Where to Live on the Oregon Coast

Such a selection – Where do you want to live on the Oregon Coast?

From Astoria to Brookings Harbor, a stretch close to 250 miles provides an array of inviting options when deciding where to live on the Oregon Coast. Whether you are an outdoor enthusiast, a history buff, or prefer the serenity of a small town, the Oregon Coast offers the perfect place for everyone.

Just a short drive away from anywhere along the coast are many fun-filled activities to suit your taste. With little planning, you can choose to go on a day trip to go hiking or see a music festival. Or, maybe you want to spend a weekend at the beach building sandcastles and flying kites with your children. Whether you want to spend your leisure time camping at one of the many state parks, going to see a famous ballet or deep sea fishing for salmon, the Oregon Coast is filled with majestic views, historic landmarks and sensational experiences.

Remarkable attractions, shopping and dining for adults, families, teens and young adults await you along the entire Oregon Coast. An amazing nine lighthouses which are still operating today and open for discovery are located along the coast from Tillamook Head to Cape Perpetua.

Florence Oregon – Located at the confluence of the Siuslaw River and Pacific Ocean, Florence is a lovely town with a warm, home-town feeling. Just off Hwy 101, Historic Old Town Florence boasts a beautiful riverfront boardwalk and an array of charming boutiques, art galleries, quaint antique stores, gift shops and fantastic restaurants serving fresh ocean cuisine. Many local attractions offer fun and adventure for you! Spend a day at the Oregon Dunes National Recreation area – 42 miles of Sahara-like sand dunes offering horseback riding, dune buggy tours and ATV rentals for those seeking the thrill of a lifetime. Enjoy golf? Try swinging the irons at the Ocean Dunes Golf Links for a relaxing morning or afternoon. Enjoy the Eugene Ballet present the Nutcracker at Christmastime, a treat for the whole family.

Make a visit to the world famous Sea Lion Caves – a mere 11 miles North of Florence, home to the Steller and California sea lions, 200 feet below ground in the world’s largest sea cave. Feeling lucky? Try your luck with the slot machines or black jack tables at the new Three Rivers Casino and Hotel, featuring five superb restaurants to cater to every taste. So if you are looking for a town with friendly locals and fun, local attractions, make Florence, OR your new home!

We would love to help make your residency in Florence a wonderful one! Please feel free to email or call us for helpful tips and more information about the Florence area. When you’re ready to make Florence, OR your home, be sure to contact us.

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Comments

  1. john colwell says:

    Hi we are looking to move to the coast we will rent first the budget is $1500-$1800
    if something comes up let me know.

    thank you
    john colwell

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