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Siuslaw National Forest

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This National Forest is located along the Central Oregon coast and encompasses the area from... read more

Reviewed September 26, 2017
SoCalOregonian
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Murrieta, California
Great places to hike and enjoy the forest

I highly recommend everyone go to the forest and check out the wildlife, Hiking trails, and views... read more

Reviewed January 19, 2017
Tonya M
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Eugene, Oregon
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Reviewed September 26, 2017

This National Forest is located along the Central Oregon coast and encompasses the area from Reedsport north to just south of Newport. Located within this forest is the Cape Perpetua Scenic area that is, in my opinion, the crown jewel in this NF. There is...More

Date of experience: September 2017
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Reviewed January 19, 2017

I highly recommend everyone go to the forest and check out the wildlife, Hiking trails, and views. My husband and I get some snacks and head to the forest and we have found trails we didn't know about and we saw a black bear eating...More

Date of experience: August 2016
Thank Tonya M
Reviewed October 7, 2016

We drove through this wonderful part of the Pacific Coast on our road trip south from Seattle to San Francisco. The road mostly hugs the coastline occasionally plunging inward into woods emerging again to the coast and absolutely stunning views. We had the road virtually...More

Date of experience: June 2016
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Reviewed August 25, 2016

Just a beautiful place to visit and such a close drive from the Coast or the Valley. You can see as far as the eye can see on a clear day. This is a great place to go hiking, relax, picnic or just take in...More

Date of experience: August 2016
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Reviewed August 6, 2016

Found a wonderful campground in the National Forest called Blackberry Campground. Can not say enough about the friendliness of the campground host. Dry camping with Vault toilets. Firewood available on site . Boat ramp to the Alsea River. Great place to take a dip in...More

Date of experience: June 2016
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Reviewed June 27, 2016

We had such a wonderful time hiking and exploring in this national forest. It was so lush and green that we could not help ourselves....we kept stopping to take so many pictures. Plus, it was not crowded at all and it all was very serene....More

Date of experience: June 2016
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Reviewed May 26, 2016

The Siuslaw is a great example of a coast range forest with a whole range of great places to visit but make sure as part of the visit you include Cape Perpetua just south of Yachats and the Devils Churn. This is a beautiful area...More

Date of experience: February 2016
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Reviewed December 31, 2015 via mobile

Enjoyed our week in Oregon in our 5th wheel RV and a stop at the Siuslaw National Forest. Beautiful views/hikes and temps in the upper 60's (compared to Portland near 90 at the time!)

Date of experience: August 2015
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Reviewed September 22, 2015

We enjoyed our time in the Siuslaw Forest. The forest extends from Tillamook to Coos Bay along the Oregon Pacific Ocean Coast. We liked the differences in forest as it extends from lush to less lush as one gets closer to the Oregon dunes area....More

Date of experience: September 2015
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Reviewed March 29, 2015

Yea this is my second home so treat her well if you go. Very steep hills and lots of logging roads and the occasional critter.

Date of experience: March 2015
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Marcia E
January 22, 2017|
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Response from Lavarcham | Reviewed this property |
Sorry can't help with that except to suggest check the location website.
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July 19, 2016|
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Response from Tonya M | Reviewed this property |
I have lived hear all my life and I have never heard of any shuttle service in the Siuslaw National Forest.
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Rafael K
Hadera, Israel
R.V trip Oregon to California (7 Replies)
Hi, recommendation needed for r.v campgrounds all the way from Siuslaw National Forest to Umpqua National Forest - Crater Lake - Lava Beds Park - Lassen Volcanic Park- San Francisco - Yosemite Park and finely Los Angeles. We prefer national forests and state parks which are not too crowded and still open at this time of the year. We begin our trip on Oct 5th 2016 in Seattle and ending it in Los Angles three weeks later. The R.V length is 30 ft. It’s my second r.v trip to the US with my...More
May 11, 2016|
Response fromVancouverite67|
I'm pretty sure you should book Yosemite first! So far as I know, it books up 12 months in advance, although October might be easier to arrange. Once you have dates for Yosemite, you can adjust the schedule around those dates.
cincymom5
cincinnati, ohio
Need an itinerary - Staying in a house for 1 wk (2 Replies)
Please help in an itinerary for our stay in Lincoln City for 1 week. Would like to take a day trip to Columbia River Gorge ... a day at the Siuslaw National Forest, vineyard tour/tasting - need recommendations. We have a large group: My husband 5 kids and their significant others. Thanks so much for the help!
June 12, 2015|
Response fromphirl|
Gorge is a 2 plus hour trip from LC. Maybe you can see it after you arrive in Portland. Maybe spend a night before going to LC. McMinnville and wine country is more doable day trip. Though that too could be seen on way to LC. You sound like the perfect group to go separate ways for different interests. Particularly if house is near beach. Any youngsters? They might enjoy dune buggy ride on Oreg Dunes at Florence. Plan at least a day in Newport, lots of things to do there. Marine Science...More
David2222
CA
Planning a trip from SFO to Sand dunes in Oregon (1 Replies)
Hi Everybody, Sorry if this has been answered somewhere . I searched for info but would definetly appreciate help from you guys. Myself and husband planning a trip from SFO along 101 to some place in oregon which has sand dunes. My husband is more concerned about the beach,the scenery and wants a relaxed trip. I want the same + want to look at the sand dunes too. We just have 5 days not much. We are not in a rush to see any place this trip is more for relaxation. Based on...More
July 02, 2007|
Response fromhalf-Brit|
Hi DV, First off..... I have done the SF/Eureka 101 drive many a time in years past, and always figured on about 5-6 hours to Eureka. From Eureka to the Oregon border (Brookings) it is about 2 hours, then on to Florence in about 3 hours more. That is driving about 60 or a bit above when possible. Oregon 101 is sometimes quite curvy, very bumpy on the south coast, and winds through many towns where one must slow down. That would be an extremely looong day! On to the dunes ..... the Dunes...More