National Forest

The Siuslaw National Forest ( sy-EW-slaw) is a national forest in western Oregon in the United States. Established in 1908, the Siuslaw is made up of a wide variety of ecosystems, ranging from coastal forests to sand dunes.
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The Siuslaw National Forest's Cape Perpetua Scenic Area is one of the jewels of …
Oregon Dunes National Recreation Area contains 40 miles of Oregon's Pacific coas…
On good weather days, the short trails leading down to the rugged, rocky shores …
PLEASE NOTE: Dogs are not permitted on this trail even on leash. You may have se…
Panoramic Views of the Salmon River Meeting the Pacific
Atop the grassy summit of the Cascade Head is a great place to sit and take in the many sights of the Oregon Coast: the meandering Salmon River, the smooth sandy beaches, the rugged basalt headlands, and of course the ocean. It is accessible year-round via an easy-to-moderate 2 mile hike from the…
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The Horse Creek Trail today reaches Drift Creek via two disjunct sections that d…
This beautiful hike down a slope of Coast Range old-growth offers a glimpse into…
Gem of Cape Perpetua
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