Florence

  • Deadwood Covered Bridge

    Florence, Oregon 97439

    The architectural elements of Deadwood Bridge are quite unique. Flooring was installed on a slant so that traffic rounding the corner onto the bridge would travel more safely. Other elements include false end beams, semi-elliptical portal arches with trim, and large openings along the west elevation. The cost to build the bridge totaled $4,814, and it became a part of the state's secondary road system.

  • Divine Decadence

    1297 Bay St
    Florence, Oregon 97439
    541-997-1700
  • Driftwood II Campground

    Florence, Oregon 97439
    541-271-3611
  • Ellenburgs Antiques

    549 Hwy 101
    Florence, Oregon 97439
    541-997-6430
  • Florence Area Chamber of Commerce Visitor Center

    290 Hwy 101
    Florence, Oregon 97439
    (541) 997-3128

    Florence is “Oregon’s Coastal Playground!” An award-winning destination for outdoor adventure, romantic getaways, family vacations, arts and culture, connecting with nature, or building and growing a business. Florence has recently been named “Second-Best Small Town in the Northwest” and “Second-Best Small Town In America for Adventure” by USA Today; one of TripAdvisor’s Top-25 Family Weekend Getaways With Kids, Expedia’s Most Beautiful Town, one of the “8 Coolest Cities You Must Experience Yourself” by Flights.com, and The Oregonian/OregonLive.com Reader’s Choice for Best Coastal Getaway. We couldn’t agree more. Experience the area yourself, and make Florence your coastal playground!

  • Florence Events Center

    715 Quince St
    Florence, Oregon 97439
    (541) 997-1994

    Florence boasts a rare combination of scenery, cuisine and culture and the Florence Events Center is in the middle of it all! This 21,000 square foot facility annually hosts events ranging from ballet to blues and everything in between. The Events Center is home to the Last Resort Players theatre company and the Seacoast Entertainment Association's annual concert series. FEC also hosts three outstanding annual events: the Florence Festival of Books in September; the Celebrate Arts juried art show in November; and the Winter Folk Festival in January. Contact the Event Center to host your next event or private party. Planning something outdoors, or off site? No problem, the Event Center has a full rental inventory available to throw a world-class party or wedding including catering!

  • Florence Visitor Information - Eugene, Cascades & Coast

    Florence, Oregon 97439
    800-547-5445

    Eugene, Cascades & Coast... Real Adventures. Real Close. Located on the central Oregon coast at the mouth of the Siuslaw River, Florence offers visitors the opportunity to experience all of the region's variety in one visit. From fresh water lakes to miles of sand dunes and world-class landmarks, Florence is a favorite destination for visitors across the globe.

  • Funky Monkey Toys

    1312 Bay St
    Florence, Oregon 97439
    (541) 997-7342
  • Heceta Head Lighthouse

    Hwy 101 S
    Florence, Oregon 97439

    Named after Don Bruno de Heceta, a Spanish explorer, Heceta Head lighthouse is located north of Florence. This 56-foot tower was first lit in 1894. This lighthouse is 205 feet above the ocean and the light sits at the top of the 56' tower illuminated in 1894. A half-mile hike will lead visitors to this lighthouse, in addition to seabird nesting sites and nearby Bed and Breakfasts located in the assistant keeper's home. The short 1/2 mile hike to the top of the lighthouse from the parking lot is well worth the effort. The spectacular view makes it a great place to share a kiss or for a picnic. Open daily, May-September and Friday-Monday during March, April and October for tours.

  • Heceta Head Lighthouse State Scenic Viewpoint

    Hwy 101 S
    Florence, Oregon 97439

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