Siuslaw National Forest

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Jo Ann C
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Beautiful
Jul 2021
So much to see…Alesia Falls, Cape Perpetua, Alsea Bay and all the beautiful trees and plants. There are many paths and waysides to visit.
Written October 22, 2021
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DoloresJacoby.Let’sTravel.98368
West Palm Beach, FL9,968 contributions
Highway 101 Cape Perpetual Scenic Area
Sep 2019 • Friends
This is a magnificent part of the Oregon coastal area. It was Captain James Cook that first discovered this area. Be sure to stop in at the Visitor’s Center, get your national parks passport stamp, gather maps and trail area routes. I found that invaluable. The beach has several .4 mile loops around Thor’s Well, Cook’s Chasm, Spouting Horn, Cape Cove Beach and Devil’s Churn. But be sure to get thee to the forest as well! It’s magnificent. Camping as well.
Written September 25, 2019
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SoCalOregonian
Murrieta, CA9,514 contributions
OUTSTANDING OUTDOOR EXPERIENCE
Sep 2017 • Couples
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 fishing, hiking, camping, hunting, hiking and ocean areas located here. Well worth the stop when driving the 101 in either direction.
Written September 26, 2017
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Tonya M
Eugene, OR21 contributions
Great places to hike and enjoy the forest
Aug 2016 • Couples
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 berries on the hill across from us. I always feel better after spending a day in the forest
Written January 19, 2017
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Lavarcham
London, UK3,472 contributions
Wonderful coast and forest
Jun 2016 • Couples
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 to ourselves and we stopped at several places to gaze and absorb. From Cape Perpetua past Captain Cook Point to Muriel O Ponsier Wayside, over Cape Creek Bridge to Rock Creek Wilderness where we looked across to Devil’s Elbow. It was a fabulous drive on a beautiful day.
Written October 7, 2016
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msbecca444
Albany, OR102 contributions
Mary's Peak is the highlight of the Valley
Aug 2016 • Friends
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 the sights.
Written August 25, 2016
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Deitra K
Tallahassee, FL39 contributions
Camping in Siuslaw
Jun 2016 • Couples
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 the water. Great road lots of curves. Close to Mary's Peak.
Written August 6, 2016
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KathyPTC
Georgia147 contributions
Don't miss this national forest!
Jun 2016 • Couples
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. We were so glad we also made it out to Spouting Horn to catch the "ocean geyser" and take fantastic pictures. LOVED this stop as part of our Oregon explorations!
Written June 27, 2016
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DBH20
Corvallis, OR28 contributions
Beautiful national forest - Visit Cape Perpetua
Feb 2016 • Friends
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 to hike in an old growth forest or hike down to the water to watch the waves in the Devil's Churn. If the weather is beautiful the hikes are fun and if the re is a storm the Devil's Churn gets pretty exciting. The visitor's Center is always worth taking in and the guided hikes are interesting. Just plan on enough time to take it all in at a leisurely pace.
Written May 26, 2016
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urban_girlie
San Francisco, CA433 contributions
Our week in Oregon....
Aug 2015 • Family
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!)
Written January 1, 2016
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