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We took the 38 from the 5 to the coast on 10/02; it is a 2-lane road with numerous passing zones. A couple of locations, close to Reedsport are under construction with flaggers, creating delays of no more than 15 minutes. It is a picturesque...More
Route 38 connected us from I-5 to the Pacific Coast Highway in Oregon. The new Oregon Visitor Center gave us a map and the suggestion to cross at Route 38. We enjoyed the way the highway threads alone the Umpqua River with scenic byways, creeks,...More
My son lives in Elkton , Oregon and we took a trip to Reedsport on this road . It is very beautiful and lots to look at . You can even stop at a Elk Viewing Parking Lot that is free to the public ....More
Some residents are probably tired of the tourist driving slow on this road but what a view. The river follows the road almost the whole way through. amazing little stops on the way. Go put your feet in the water. amazing.
This highway has everything.It has an elk reserve,follows the Umpqua River,farms and wild animals,we saw mostly wild turkeys.There are many cool stops along the way and some really cool waterfalls along the highway.It was a very easy relaxing drive.
Can’t wait to travel this way...More
We started in Reedsport. The street, named Oregon Route 38 had lots of wooden monuments, as well lots of gorgeous flowers.
We drove slowly, taking it all in. I had never seen so many wooden statues. Wow! What a friendly town!
We continued our drive...More
Discover a woodcutter with chainsaw in hand, a store dedicated to every imaginable chair, stroll the streets, dine at local restaurants, window shop local establishments, be graciously received from some of the finest folk you'll ever encounter. Yes, this route holds great viewing and engaging...More