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Deerhart Lakehouse - Florence, Oregon.
Peaceful lake retreat with stunning views of Siltcoos Lake.
3 BR / 4 BA / Sleep 8
Master Bedroom: (upper level)
- King Size Bed
- Private Bathroom
- Walk-in Closet
- Lake Views
Second Bedroom: (upper level)
- Queen Size Bed
- Shared Bathroom
Third Bedroom: (lower level)
- Queen Bed
- full Bed
- Shared Bathroom
- Lake Views
- 2 Additional queen futons
- 2 Fully Stocked Kitchens
- Outdoor Dining Table (seats 6)
- Washer/ Dryer
- BBQ Grill
- 2 separate living areas
- 2 Kitchens
- Pet Friendly ( 2 Dogs Max )
- Rear Deck with Beautiful Lake Views
PROPERTY DISTANCE TO:
- 7 miles to Downtown Florence
- 8 miles to Ocean
- 6 miles to dunes access
This peaceful cozy pet friendly home sits on top of a hill overlooking the Siltcoos Lake, the largest freshwater lake on the Oregon Coast offering 2 complete separate living areas (upper and lower) views from the living room, master bedroom and patio as well as scenic views of the Siuslaw National forest and mountains.
A spacious master suite with king bed and lake views, two additional bedrooms one with a queen bed the other with a queen/twin bunkbed , 3 bathrooms (1 1/2 upper level 1 1/2 lower level), 2 kitchens and dining areas with plenty of seating for the whole family. Cozy living rooms on each level, an out door dinning table with seating for 8.
The largest lake on the central Oregon coast is also one of the region’s best fishing lakes, especially for warm water fish including largemouth bass.
It also is one of the few lakes in Oregon where you can keep a wild coho salmon in season.
Siltcoos Lake is a sprawling 3,164 acres located between Florence and Reedsport in the wonderful dune country of the central coastline.
Siltcoos is one of the most celebrated largemouth bass fisheries in Oregon and is among those mentioned in our article, Best Largemouth Bass Fishing in Western Oregon.
You’ll find tons of good bass cover all over the lake here, including fallen trees, drop-offs, points, islands and numerous coves and several longer creek arms. There also are some docks, especially where there are a fair number of private homes along the banks on the west and north sides of the lake, many clustered around the communities of Dunes City and North Beach.
Bass will often move up into the shallower water during the spring, when they spawn just off shore, and they can be aggressive then. They will stage a bit more off shore at other times.
Crappie also like to hang out around structure and may be found in shallower water during the spring. Sunken trees and pilings are good places to start.
Also, the lake is known to have good populations of less-pursued species including yellow perch, sunfish and bullhead catfish.
Trout are not the primary quarry for anglers here, but the Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife does stock a modest number of rainbow trout here. Look for those plantings to take place in late winter or early spring (March and April are good times to check the stocking schedule linked below).
Native cutthroat trout also live in the lake and its tributary streams and may be kept as part of your daily trout limit.
The coho salmon fishery here opens in October and runs through December. Fishing for these fish is usually not productive until significant rainfall draws in these large fish, which most often happens in November.
There are a modest number of coho caught and kept here, but it’s a fairly unique opportunity. Boaters catch most of the adult coho, often by trolling wobbling lures in the creek channels the salmon use to return to their home streams.
This home is a quick drive from multiple access points to the Oregon Dunes and ocean beaches including the popular access just out South Jetty Road, and the city of Florence is five miles north. The charming Old Town section of the city is filled with lovely shops, cafes, galleries, and restaurants. You will also be minutes from numerous trailheads for hiking or mountain biking. The coastal forests flourishing in Douglas fir and Sitka spruce extend nearly to the Ocean. Some trails wind up, over, and through sand dunes, offering hikers the opportunity to experience the unique natural wonders of this area. Bring your camera! Paddle Siltcoos River between Siltcoos Lake and the Pacific Ocean. This slow-moving, three-mile river is so ideal for paddlers that it’s a designated Canoe Trail. Take a scenic drive up Hwy 101 to Heceta Head Lighthouse where free tours are offered daily. Get your adrenalin flowing on a nearby dune buggy tour or with an ATV rental, or go crabbing from the Siuslaw Bay public fishing pier at the end of South Jetty road where crabbing is excellent from late spring until the fresh water from winter rains force the crabs out to the ocean.
For a local bite visit:
Darlings Marina located on the lake
4879 Darlings Loop
Florence, OR 97439
Where you can rent Boat's,Jet Ski's and Kayak's
Parking: 2 cars only plus one in the garage, No trailers, very limited parking. Shared driveway. Caution driveway entrance is steep and gravel. No Motorhomes or camping trailers permitted.
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