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Find Adventure on the Southern Oregon Coast

Start your quest for adventure on the playground of the South Coast. Zoom through rolling sand dunes on a dune buggy ride, speed along on an ATV or shred the sandy slopes on a human-powered sandboard. Explore remote beaches, hidden wildlife refuges and the animated port towns at the mouths of scenic coastal rivers. No matter what kind of adventure you seek, you’ll find it on the Southern Oregon Coast.

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Stories from the People’s Coast

  1. Stop Here for Fun from Southern Oregon to the Coast

    Posted by OCVA

      Driving to the South Coast from Roseburg and other cities along I-5 means you get to travel on Oregon Route 42, which leads to Bandon, or Oregon Route 38, which leads to Reedsport. This latter 66-mile corridor, also known as the Umpqua River Scenic Byway, is unendingly scenic, nestled between the dense Coast range forests and alongside the clear-flowing Umpqua River. Both routes are…

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  2. Ultimate South Coast Road Trip

    Posted by OCVA

    It’s Oregon Coast road trip time! You may have heard of the rugged cliffs, secret coves and forested sea stacks along the remote stretch of shoreline here on the South Coast, but haven’t been able to swing a visit. Don’t despair — a road trip along these 134 glorious miles from Reedsport to Brookings is easy, with enough inspiration. Here are some of those sites…

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  3. Must-Do Spring Adventures on the South Coast

    Posted by OCVA

    There’s no traffic or crowds at this beach-lovers’ paradise on the Wild Rivers Coast — about 80 miles south of Coos Bay and 30 miles from Oregon’s southern border. Just rugged, wide-open coastline and breathtaking beauty. In the spring, there’s also plenty of bling: Hundreds of glass floats and hand-painted rocks dot the coastline through April 30, during Gold Beach’s annual glass float treasure hunt.…

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