America’s Wild Rivers Coast to the Heart of the Dunes, Oregon's South Coast presents an unspoiled coastal experience filled with windsurfing, fishing, exploring the most accessible and spectacular beaches in Oregon and a retreat providing Eco Friendly Travel.
AMERICA’S WILD RIVERS COAST - Starting at the Oregon/California border and stretching North to Port Orford, Oregon, America’s Wild Rivers Coast offers 101 miles of nature’s best. Historic Port Orford is the oldest townsite on the Oregon coast and is the northern gateway to America’s Wild Rivers Coast. With the only open water port in 600 miles and two wild rivers, commercial and sport fishing, diving, windsurfing, and beachcombing opportunities are plentiful. Port Orford is also one of the best whale watching spots on the Oregon coast.
You'll need more than one day to explore the Southern Oregon Coast, its spectacular shoreline with some of the best beach access in Oregon, its towering forests and some of the last remaining wild rivers in America. That's why we suggest you check into the WildSpring Guest Habitat, a small, ecofriendly resort in Port Orford. This inn has Green Lodging Certification through the Oregon Bed and Breakfast Guild and sits on 5 secluded acres, it offers luxury accommodations in a naturally beautiful environment. Elegant cabin suites built like small homes, filled with art and antiques. Their guest hall, sculpture garden and open-air slate spa overlook the ocean.
Fabulous fishing, hiking and exploring can be found in almost every city along this stretch of Oregon Coast. Quaint shops and dining in historic downtown settings, quiet walks on the beach at sunset, the excitement of catching your own dinner of clams, crab or fish will fill your days. Sleep to the sound of wind through the trees and wake up to deer outside your window. And while you are on the beach, be sure to look for the majestic gray whale that migrates along the coast in the spring and winter.