Exploring


Exploring Recommendations

North Coast

North Coast Exploring

  • Astoria, Fort Clatsop National Park
    Fort Clatsop National Park

    Fort Clatsop National Park

    (503) 861-2471
    92343 Fort Clatsop Rd
    Astoria, OR 97103
    http://www.nps.gov/lewi/index.htm

    See a replica of Fort Clatsop, with an interpretive center offering an exhibit hall, gift shop and two educational films. The center features ranger-led programs, costumed rangers in the fort and trailheads for the Fort To Sea Trail and Netul River Trail and a picnic area.

  • Astoria Shallon Winery
    Shallon Winery

    Shallon Winery

    503-325-5978
    1598 Duane Street
    Astoria, OR 97103
    http://shallon.com/

    “The winemaker at Shallon Winery is Paul van der Veldt. He is also the owner and the host. It is he that most times would greet you, show you the winery, serve you tastes of the current wines, interrogate you as to your occupations, discuss dining at length within a fifty mile radius, and possibly offend you if your questions or comments provoke a curmudgeonly philosophical response.

  • Astoria Heritage Museum
    Heritage Museum

    Heritage Museum

    503-325-2203
    16th and Exchange
    Astoria, OR 97103
    http://www.cumtux.org

    Features permanent exhibits interpreting Clatsop County’s history, including natural history, geology, Native American artifacts, early immigrants and settlers of the region, and important nautical events. The building contains over 10,000 cataloged historic photographs

  • Astoria Goonies
    Goonies

    Goonies

    503-325-6311
    732 Duane Street
    Astoria, OR 97103
    http://love-and-adventure.com/goonies-tour-of-astoria-or/

    The Goonies is a favorite movie from the 80s and many of its scenes were filmed in and around Astoria. We see many fans of the film visiting our community each week, some making the journey just to see the “goondocks” themselves and others adding it on to a trip to the Northwest or Astoria.

  • Astoria Flavel House Museum
    Flavel House Museum

    Flavel House Museum

    (503) 325-2203
    441 8th St
    Astoria, OR 97103
    http://www.cumtux.org/default.asp?pageid=35&deptid=1

    A historic 1885 Queen Anne Style Victorian Home and period furnishings enable visitors to imagine life at the turn of the last century, with hipped roof, balconies, verandas and three-story tower,all restored to original form

  • Astoria Columbia River Maritime Museum
    Columbia River Maritime Museum

    Columbia River Maritime Museum

    (503) 325-2323
    1792 Marine Drive
    Astoria, OR 97103
    http://www.crmm.org

    The Museum specializes in maritime artifacts from the Columbia River and the Pacific Northwest with a collection that has grown to more than 30,000 objects, 20,000 photographs, and a 10,000-volume research library – making it one of the foremost repositories of Pacific Northwest maritime artifacts in the country. Rotating exhibits and programs geard for adults and children. 1792 Marine Drive, Astoria, OR 97103. (503) 325-2323.

  • Astoria-Megler Bridge
    Astoria-Megler Bridge

    Astoria-Megler Bridge

    Across the Mouth of the Columbia
    Astoria, OR 97103
    http://columbiariverimages.com/Regions/Places/astoria_megler_bridge.htmlThe Astoria-Megler Bridge, which was formally dedicated August 27, 1966, stretches 4.1 miles from Astoria, Oregon, across the mouth of the Columbia River, to Point Ellice, Washington. Its construction was an impressive feat. The bridge’s main span is 1,232 feet in length, the longest “continuous truss” in the nation.

  • Astoria Column
    Astoria Column

    Astoria Column

    503-325-2963
    2199 Coxcomb Drive
    Astoria, OR 97103
    http://www.astoriacolumn.org/

    In a wooded park and towering above Astoria, Oregon’s highest hill, the Astoria Column presents a spectacular view of the city and surrounding rivers, bay, forest, mountains and Pacific Ocean. The first words of most visitors are, “Oh, Wow!” The Astoria Column commemorates the westward sweep of discovery and migration. Built in 1926, it is 125 feet high and has 164 steps winding to the top

  • Warrenton, Fort Stevens State Park
    Fort Stevens State Park

    Fort Stevens State Park

    (503) 861-1671
    100 Peter Iredale Rd, Hammond
    Warrenton, OR 97121
    http://www.oregonstateparks.org/park_179.php

    4,200 acres, offering exploration of history, nature, camping, beachcombing, wildlife viewing (among other recreational opportunities), plus an historic shipwreck and vintage military facility make Fort Stevens a uniquely diversified place. Nine miles of bicycle trails and six miles of hiking trails allow you to explore the park through forests, wetlands, dunes, and shore pines.

  • Gearhart, Del Rey Beach State Recreation Site
    Del Rey Beach State Recreation Site
    Del Rey Beach State Recreation Site

    (503) 861-3170
    4500 Fairway Dr S
    Gearhart, OR 97146
    http://www.oregonstateparks.org/park_177.php

    No fees, and just 2 miles north of Gearhart, where the ocean is a short walk from the parking area. Offering picnicking and beach activities including walking on the beach, beach fishing, biking and kite flying. A horseback riding concessionaire is active in the park with beach rides available.

  • Seaside Aquarium
    Seaside Aquarium

    Seaside Aquarium

    (503) 738-6211
    200 North Prom
    Seaside, OR 97138
    http://www.seasideaquarium.com

    Established in 1937, Seaside Aquarium is privately-owned and one of the oldest aquariums on the West Coast. Feed seals. Explore all sorts of sealife up close. Young or old, you’ll discover plenty to fathom at Seaside Aquarium

  • Manzanita Bikes & Boards
    Manzanita Bikes & Boards

    Manzanita Bikes & Boards

    503-368-3337
    170 Laneda Avenue
    Manzanita, OR 97130
    https://plus.google.com/110217300620341062336/about?gl=us&hl=en

    The focus of our business is fun cycle rentals and bike rentals. We have a retail store with boogie boards, skim boards and bike related items, beach toys, kites, and other miscellaneous merchandise. We sell foot wear and head wear, sunglasses, and watches. Our rentals can be rented by the hour, day or week to fit into your vacation plans.ber services, all designed to make your shopping experience a pleasurable one.

  • Nehalem, Russ Morrow’s Sport-fishing Guide Service
    Russ Morrow's Sport-fishing Guide Service

    Russ Morrow’s Sport-fishing Guide Service

    503-310-9733
    http://www.fishwithruss.com

     

    Get ready for a great day of fishing! Book your next fishing adventure with professional guide Russ Morrow. With many years of guiding throughout Oregon’s rivers and Pacific Coast, Russ will put you in the right place at the right time for a fishing experience you’ll never forget! Whether you’re an experienced fisherman (or fisherwoman!), or have never fished before, Russ will make sure you have a fun day on the water.

    $5.00 OFF Regular Fare. Click Here

  • Nehalem, Oswald West State Park
    Oswald West State Park
    Oswald West State Park

    800-452-5687
    http://www.oregonstateparks.org/index.cfm?do=parkPage.dsp_parkPage&parkId=142

    Situated among a sea of shore pines, the campground borders rolling dunes that separate the campground from the beach.  A walk over the dunes and you’re at the beach building sand castles, flying a kite or relaxing to the sound of the ocean.  Beach-combing can produce special rewards – treasures that include agates, shells, and occasionally glass floats.  End the day with a sun set over the ocean in the shadow of Neah-kah-

  • Nehalem Bay State Park
    Nehalem Bay State Park
    Nehalem Bay State Park

    800-452-5687
    http://www.oregonstateparks.org/park_201.php

    $5 daily day-use fee or buy a 12-month permit for $30 or a 24-month permit for $50. These 1- and 2-year permits are good at all state park day-use areas. 265 electrical sites (maximum site 60 feet); 18 yurts (two yurts are now pet friendly to dogs and cats); horse camp (17 sites with corrals); hiker/biker camp; fly-in camp adjacent to airstrip

  • Wheeler Kayaking
    Kayaking
    Kayaking

    503-368-5858
    580 Marine Highway 101
    Wheeler, OR 97147
    http://www.wheeleronthebay.com/oregon-coast-kayaking.html

    The Oregon Coast offer some of the most accessible kayaking of any area in the country and Wheeler on the Bay offers the perfect launch point or destination for your kayaking adventure. Listen to bird songs, the splash of a fish, watch great bald eagles & turkey vultures soar overhead. Catch sight of the Coast Deer and Roosevelt Elk as they feed. Call for current kayak rental pricing and special lodging kayaking packages. Can’t stay but still want to Kayak by the hour or day, call 503-368-5780.

  • Wheeler Hiking!
    Hiking!
    Hiking!

    Marine Drive
    Wheeler, OR 97147
    http://ci.wheeler.or.us/?page_id=250An excellent selection of hiking trails through tall trees, along creeks and with stunning coastal views. Pacific Coast trail, Trail to the top of Neahkahnie mountain, Trails through Oswald West State Park to Short Sands beach, Continuing along the coastline to Falcon Cove (Cape Falcon Trail). Along miles of beach through Nehalem State Park and to the beach village of Manzanita. Trails at Nehalem Point.

  • Garibaldi, Oregon Coast Scenic Railroad
    Oregon Coast Scenic Railroad
    Oregon Coast Scenic Railroad

    855-842-7972
    http://www.ocsr.net

    The Oregon Coast Scenic Railroad is a non-profit museum group that runs antique steam trains between Garibaldi and Wheeler during the tourist season. The goal has been to keep these pieces of history available for the public to learn from and to appreciate. Daytime excursions from Rockaway leave at 1 p.m. on weekends from June through September. Coast excursions are 90-minute round trips. Dinner trains are a three hour round-trip from Garibaldi to Wheeler with views of Tillamook Bay, the Pacific Ocean and Nehalem Bay. The menu varies from trip to trip, so check out the OCSR website for details.

  • Garibaldi Museum
    Garibaldi Museum
    Garibaldi Museum

    503-322-8411
    112 Garibaldi Avenue
    Garibaldi, OR 97118
    http://garibaldimuseum.org/

    The museum preserves the maritime heritage of the Pacific Northwest by collecting information concerning Captain Robert Gray and his historical vessels, the Lady Washington and the Columbia Rediviva. The museum displays the 18th century sailing world by telling the story of Captain Robert Gray and the trade with native Americans of the Pacific Northwest. Among the museum displays are models of the Columbia and Lady Washington, an eight foot tall reproduction of the Columbia’s figurehead, a half model of the Columbia showing how the ship was provisioned for the long voyage, as well as reproductions of the clothing of the seafarers and musical instruments.

  • Tillamook Forest Center
    Tillamook Forest Center
    Tillamook Forest Center

    503-815-6800
    45500 Wilson River Highway
    Tillamook, OR 97141
    http://www.tillamookforestcenter.org/

    This impressive and sustainably-built center is the largest forest-based learning center in the region. Learn about sustainable forest management, the devastating Tillamook Burn, and the reforestation efforts that have taken place since. Climb the Tillamook Forest Center’s 40-foot-tall replica of a forest fire watchtower, step out on the 250-foot-long pedestrian suspension bridge, or enjoy hiking the nearby forest and riverside trails. FREE for all to enjoy, though donations are appreciated. Daytime RV parking is available. And Don’t forget The Cheese…

  • Tillamook Air Museum
    Tillamook Air Museum
    Tillamook Air Museum

    503-842-1130
    6030 Hangar Road
    Tillamook, OR 97141
    http://www.tillamookair.com/

    See one of America’s finest collections of over 30 magnificently restored military aircraft including the P-38 Lightning, F4U-Corsair, P51-Mustang, PBY Catalina, and SBD Dauntless dive bomber. Explore an exhibit hall with rare wartime and aviation artifacts! Have lunch at the café. Shop in the gift shop. It is all housed in a rare World War II Blimp Hangar…the largest wooden structure in the world!

  • Tillamook, Cape Meares State Scenic Viewpoint
    Cape Meares State Scenic Viewpoint
    Cape Meares State Scenic Viewpoint

    800-551-6949
    http://www.oregonstateparks.org/park_181.php

    A must-see stop when driving the Three Capes Scenic route, Cape Meares State Scenic Viewpoint is situated on a headland 200 feet above the ocean. Cape Lookout and Cape Kiwanda are the other two capes on this route. Cape Meares provides an excellent view of the large colonies of nesting seabirds. Bald eagles and a peregrine falcon have also been known to nest near here.

  • Tillamook, Cape Meares Lighthouse
    Cape Meares Lighthouse
    Cape Meares Lighthouse

    503-842-3182
    http://www.capemeareslighthouse.org/

    10 miles west of Tillamook and U.S. Hwy 101 this lighthouse stands 217 feet above the ocean and at 38-foot it is the shortest on the Oregon coast. Located near Three Capes Scenic Loop, Cape Meares was constructed in 1888. Visitors can take various trails to reach the lighthouse, as well as viewing areas with Stellar Sea Lions and various seabirds.

Central

Central Exploring

  • Pacific City Twist Wine Company
    Twist Wine Company

    Twist Wine Company

    503-965-6887
    6425 Pacific Avenue
    Pacific City, OR 97135
    https://www.facebook.com/pages/Twist-Wine-Company/315387019007

    Under our Stumbling Block label we make wines that are so smooth to drink you might just stumble a block or two…starting with our Stumbling Block Merlot. Cutting our teeth on Merlot in Napa, we were saddened by its treatment in a certain wine studded movie. This is our version of a classic wine. We also make a Red and White Table Wine with lots of fruitiness and a hint of sweetness.

  • Pacific City Neskowin Beach State Recreation Site
    Neskowin Beach State Recreation Site

    Neskowin Beach State Recreation Site

    800-551-6949
    http://www.oregonstateparks.org/park_223.php

    The long beach and Cascade headland are delightfully pristine. In the town of Neskowin, you’ll find a general store, a restaurant and two golf courses amid the posh cottages. A bit north, you can canoe and kayak on the relatively undeveloped estuary of Nestucca Bay. The Cascade Head bike trail is conveniently close. Walk the Cascade Head Trail which skirts Neskowin and passes through magnificent stands of spruce and ocean views.
    There is no fee to use this park. First come, first served.

  • Pacific City Bob Straub State Park
    Bob Straub State Park

    Bob Straub State Park

    800-551-6949
    http://www.oregonstateparks.org/park_183.php

    This park is located in Pacific City and provides beach access, parking, and restrooms. It’s a nice place to go for a walk on the beach and explore the Nestucca sand spit. The Nestucca River is legendary for 50 pound chinook salmon. There is no fee to use this park. First come, first served.

  • Lincoln City Culinary Center
    Culinary Center in Lincoln City
    Culinary Center in Lincoln City

    541-557-1125
    http://www.oregoncoast.org/culinary/classes-events/

    The Culinary Center in Lincoln City is a great place to explore your culinary side. From cook-offs to classes there’s something to fit everyone’s experience level. Our classes offer a wide array of subjects and cuisines. In a demonstration class it’s your job to sit back, relax, and enjoy the wonderful food and wine while you learn from a pro. Or dive right into one of our hands-on classes…from pasta-making to fish cookery, dim sum, tamales, pizza, sushi, and even pickling and canning our Oregon harvest in the summer and fall.

  • Depoe Bay Whale Watching and/or Deep Sea Fishing
    Whale Watching and/or Deep Sea Fishing
    Whale Watching and/or Deep Sea Fishing

    541-921-1730
    270 Coast Guard Place
    Depoe Bay, OR 97341
    http://www.depoebaychamber.org/directory.php?cat=27,28

    Considering that Depoe Bay is the “world’s smallest natural harbor” it’s pretty surprising to find that the Depoe Bay Chamber of Commerce website lists no fewer than nine separate licensed and certified charter boat services for either pleasure, fishing or whale watching. Get up close and personal with these rare ocean giants for an experience you will never forget. Or bring home a whopper…or a good tale about the one that got away. If you are not inclined to leave land, there is also The Depoe Bay Whale Center on the ocean side of HWY 101 right in the middle of town – or any one of several viewing areas along the seawall.

  • Depoe Bay Devil’s Punch Bowl State Natural Area
    Devil's Punch Bowl State Natural Area
    Devil’s Punch Bowl State Natural Area

    800-551-6949
    http://www.oregonstateparks.org/park_217.php

    An inspiringly beautiful and awesome sight at anytime, but especially when offshore storm threaten. During winter storms, ocean waves slam with a thundering roar into a hollow rock formation shaped like a huge punch bowl. The surf churns, foams, and swirls as it mixes violently. The punch bowl was probably created by the collapse of the roof over two sea caves, then shaped by wave action. The park is a popular whale watching site and displays an intriguing geology. This is a scenic picnic spot atop the undulating rocky shoreline. Don’t forget to explore the tidepools at low tide. There is no fee to use this park.

  • Depoe Bay Winery
    Depoe Bay Winery
    Depoe Bay Winery

    541-765-3311
    22 S. Highway 101
    Depoe Bay, OR 97341
    http://depoebaywinery.com/

    Stop by and taste some great Oregon Wines, and have fun at the Wine Cave in Depoe Bay!  Open every day from 10 am till dusk and often later!  Wines can be shipped right to your door!  Great Oregon Wines in Scenic Depoe Bay!

  • Depoe Bay Boiler Bay State Scenic Viewpoint
    Boiler Bay State Scenic Viewpoint
    Boiler Bay State Scenic Viewpoint

    800-551-6949
    http://www.oregonstateparks.org/park_213.php

    A miraculous and rugged, basalt-rimmed bay and a great place to watch wild surf action on the rocky spurs. This splendid panoramic viewpoint presents a good opportunity to see migrating and resident gray whales. Take your binoculars – this is one of the best sites in Oregon to see ocean-going birds (like shearwaters, jaegers, albatrosses, grebes, pelicans, loons, oystercatchers and murrelets). In 1910, an explosion sank the J. Marhoffer, and you can see the ship’s boiler at low-tide. At low tide, a short, rough trail takes you down to some of Oregon’s richest tide pools. There is no fee to use this park.

  • Newport Yaquina Head Outstanding Natural Area and Lighthouse
    Yaquina Head Outstanding Natural Area and Lighthouse

    Yaquina Head Outstanding Natural Area and Lighthouse

    541-574-3100
    750 NW Lighthouse Drive
    Newport, OR 97365
    http://www.blm.gov/or/resources/recreation/yaquina/index.php

    Soaring more than 93 feet in height, this is the tallest lighthouse on the Oregon coast. Yaquina Head Outstanding Natural Area is located on a narrow point of land jutting due west into the ocean at the north end of Newport. This headland provides visitors with one of the most accessible wildlife and ocean viewing locations on the coast. The park grounds are open every day of the year. The entrance gate opens at sunrise or 6:00 AM, whichever is later, and closes at sunset.

  • Newport Oregon Coast Aquarium
    Oregon Coast Aquarium
    Oregon Coast Aquarium

    541-867-3474
    2820 SE Ferry Slip Road
    Newport, OR 97367
    http://aquarium.org/

    The Oregon Coast Aquarium is one of the most popular attractions on the Oregon Coast.  It is located in South Beach, just across the Yaquina Bridge from Newport. Parking is plentiful and suitable for RVs. There are six main sections of the aquarium, which include both indoor and outdoor displays. Every year, special displays are offered, highlighting a particular type of habitat. The many guides and volunteers at the aquarium will be happy to answer any of your questions. There is also a touch tank that give visitors the opportunity to actually feel some of the marine life, such as sea anemones. The aquarium is open every day of the year except Christmas Day.

  • Newport Tradewinds Deep Sea Fishing
    Newport Tradewinds Deep Sea Fishing
    Newport Tradewinds Deep Sea Fishing

    541-265-2101
    653 SW Bay Blvd
    Newport, OR 97365
    http://www.newporttradewinds.com

    With Newport Tradewinds, you’ll enjoy bottom fishing trips to the Inner Reefs or the Rockpile, halibut or salmon fishing in season, tuna fishing from Mid July through Mid-October, whale watching in the early spring and late fall, or bay crabbing throughout the year. So, whenever you’re planning to visit the beautiful Oregon coast, you’ll find Newport Tradewinds waiting for you

  • Newport Marine Discovery Tours
    Marine Discovery Tours
    Marine Discovery Tours

    541-265-6200
    345 SW Bay Blvd
    Newport, OR 97365
    http://www.marinediscovery.com/

    Narrated ocean and bay cruises with naturalist guides from our docks along the Historic Bay front District in Newport Oregon.  Our boat Discovery is equipped with the latest audio-visual aids including big screen television for viewing marine life.

  • Newport Hatfield Marine Science Center
    Hatfield Marine Science Center
    Hatfield Marine Science Center

    541-876-0100
    2030 SE Marine Science Drive
    Newport, OR 97365
    http://hmsc.oregonstate.edu/

    A great place to visit after touring the Oregon Coast Aquarium – for those that want to prolong their learning experience or delve a little deeper. The Hatfield Marine Science Center is Oregon State University’s campus for research, education, and outreach in marine and coastal sciences. Exhibits feature live marine animals, interactive puzzles and hands -on games that demonstrate marine science concepts and other aspects of our amazing ocean planet. Trained volunteers are happy to answer your questions, and our bookstore offers books, videos and games.

  • Newport Flying Dutchman Winery Otter Rock
    Flying Dutchman Winery
    Flying Dutchman Winery

    541-765-2553
    915 First Street
    Otter Rock, OR 97369
    http://www.dutchmanwinery.com/

    Exploring Oregon’s most unique winery is a must! Perched on a cliff high above the Pacific, the boutique winery has earned a reputation for consistently producing wines of distinction. The Flying Dutchman is a small family owned winery that enjoys one of the most spectacular locations on the Oregon Coast. Making wine in front of the ocean since 1997 and many feel that it’s the salt air that makes the wines so unique.

  • Toledo Wooden Boat Show (Annual)
    Wooden Boat Show

    Wooden Boat Show

    541-336-5207
    http://portoftoledo.org/wooden-boat-show-2/

    The Annual Port of Toledo Wooden Boat Show is an old-fashioned, down-home waterfront festival where everything is fun and nothing much is fancy. It’s as authentically grassroots American as you can get! Launched in 2005, the first Wooden Boat Show kicked off to coincide with the City of Toledo’s Centennial Celebration. Every year the Wooden Boat Show honors a builder, style or era of wooden boat. A commemorative poster is created each year to set the tone for the event. Usually held the 3rd Weekend of August.

  • Toledo Port of Toledo
    Port of Toledo
    Port of Toledo

    541-336-5207
    496 NE Highway 20
    Toledo, OR 07391
    http://www.portoftoledo.org

    Located at just 2 block down from the Hotel. Provides Recreational Boating facilities, commercial and sport moorages, outdoor storage and a public boat-viewing platform. In the spring and summer, bring your binoculars to watch the osprey which return each year to nest nearby, as well as river otter, wandering Harbor Seals. There is a picnic table on the platform.

  • Waldport, Driftwood Beach State Recreation Site
    Driftwood Beach State Recreation Site
    Driftwood Beach State Recreation Site

    800-551-6949
    http://www.oregonstateparks.org/park_203.php

    Driftwood Beach State Wayside provides access to the ocean and picnic facilities scattered among the shore pine. The area offers a wide, flat, sandy beach. A great place for beachcombing and enjoying beautiful sunsets. There is no fee to use this park on US 101, 3 miles north of Waldport, Oregon.

  • Waldport, Alsea Bay Historic Interpretive Center
    Alsea Bay Historic Interpretive Center
    Alsea Bay Historic Interpretive Center

    541-563-2002
    http://www.oregonstateparks.org/park_202.php

    The Historic Alsea Bay Bridge Interpretive Center in Waldport was constructed by the Oregon Department of Transportation as part of the bridge replacement project. It’s operated by the Oregon Parks and Recreation Department with help from the Waldport Chamber of Commerce. There are daily bridge tours during the summer (at 2 p.m.) led by a park naturalist. The tours cover the story of the bridge replacement. Clamming and crabbing demonstrations are led by guides from the Oregon Parks and Recreation Department. A schedule is usually posted in the Interpretive Center during the visitor season. Locations and times vary with the tides. There is no fee to use this park.

  • Yachats Exploring Recommendations

     

    Yachats, Oregon Exploring Recommendations:


    Heceta Light House
    Heceta Light House

    866-547-3696
    92072 Highway 101 South
    Yachats, OR 97498
    http://hecetalighthouse.com/interpretive-center

    Named for Don Bruno de Heceta, a Spanish explorer, Heceta Head lighthouse is about 12  miles south of Yachats and offers guided tours from knowledgeable docents during the summer months. Throughout the year personal tours may be arranged by appointment for individuals, educational groups. There is no charge for tours, however donations for restoration and interpretive projects are gladly accepted. Public parking is located at the Heceta Head Lighthouse State Scenic Viewpoint. A $5 fee per vehicle is required for the day use area.


    Neptune State Scenic Viewpoint
    Neptune State Scenic Viewpoint

    800-551-6949
    http://www.oregonstateparks.org/park_126.php

    Benches set on a cliff above the beach give you an excellent view of Cumming Creek, wildlife and the rock-pounding waves. From this location, you can watch for whales, see a variety of birds, sea lions and the occasional deer in the creek. The creek is also a great place to look for agates. At low tide you can walk to the south to see a natural cave and tidepools. There is no fee to use this park.


    Sea Lion Caves, Florence
    Sea Lion Caves, Florence

    541-547-3111
    91560 Hwy 101 North
    Florence, OR 97439
    http://sealioncaves.com

    Click Here For Coupon

    The Sea Lion Caves is Americas largest sea cave and is located about 14 miles south of Yachats. It offers an awe-inspiring, intimate view of wild sea lions in their natural habitat. An elevator descends over 200-feet through solid rock to the cave below. The cave is the home of the wild stellar sea lion, primarily during the fall and winter months, and the area is host to all manner of other marine wildlife, birds and ocean mammals year-round. It offers a spectacular view (and photo opportunity) of the Hecta Head lighthouse as well.

    $1.00 OFF General Admission Price. Click Here


    Smelt Sands State Recreation Site
    Smelt Sands State Recreation Site

    800-551-6949
    http://www.oregonstateparks.org/park_128.php

    An excellent whale watching and photography viewpoint. Walk the historic 804 Trail (.75 miles one-way with resting benches scattered along the way). The park is known for tidepooling, rock fishing and the yearly smelt run (smelt are small, silvery relatives of salmon). Breathtaking sunsets. There is no fee to use this park.

  • Florence, The Port of Siuslaw
    The Port of Siuslaw, Florence
    The Port of Siuslaw, Florence

    541-997-3426
    100 Harbor Street
    Florence, OR 97439
    http://portofsiuslaw.com/

    The Port of Siuslaw has for sale a nearly 40 acre (about 16 hectares) parcel of land overlooking the Pacific Ocean that is currently zoned light industrial and deemed “shovel ready” by the State of Oregon. This means the State considers development could proceed within six months of acquisition within one or more of eight industry-type profiles such as Food Processing or Campus Industrial/Electronic and Computer Assembly.

  • Florence, Siuslaw Pioneer Museum
    Siuslaw Pioneer Museum
    Siuslaw Pioneer Museum

    541-997-7884
    278 Maple Street
    Florence, OR 97439
    http://www.siuslawpioneermuseum.com/

    The Siuslaw Pioneer Museum is the home of historic displays, pictures and other information about the Siuslaw River area, including The Pioneers and the City of Florence. These displays feature the Pioneers whose occupations were primarily as loggers and fishermen. In the early days the Siuslaw River was the primary and nearly exclusive means of travel in the area. Visitors to the museum will have the opportunity to see real settings that these early pioneers lived in.

  • Florence, Apex Helicopters
    Apex Helicopters
    Apex Helicopters

    541-997-3270
    2001 Airport Way
    Florence, OR 97439
    https://www.apexheli.com/

    It has and always will be Apex’s philosophy to provide quality safe service to its customers. To accomplish this Apex prides itself on maintaining top of the line aircraft and equipment to eliminate downtime and provide the safest platform possible. This has proven a success as Apex frequently flies more hours during a season more efficiently helping Apex customers finish their projects on-time and within budget.

  • Reedsport Exploring Recommendations

     

    Reedsport, Oregon Exploring:


    Dean Creek Elk Viewing Area

    Dean Creek Elk Viewing Area

    http://www.blm.gov/or/resources/recreation/site_info.php?siteid=31Three miles East on Highway 38 is the famous Dean’s Creek Elk Viewing area currently sustaining hundreds of Oregon’s Roosevelt Elk in their natural habitat with viewing stations and nature photo opportunities without parallel. For a great short video clip click here.


    Umpqua Discovery Center, Reedsport

    Umpqua Discovery Center, Reedsport

    541-271-4816
    409 Riverfront Way
    Reedsport, OR 97467
    http://www.umpquadiscoverycenter.com/

     

    An educational and cultural resource for all ages making active, innovative contributions to preserving the Oregon “Tidewater Community” experience. Interactive exhibits and programs illustrate how land, water and people have shaped each other over time. The Umpqua Discovery Center is open 7 days a week year round except for Thanksgiving, Christmas and New Year’s Days.


    Umpqua Lighthouse State Park

    Umpqua Lighthouse State Park

    http://www.oregonstateparks.org/park_121.phpUmpqua Lighthouse State Park is located less than a mile from the famous Salmon Harbor on Winchester Bay. The campground and developed day use areas are centered around beautiful Lake Marie. Access to this small freshwater lake is provided for angling and non-motorized boating. There is also a small sandy beach set aside for swimming or just relaxing.

  • Lakeside Exploring Recommendations

    Lakeside, Oregon Exploring Recommendations:


    John Dellenback Trailhead
    John Dellenback Trailhead

    541-750-7000
    Hwy 101 10.5 Miles S of Reedsport
    Lakeside, OR 97449
    http://www.oregonsadventurecoast.com/listings/john-dellenback-dunes-trail/

    Trail begins in a conifer forest and provides vistas of fresh water lakes, wet areas within the forest and ocean waves. The trail wanders through a tall spruce forest  and stops at the serene Threemile Lake and ends at the ocean beach. The trail offers either a difficult trek to the beach or an easy self-guided interpretive loop.The 2.7 miles to the beach may feel even longer as you traverse soft, open sand dunes. The open sand is unmarked due to constantly changing conditions. Hikers are advised to climb the tallest dune to get their bearings.


    Tenmile Lake
    Tenmile Lake

    http://www.tenmilelake.net

    One of Oregon’s largest and most popular recreation lakes. Fishing is excellent year round with species including large mouth bass, trout, crappie, bluegill, and catfish. The lake is also a favorite for water sports with plenty of large open areas for water skiing, sailing, swimming and more. The location between Coos Bay/North Bend and Winchester Bay in the Oregon Dunes provides easy access to some of the largest dunes on the Oregon Coast. 

  • North Bend Exploring Recommendations

    North Bend, Oregon Exploring Recommendations:


    Oregon Dunes KOA
    Oregon Dunes KOA

    541-756-4851
    68632 Oregon Coast Hwy
    North Bend, OR 97459
    http://www.oregonduneskoa.com/

    Come camp at the only ATV/ORV friendly, full service, private campground on the southern end of the Oregon Dunes National Recreation Area.  You are just 15 minutes away by car or 2 miles with a sand capable vehicle from flat beaches.  ATV guests have a short 0.6 mile ride to constantly changing off road fun on the Hauser Dunes. Sand camping can be great but there is nothing better than a hot shower and clean clothes after a long day of playing in the dunes. 

  • Coos Bay Exploring Recommendations

    Coos Bay, Oregon Exploring Recommendations:


    Shore Acres Park
    Shore Acres Park

    541-888-3732
    89039 Cap Arago
    Coos Bay, OR 97420
    http://shoreacres.net/holiday-lights/

    Perched on a scenic bluff above the Pacific Ocean, Shore Acres began as a private estate with luxurious gardens featuring trees, shrubs, and flowering plants brought from around the world aboard the sailing ships of pioneer lumberman and shipbuilder Louis J. Simpson. Whether you are visiting in the summer or winter Shore Acres State Park will impress you with it’s unique flora. At Christmas the Holiday Lights are spectacular and it has turned into one of the most beautiful places to visit during the holidays

South

South Coast Exploring

  • Bandon, Face Rock Creamery
    Face Rock Creamery

    Face Rock Creamery

    541-347-3223
    680 2nd Street SE
    Bandon, OR 97411
    http://facerockcreamery.com

    The cheese we are planning to offer will be handmade medium, sharp and extra sharp cheddar, along with various flavored and specialtiy cheeses. Besides cheese, we also offer the “squeaky cheese curds” and Umpqua Ice Cream cones that the original cheese factory here was so well known for!

  • Bandon, West Coast Game Park Safari
    West Coast Game Park Safari
    West Coast Game Park Safari

    541-347-3106
    46914 Highway 101 South
    Bandon, OR 97411
    http://www.westcoastgameparksafari.com/

    Experience West Coast Game Park, the original walk thru Safari, where visitors meet, pet, film, and walk among hundreds of free-roaming wildlife. Visitors of all ages are amazed, entertained and astonished by the original and innovative way of meeting, petting and seeing wildlife. We offer an unsurpassed experience in meeting the wild and a one-of-a-kind, lasting memory in getting to know our animals.

  • Bandon, Port of Bandon
    Port of Bandon
    Port of Bandon

    541-347-3206
    390 1st Street SW
    Bandon, OR 97411
    http://www.portofbandon.com/general/page/welcome-port-bandon

    Full Marina Facilities for boat launching and sport fishing. Full service stopover for commercial fishing and recreational vessels. A popular Crab Dock just steps away from bait, tackle and restrooms.  A year round Boat Ramp and roofed freshwater Fish Cleaning Station. A scenic River walk with Nature Pathway and Observation Areas. A new Boardwalk with glassed in Picnic Shelter and Amphitheater.

  • Brookings Harbor, Tidewind Sportfishing
    Tidewind Sportfishing, Brookings

    Tidewind Sportfishing, Brookings

    541-469-0337
    16368 Lower Harbor Road
    Brookings Harbor, OR 97415
    http://www.tidewindsportfishing.com

     

    Are you ready for some uncrowded deep sea sport fishing? How about the relaxing excitement of whale watching? At Tidewind Sport Fishing and Whale Watching you can experience all of that and more. We also have provide other recreational ocean trips.Tidewind Sportfishing and Whale Watching isn’t only an ocean fishing charter. We also provide river guide service along the Southern Oregon Coast; “The Banana Belt of Oregon” at Brookings-Harbor.

  • Brookings Harbor, Ross Bell Fishing Guide Service
    Ross Bell Fishing Guide Service, Brookings

    Ross Bell Fishing Guide Service, Brookings

    541-698-8103
    http://www.fishtherogueriver.com/

    Enjoy year round Rogue River fishing!!  The Rogue is located in Gold Beach, Oregon, and remains one of eight rivers in the United States designated as wild and scenic.  Take in spectacular river views where wildlife abounds (Osprey, Snowy Egret, Blue Heron, deer, elk, otter, beaver and more).  Oregon salmon fishing for Coho, Chinook and Steelhead!!

  • Brookings Harbor Azalea Park
    Azalea Park, Brookings
    Azalea Park, Brookings

    Hwy 101
    Brookings , OR 97415
    http://www.brookings.or.us/facilities/facility/details/Azalea-Park-5From the south, turn right at the first street (Constitution Ave) past the Chetco River overpass on Hwy 101; Turn left on North Bank Chetco River rd; Azalea Park is on the right a few hundred feet up the road. A fabulous city park, Azalea is near all 3 public schools and is a great place for kids of all ages. There is a playground, bathrooms, picnic tables, and a covered stage in a natural amphitheater, and softball diamonds

  • Brookings Harbor Brandy Peak Distillery
    Brandy Peak Distillery, Bookings
    Brandy Peak Distillery, Bookings

    541-469-0194
    18526 Tetley Road
    Brookings Harbor, OR 97415
    http://www.brandypeak.com/

    Dedicated to the art of creating the finest brandies, the Nowlin family uses only the best fruits and grapes available. Ripened to peak flavor, these delicious fruits are carefully fermented and slowly distilled in wood fired pot stills to produce a drink that captures all of the natural flavors and aromas. No colorings or flavorings are added.  The result is 100% pure spirits that are smooth, rich and aromatic.

North CA

North California Exploring

  • Klamath Trees of Mystery
    Trees of Mystery, Klamath

    Trees of Mystery, Klamath

    707-482-2251
    15500 U.S. 101 N
    Klamath , CA 95548
    http://www.treesofmystery.net

     

    Located 18 miles south of Crescent City on 101 in the heart of the Redwood Empire. Explore Trees of Mystery where you’ll be overwhelmed by the unusual redwoods. Journey into the lives of the first Americans through one of the largest private collections of Native American artifacts.  Fly through the forest canopy on Sky Trail!

  • Requa Spey-Gee Point Guide Service
    Spey-Gee Point Guide Service

    Spey-Gee Point Guide Service

    530-625-4193
    http://klamathriveradventures.com

    Spey-Gee Point Guide Service is operated by life-long Klamath River fisherman Thomas Willson. In addition to a world-class, Klamath salmon and steelhead guide service, Spey-Gee Point Guide Service also offers a stay in luxurious cabin nestled on the banks of the beautiful Klamath River.

  • Requa Blue Creek Guide Service
    Blue Creek Guide Service

    Blue Creek Guide Service

    707-482-0579
    http://www.yurokfishingguides.com/

    The Klamath River, Lower Trinity River, and Smith River in Northern California offer some of the finest fishing in the world. Blue Creek Guide Service is one of the very few Yurok-run guide services on these prime fishing rivers. The Carlson family has lived on the Klamath River for many generations and has a deep understanding of the rivers and the fish of this region.

  • Klamath Trees of Mystery
    Trees of Mystery, Klamath

    Trees of Mystery, Klamath

    707-482-2251
    15500 U.S. 101 N
    Klamath , CA 95548
    http://www.treesofmystery.net

     

    Located 18 miles south of Crescent City on 101 in the heart of the Redwood Empire. Explore Trees of Mystery where you’ll be overwhelmed by the unusual redwoods. Journey into the lives of the first Americans through one of the largest private collections of Native American artifacts.  Fly through the forest canopy on Sky Trail!

  • Klamath Trees of Mystery
    Trees of Mystery, Klamath

    Trees of Mystery, Klamath

    707-482-2251
    15500 U.S. 101 N
    Klamath , CA 95548
    http://www.treesofmystery.net

     

    Located 18 miles south of Crescent City on 101 in the heart of the Redwood Empire. Explore Trees of Mystery where you’ll be overwhelmed by the unusual redwoods. Journey into the lives of the first Americans through one of the largest private collections of Native American artifacts.  Fly through the forest canopy on Sky Trail!

  • Klamath Drive Through a Redwood Tree

     

    Drive Through a Redwood Tree

    Drive Through a Redwood Tree

    http://exploredelnorte.comFor the ultimate Redwood Empire “tourist” experience, everyone has to see this. The immense size of Del Norte County redwood trees is evident at the Tour Thru Tree in Klamath. Vehicles (even SUVs!!!) can drive right through the center of a 725-year old hollowed-out giant. Take the Terwer Valley off-ramp from Highway 101 east 1/4 mile on Route 169.

  • Trees of Mystery, Klamath California Coupon
    The Trees of Mystery, Klamath

    The Trees of Mystery, Klamath

    800-638-3389
    15500 US Highway 101 N.
    Klamath, CA 95548

     

    This is a nearby MUST SEE (only 5.6 miles north of Klamath)!  Explore the Trees of Mystery where you’ll be overwhelmed by the unusual redwoods, adapting in fantastic ways in order to be among the “oldest Living Things on the Planet.” Ride Sky Trail and get a bird’s eye view of the redwoods and the only six passenger forest gondola on the continent glides you silently through the forest canopy.

    Trees of Mystery

    Klamath, California

    $2.00 OFF
    General Admission (Adult, ages 13-59) Price

    15500 US Highway 101 N. Klamath, CA 95548
    TEL: 800-638-3389

    To redeem, present printed coupon at time of entry. One coupon per person. Nat valid with any other offer.  Expiration Date: 2/28/19

    Print this Coupon!

  • Klamath Trees of Mystery
    Trees of Mystery, Klamath

    Trees of Mystery, Klamath

    707-482-2251
    15500 U.S. 101 N
    Klamath , CA 95548
    http://www.treesofmystery.net

     

    Located 18 miles south of Crescent City on 101 in the heart of the Redwood Empire. Explore Trees of Mystery where you’ll be overwhelmed by the unusual redwoods. Journey into the lives of the first Americans through one of the largest private collections of Native American artifacts.  Fly through the forest canopy on Sky Trail!

  • Orick Visit Redwood National Park
    Visit Redwood National Park, Orick
    Visit Redwood National Park, Orick

    866-733-9637
    7 Valley Green Camp Road
    Orick, CA 95555
    http://www.nps.gov/redw/index.htm

    Most people know Redwood as home to the tallest trees on Earth. But the parks also protect vast prairies, oak woodlands, wild riverways, and nearly 40 miles of pristine coastline, all supporting a rich mosaic of wildlife diversity and cultural traditions. Together, the National Park Service and California State Parks manage these lands for the inspiration, enjoyment, and education of all people.

  • Orick Hike Lady Bird Johnson Grove Trail
    Hike Lady Bird Johnson Grove Trail
    Hike Lady Bird Johnson Grove Trail

    Hwy 101
    Orick, CA 95555
    http://www.redwoodhikes.com/RNP/LBJ.html

    This is one of the most popular trails in Redwood National Park. The staff at Kuchel Visitor Center often recommend it to visitors since it’s short, level, and close to the visitor center. Unusually for a major redwood attraction, this trail is in a redwood upland environment at 1200 feet above sea level. Because of its elevation, the grove is often in the clouds and gets a lot more fog than the lowland groves. There’s a lush ground-cover of ferns, but the understory is open and the trail’s position high on a hillside affords some nice views of the forest. Rhododendrons are common and bloom in early June.

  • Orick Hike Fern Canyon Trail
    Hike Fern Canyon Trail
    Hike Fern Canyon Trail

    Gold Bluffs Beach Road Prairie Creek Redwoods State Park
    Orick, CA 95555
    http://www.hikespeak.com/trails/fern-canyon-hike-prairie-creek-redwoods-state-park/

    If you’ve never walked between fifty foot walls of ferns, than you haven’t experienced a hike like Fern Canyon Trail. This short trek transports you through a cool moist canyon with fortress-like walls covered top to bottom in enchanting ferns. The trail starts just inland from a vacant stretch of Northern California coast, and then turns inland into the lush shady forest housing Fern Canyon. The hike can be done as a 1.1-mile lollipop loop with 150 feet of elevation gain, but it is most enjoyable as a one mile out and back with 75 feet of elevation gain. Turn around at the top of Fern Canyon and replay the most exciting portion of the hike.

  • Trinidad Salty’s Supply Co
    Salty's Supply Co
    Salty’s Supply Co

    707-677-0300
    332 Main Street
    Trinidad, CA 95570
    http://www.saltystrinidad.com/

    Throughout the year, our local catch includes Lingcod, Halibut, Salmon, Rockfish, Cabezon, Kelp Greenling, Steelhead, Cutthroat, Dungeness Crab, Clams, Surfperch, Sanddabs, Flatfish and more. Our experts are here to help you navigate your Trinidad fishing experience.

  • Trinidad Museum
    Trinidad Museum
    Trinidad Museum

    707-677-3883
    400 Janis Court
    Trinidad, CA 95570
    http://trinidadmuseum.org/

    Located off Main Street and Patrick’s Point Drive at the entry way to the charming coastal village of Trinidad, is a newly rehabilitated circa 1899-1900 Victorian Italianate bungalow. The Sangster-Watkins-Underwood home, donated by the family of Ernie and Gwyneth Susan, descendants of the original owners, was moved from its site near Trinidad State Beach to land donated by Glenn and Janis Saunders in September 2006.

  • Trinidad Patrick’s Point State Park
    Patrick's Point State Park
    Patrick’s Point State Park

    707-677-3570
    4150 Patrick’s Point Drive
    Trinidad, CA 95570
    http://www.parks.ca.gov/?page_id=417

    A dramatic shoreline ranging from broad sandy beaches to sheer cliffs that rise high above the Pacific Ocean offers great opportunities to explore tide pools, search for agates and driftwood, watch whales, sea lions and brilliant sunsets. The park offers several miles of hiking trails, a recreated Yurok Village, a native plant garden, visitor center, three family campgrounds, 2 group camps, a a camp for hikers and bicyclists and 3 group picnic areas.

  • Klamath Trees of Mystery
    Trees of Mystery, Klamath

    Trees of Mystery, Klamath

    707-482-2251
    15500 U.S. 101 N
    Klamath , CA 95548
    http://www.treesofmystery.net

     

    Located 18 miles south of Crescent City on 101 in the heart of the Redwood Empire. Explore Trees of Mystery where you’ll be overwhelmed by the unusual redwoods. Journey into the lives of the first Americans through one of the largest private collections of Native American artifacts.  Fly through the forest canopy on Sky Trail!

  • Trinidad Visit Patricks Point State Park
    Visit Patricks Point State Park
    Visit Patricks Point State Park

    707-677-3570
    4150 Patrick’s Point Drive
    Trinidad, CA 95570
    http://www.parks.ca.gov/?page_id=417

    Located 25 miles north of Eureka California, Patrick’s Point is a park located in the heart of California’s coast redwood country. The park’s dense forests of spruce, hemlock, pine, fir and red alder stretch over an ocean headland with lovely wildflower-festooned meadows. A dramatic shoreline ranging from broad sandy beaches to sheer cliffs that rise high above the Pacific Ocean offers great opportunities to explore tide pools, search for agates and driftwood, watch whales, sea lions and brilliant sunsets. The park offers several miles of hiking trails, a recreated Yurok Village, a native plant garden, visitor center, three family campgrounds, 2 group camps, a camp for hikers and bicyclists, and 3 group picnic areas.

  • Klamath Trees of Mystery
    Trees of Mystery, Klamath

    Trees of Mystery, Klamath

    707-482-2251
    15500 U.S. 101 N
    Klamath , CA 95548
    http://www.treesofmystery.net

     

    Located 18 miles south of Crescent City on 101 in the heart of the Redwood Empire. Explore Trees of Mystery where you’ll be overwhelmed by the unusual redwoods. Journey into the lives of the first Americans through one of the largest private collections of Native American artifacts.  Fly through the forest canopy on Sky Trail!

  • McKinleyville Totem Pole
    See the Worlds Largest Totem Pole
    See the Worlds Largest Totem Pole

    http://www.beachcalifornia.com/mckinnleyville-totem-pole.htmlWhat’s 160 feet high, and carved from a 500 year old tree weighing 57,000 pounds?  It’s the worlds largest totem pole – built out of the largest tree ever hauled across a California highway. The totem pole was carved to commemorate the grand opening of the Mckinleyville Shopping Center. Designed in 1962 by Ernest Pierson of Pierson’s Building Center in Eureka, he and a friend carved the monster tree in the parking lot of the center.It is located in the parking lot to the left and slightly behind Safeway on Central Avenue not far from the Arcata-Eureka Airport (in McKinleyville).

  • Arcata Humboldt State University
    Humboldt State University
    Humboldt State University

    707-826-3011
    1 Harpst Street
    Arcata, CA 95521
    http://www.humboldt.edu/

    You can walk across the campus in five minutes and yet it would take years for you to experience the students favorite museums, research facilities and places to hang out.  Come for a visit and find out why the hometown of Arcata made it on Outside Magazine’s list of America’s top 15 college towns! Many colleges boast prestigious, but distant, faculty members. Humboldt students actually know their world-renowned professors. In addition to being leaders in the sciences and humanities, HSU professors are commited to mentoring their students by including them in all kinds of experiments, lab research, and field work.

  • Klamath Trees of Mystery
    Trees of Mystery, Klamath

    Trees of Mystery, Klamath

    707-482-2251
    15500 U.S. 101 N
    Klamath , CA 95548
    http://www.treesofmystery.net

     

    Located 18 miles south of Crescent City on 101 in the heart of the Redwood Empire. Explore Trees of Mystery where you’ll be overwhelmed by the unusual redwoods. Journey into the lives of the first Americans through one of the largest private collections of Native American artifacts.  Fly through the forest canopy on Sky Trail!

  • Klamath Trees of Mystery
    Trees of Mystery, Klamath

    Trees of Mystery, Klamath

    707-482-2251
    15500 U.S. 101 N
    Klamath , CA 95548
    http://www.treesofmystery.net

     

    Located 18 miles south of Crescent City on 101 in the heart of the Redwood Empire. Explore Trees of Mystery where you’ll be overwhelmed by the unusual redwoods. Journey into the lives of the first Americans through one of the largest private collections of Native American artifacts.  Fly through the forest canopy on Sky Trail!

  • Klamath Trees of Mystery
    Trees of Mystery, Klamath

    Trees of Mystery, Klamath

    707-482-2251
    15500 U.S. 101 N
    Klamath , CA 95548
    http://www.treesofmystery.net

     

    Located 18 miles south of Crescent City on 101 in the heart of the Redwood Empire. Explore Trees of Mystery where you’ll be overwhelmed by the unusual redwoods. Journey into the lives of the first Americans through one of the largest private collections of Native American artifacts.  Fly through the forest canopy on Sky Trail!

  • Loleta Tour of Loleta
    Tour of Loleta
    Tour of Loleta

    707-498-6348
    PO Box 327
    Loleta, CA 95551
    http://www.tourofloleta.com

    Are you a cycler or bicycle race fan? Experience the unique beauty of the North Coast, from fantastic views of the ocean to the majesty of the redwoods during the bicycle races.  After the races attend the Swauger Station Day Post Ride Deep Pit BBQ. Proceeds support the Loleta School Community Track. Experience the excitement and contribute to a worthy cause!