: 1:00 pm – 4:30 pm
July – September, 2011
For more information call 541-269-0215
The Chef’s Table at Oregon Coast Culinary Institute in Coos Bay
OCCI offers wonderful culinary lunch & dinners as part of their externship program. Creative & tastefully prepared, these future chefs delight diners every Friday at Noon and 6pm. Lunch is 3 courses for just $20 per person or two for $30. Dinner is 4 courses for $25.
For more information visit www.occi.net/programs/chefstable.shtml or call 541-888-1540
Big Wheel General Store in Bandon
The Big Wheel General Store is home to Bandon’s Famous Fudge Factory. Come enjoy a special treat while you browse antiques and wander through our Driftwood Museum and Gallery. We also have Bandon’s best selection of T-shirts, sweatshirts, myrtlewood gifts, local jams & jellies, cranberry gifts and novelties.
All year long
For more information visit www.bandon.com or call 541-347-3719
Darlingtonia Wayside in Florence
Oregon’s only rare plant sanctuary is located six miles north of Florence on Highway 101, this delightful wooded park is home to the Darlingtonia Californica, better known as the Pitcher Plant or Cobra Lily. (Allow 30 minutes)
Merritt Lavender Farm in Bandon
Awaken your senses by visiting the “Lavender Lady” and discover a charming coastal oasis. Indulge in beautiful lavender gifts to pamper yourself and stroll through the lavender labyrinth garden.
Open daily June – September from 11:00 am to 4:00 pm. Off season guided tours available.
For more information visit www.lavenderladyfarm.com or call 541-347-7190
Shore Acres State Park in Charleston
Perched on a scenic bluff above the Pacific Ocean, Shore Acres began as a private estate of timber baron Louis Simpson. Since then the plantings at Shore Acres have been designed to take advantage of the area’s mild climate. They have created a “garden for all seasons” – with showy “peaks” of different kinds of flowers every time of the year. 5000 flowering annuals/perennials are in bloom, May through September.
For more information visit http://www.shoreacres.net or call 541-888-3732
Sunset Bay Golf Course in Charleston
This professionally designed par 36 course is over 3,000 yards and majestically wanders through a natural valley setting. We are family friendly and welcome everyone to enjoy a relaxed game of golf. The Pro shop is open from 8:00 am to 6:30 pm every day and power carts and club rental are available. Groups and tournaments are welcome, call for arrangements. We are located 3 miles south of Charleston adjoining the Sunset Bay State Park and close to the campgrounds.
For more information visit http://www.sunsetbaygolf.com or call 541-888-9301
Watson Ranch Golf in Coos Bay
Play 18 unique holes in a natural forested and wetlands setting. This Par 72 course is open to the public with golf pro and driving range. (Formerly Coos Country Club) Nine new holes were added in 1998.
Open year round
For more information visit www.watsonranchgolf.com or call 541-267-6313 or 541-267-7257
Featured Places to Stay on The People’s Coast
Microtel Inn & Suites – Stay and Play for Half a Day in Seaside
Microtel can help your family enjoy more time at the beach with our Stay and Play for ½ a Day service. Extend your checkout time to 3:00 and gain time to enjoy the beach on your day of departure. After the beach come back, clean up, and refresh with our 24/7 coffee, juice and tea service before checking out. Fees for Stay and Play for ½ a Day vary and availability is limited, so please check with our Guest Service Associate upon check-in. We are 8 blocks from the beach, so close enough to walk but far enough to keep your rates reasonable!
For more information visit www.seasidemicrotel.com or call 503-738-8971
Surfsand Resort – Grand Trippin’ Package in Cannon Beach
The Surfsand Resort, located along Oregon’s stunning coastline in Cannon Beach, created the Grand Trippin’ package just for grandparents and their grandchildren to share in a coastal adventure that’s sure to create an unforgettable experience for all. The package includes: Two nights lodging at the Surfsand Resort, early check-in & all meals at the Wayfarer Restaurant. A Beach bucket filled with shovel, goggles and maps of Cannon Beach, the History Center tour map and tide schedule. A balloon bouquet and VIP welcome note from Taffy the Puffin. A personal baking and cupcake decorating class with Wayfarer pastry chef. A kite from Pinky’s Kite Factory in Cannon Beach & Wayfarer Restaurant picnic lunch. Ecola State Park day pass and map. Cannon Beach Book Company, Bruce’s Candy Kitchen and Geppetto’s Toy Shoppe gift certificates. The price of the package varies depending on the season and add-ons.
For more information visit www.surfsand.com or call 503-436-2274
Inn at Cape Kiwanda – Three Capes Escape Package in Pacific City
If this is your first visit to the Oregon Coast and you’re anxious to see some of the gorgeous sights the coast has to offer, we have a delightful “3 Capes Escape” package just for you. Enjoy at your leisure a self-guided scenic “tour to remember” featuring the north Oregon Coast’s gorgeous 3 Capes: Cape Kiwanda, Cape Lookout and Cape Meares. This package includes: 2 nights lodging, a sturdy canvas bag filled with picnic supplies galore: Tillamook Cheese, sausage, fresh fruit, salt water taffy, wine glasses and your choice of Oregon Pinot Noir, Oregon Chardonnay, champagne, sparkling cider or two Pelican beers. Also included is a tour brochure complete with maps and highlights you won’t want to miss. There is so much to see and explore that you just might want to stay another night to take it all in!
Available Sunday – Thursday, advanced reservations required.
For more information visit www.YourLittleBeachTown.com or call 888-965-7001
Inn at Cape Kiwanda – “Calling all Canines” Package in Pacific City
Why not treat your favorite 4-legged friend to a trip to the beach. The “Calling all Canine” package includes a sand bucket filled with healthy treats, tennis ball and Frisbee for a game of catch, pet toys and a bandana to tie around your neck. Dogs love the beach, whether they are chasing seagulls, playing in the surf or digging holes in the sand. We provide a warm water pet wash for sandy fur & paws, beach towel to dry off with, fleece blanket to nap on and doggie treats for all pets who visit the Inn. We treat our pets like members of the family – because they are!
Available year round!
For more information visit www.innatcapekiwanda.com or call 888-965-7001
Shore Pine Vacation Rentals – Man’s Best Friend Weekend Package in Pacific City
Over 20 pet friendly vacation homes make our cozy beach neighborhood safe for all creatures. Enjoy our best friend’s package which includes an amazing gift basket for both Owner and Dog containing treats, toys, mugs, cocoa and more. Take a quick drive through scenic highway 101 and browse the local “Paws in the Sand” beach store with your $25.00 gift card. Call or reserve online today!
For more information visit www.shorepinerentals.com or call 877-549-2632
The Coho Oceanfront Lodge in Lincoln City
During the recent renovation of the Coho Oceanfront Lodge in Lincoln City, sustainability was a priority when considering the future for the property. In partnership with the Green Hotels Association, The Coho has committed to being a “Green” hotel by implementing eco-friendly amenities throughout the property, bringing the hotel to the Leadership Level of the Lincoln City Sea Star Program.
For more information visit www.thecoholodge.com
or call 541-994-3684
Inn at Wecoma in Lincoln City
The Inn at Wecoma is committed to do our part and make a small difference in making this a better, greener planet. In partnership with the Green Hotels Associations, the Inn at Wecoma has committed to being a “Green” hotel in a variety of ways. Our concierge is also pleased to recommend a variety of hiking trails to our guests. The Inn at Wecoma is conveniently located in the heart of beautiful Lincoln City on the central Oregon Coast. We are six blocks east of pristine sandy beaches, in the northern section of the town that was once known as Wecoma ( means “big waves”, in the native language of the Siletz Indians).
Available for booking 24hrs a day
For more information visit www.innatwecoma.com or call 541-994-2984 or 1-800-452-8981
Edgewater Cottages in Waldport
Enjoy September sunsets right from your own ocean front cottage after a long walk on nearly 8 miles of sandy beach. In the evening enjoy a movie or curl up with a good book in front of the fireplace (firewood provided!) Pet friendly, non-smoking cottages each with a fully equipped kitchen, sundeck, excellent ocean view and easy beach access; perfect for a romantic getaway, or a family vacation. Located on the central Oregon Coast, milepost 158.3 between Yachats and Waldport and within easy access to the Oregon Dunes Recreation area, horse back riding, Hatfield Marine Science Center, Oregon Coast Aquarium, crabbing, fishing and kayaking in Alsea Bay, and many hiking trails, tide pools and agate beach to explore. Our family (3 generations) has owned and operated Edgewater Cottages since 1962 and we’d love to share it with you. Call Cathy for availability and reservation assistance.
Enjoy the weekly discount through September, a savings of $147.00 to approximately $217.00 depending on cottage
For more information visit www.edgewatercottages.com or call 541-563-2240