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Coastal Garden Getaway - Florence Oregon
Beautiful centrally located Florence home
3 BR / 2 BA / Sleeps 8
- Queen Size Bed
- Large closet
- Private Bathroom
- Queen Bed
- Shared Bathroom
- Full Bed
- Shared Bathroom
- Queen Sleeper Sofa
- Fully Stocked Kitchen
- Outdoor Gas Grill
- Washer/ Dryer
- Centrally Located
- End of street river access
- Beautiful landscaping
- Foosball Table
- Near restaurants and shopping
PROPERTY DISTANCE TO:
- 1 mile to Old Town Florence
- 3 miles to Beach Access
- 3 miles to Dune access
- 10 miles to Sea Lion Caves
- 11 1/2 miles to Heceta Head Light House
Coastal Garden Getaway is a beautiful and comfortable home centrally located between all of the attractions the central oregon coast has to offer. This location is ideal for those wanting to explore Old Town Florence, beach's, lakes, or to just relax. A short drive north is the Historic Sea lion Caves and Heceta Head Lighthouse, Two must sees. When you check-in to Coastal Garden Hideaway you'll enjoy the comfortable furniture, a nicely stocked full kitchen to cook all of your meals, beautiful decor, comfy beds, nicely landscaped grounds with a gas grill and a detached game room with foosball table and board games. Your entire Family is sure to enjoy this well appointed home.
Old Town Florence
One of the Oregon Coast's leading destination towns is the historic riverfront in Florence, OR. Originally the Siuslaw estuary was the winter home for the Siuslaw tribe. French, Russian and Spanish explorers and traders moved through the area, and in 1909 a river port was established here. The district thrived economically with industry from fishing, canning, lumber and rock quarries and eventually tourism. Today, discover the scenic boardwalk and harbor lined with historic buildings, landmarks, public art, unique shopping and excellent coastal dining.
A beautiful long sandy beach that's a popular location for families and leisurely beach strolls. Walk south toward the Harbor Vista Park and Jetty or North beyond the Driftwood shores restaurant for a more private stroll while looking for whales and other sea life or combing the sand for sea shells enjoying the incredible scenery of the majestic Oregon Coast.
The Heceta Beach Lane County Park is the most “official” entrance to this beach. Entered along the north end of the Driftwood Shores Surfside Restaurant, a wide path leads to the sand, or enter to the South of Driftwood Shores and restaurant thru the parking area for the shortest access. For a more adventurous and private entrance follow 1st St. south to Heceta / pond St. turn right and follow straight ahead to the corner then look for a path through the bushes and dune.
Heceta Head Lighthouse
Situated high above the Pacific Ocean on the rugged Heceta Head outcropping is one of the most popular and inspirational sites on the Oregon Coast; and it is only about 10 scenic miles north of Florence. It is a must-see among must-sees here in Oregon’s Coastal Playground. One of the most beautiful, and most photographed lighthouses in the world.
Since March 30, 1894, from its perch 205 feet above the ocean, this 56-foot-tall working lighthouse has cast its beam more than 20 miles out to sea, making it the brightest light on the Oregon coast.
Throughout its intriguing and colorful past, the lighthouse watched over many attending families, safely guided passing personal, commercial, and military vessels, oversaw the construction of Highway 101, hosted a WWII military outpost and Lane Community College’s satellite campus, and blessed many a wedding ceremony.
The lighthouse underwent a major, and historically accurate, restoration between 2011 and 2013.
The leisurely walk to the lighthouse is a quarter-mile uphill from the inn, which itself is a quarter mile from the public parking area. There is an interpretive center and gift shop with books, souvenirs, and other themed items as you begin the walk from the inn to the lighthouse.
Heceta Head Lighthouse is 11 miles north at Heceta Head Lighthouse State Scenic Viewpoint, (formerly Devil’s Elbow State Park). Day use parking is $5 or is covered by a $35 Oregon Coast Passport permit available at state parks.
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***This is a pet-friendly home, Max: 2 Dogs under 35 Lbs. ***