The Siuslaw River stretches for about 110 miles along the Pacific Coast of Oregon and passes through the Siuslaw National Forest. Historically, the river valley has been one of the productive timber regions in Oregon. The river has also been a spawning ground for both Chinook and Coho salmon.

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Beach Review of Siuslaw River

Away Travel Expert: Christine Loomis
BeachExpert Rating 3.0 out of 5 Recommended for:
Scuba Diving,Windsurfing
BeachExpert Tips & Helpful Hints
  • Windsurfers not quite ready for the ocean can tackle the Siuslaw—wave to your friends as you blow past Bay Street.
  • Divers come to the mouth of the river to scope out marine life and fresh crabs and clams for dinner (check fishing regulations first with local authorities).
In many ways the town is defined by the Siuslaw River and its entry into the Pacific. The city's historic Old Town sits on the banks of the Siuslaw where visitors stroll, watch local artisans, or hop aboard an old-fashioned sternwheeler for a scenic excursion.

Florence, Oregon

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Telephone Number: 541-997-3128
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