One of the best kept secrets in the Oregon golf world is this nine-hole track in Reedsport, Oregon.
The course is open to the public and offers all the amenities including pro shop, grass practice range, golf cars, locker rooms, restaurant and bar. Playing at about 3200 yards, you might think this will be an easy test of golf, but don’t forget you’re at sea level, so the ball won’t travel quite as far as those high desert courses.
Forest Hills was built in 1964 by International Paper and while the mill is gone, the course remains a tremendously playable asset to Reedsport and the South Central Oregon Coast.
Famed for their little Ole Opry performances, you won’t want to miss any musical performance at this charming theatre. LIttle Old Opry performances take place in December and the Summer months, and fantastic musical theatre in the remaining months.
This isolated lighthouse holds at least four Oregon records: it is the oldest continually operating light, the most westerly, it has the highest focal plane above the sea, (256 feet), and Oregon’s first woman keeper, Mabel E. Bretherton signed on...