Florence Things to Do

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  • 1. sea lion caves

    We had read about this and wanted to stop and see it as we drove down the coast on highway 101 or 1. We stayed about 30 minutes. Lots of sea lions .. be prepared its ... well there is a odor .... sea...

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  • 2. We booked our activity through Sand Dunes Frontier

    We booked our activity through Sand Dunes Frontier. They have experienced tour guides and drivers. We love our driver because he knows which part to stop in the...

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  • 3. Sea Lion Caves

    We were a little leery of coming here, as it is a pretty garish tourist site, but we wanted to see some sea lions close up and decided to brave the scene...Glad...

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  • 4. Just 60 miles West of Eugene

    Just 60 miles West of Eugene, Florence offers one of a kind attractions, outdoor activities, unique festivals, exciting events and spectacular sceneryExperience...

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  • 5. Siuslaw Pioneer Museum

    Displays relics and historical information featuring the Siuslaw River and its pioneers. Home life, farming, fishing, lumbering and transportation are shown in...

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  • 6. Florence Dunes

    The beaches in the Florence area, and extending to the south are expansive and allow for all the great beach activities, including just playing in the sand or...

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  • 7. Where the forest meets sand & sea III

    Something moves which isn't thereyou turn to look but it's gone, it's goneWas it ever really thereYet it touches youSoftly touches youAnd then it begins...

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  • 8. Sea Lion Info

    The accessibility to the caves is done by entering the gift shop from the street level. You will need to buy a ticket to get to the cliff face and elevator. The...

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  • 9. Views from the Sea Lion Caves

    The accessibility to the caves is done by entering the gift shop from the street level. You will need to buy a ticket to get to the cliff face and elevator. The...

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  • 10. Sea Lion Cave

    The accessibility to the caves is done by entering the gift shop from the street level. You will need to buy a ticket to get to the cliff face and elevator. The...

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  • 11. LAKE CREEK/NELSON MOUNTAIN BRIDGE

    Found just off OR 36 roughly halfway between the Coast and the Willamette Valley, this bridge – like the nearby Deadwood Creek Bridge – boasts upper and lower...

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  • 12. DEADWOOD CREEK BRIDGE

    This little gem is hidden deep in the mountains and forests of the Coast Range. Most people – Oregonians included – know little about the mountains that...

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  • 13. WILDCAT BRIDGE (AUSTA)

    This bridge is a bit removed from Florence, located about halfway between Eugene and Florence just off the main highway OR 126. The Wildcat Bridge dates to 1925...

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  • 14. Camping in the dunes

    We stayed at the Horsfalls Campground, just across the bay from Coos Bay. It was a lovely, peaceful campground with wonderfully large campsites. Free firewood...

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  • 15. Umpqua Beach Lighthouse

    Another of the old historic lighthouses along highway 101. This one is a little smaller than the first one we looked at.This state park had a lovely campground...

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  • 16. Sand Dunes

    There are many camping spots along the dunes, but be forewarned, most of them are party central! For some reason partiers love coming out to the dunes to camp,...

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  • 17. Heceta Head Lighthouse

    There are many old lighthouses along the Oregon coast and Heceta Head is the most widely photographed of them all. There is a state park here where you can...

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  • 18. Darlingtonia Californi Botanical Garden

    Darlingtonia State Natural Site (18 acres) is a state park and botanical preserve located five miles north of Florence, Oregon, United States on U.S. Route 101,...

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  • 19. If you enjoy light houses

    If you enjoy light houses, the Heceta Head Lighthouse can be seen from the Sea Lion Cave look out point. This lighthouse is perched high above Devil's Elbow...

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  • 20. Sea Lion Cave is a MUST!!!

    If you appreciate seeing wildlife in their natural habitats, then Sea Lion Cave is a MUST! This is the only place on the North American continent where Steller...

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  • 21. Heceta Head Lighthouse Tour

    From the top of the tower you can view the lens which in total is 205 feet (62 m) above the water and is said to be the most powerful light along the Oregon...

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  • 22. Heceta Head Lighthouse

    The lighthouse is located atop a 150 (45 m) foot bluff which allows the tower of the lighthouse to be relatively short at just 56 feet (17 m). It was completed...

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  • 23. Historic Cape Creek Bridge

    This historical bridge was built in 1932 and has connected Florence with the northern cities along the coast ever since. The bridge was designed by Conde...

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  • 24. riding in the dunes

    Oregon Dunes is a one of a kind place to ride your quads or sand rails and dune buggies. If you are passing through on Hwy 101 this is a must see. Stop at of...

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  • 25. riding in the dunes

    Oregon Dunes is a one of a kind place to ride your quads or sand rails and dune buggies. If you are passing through on Hwy 101 this is a must see. Stop at of...

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