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Discover a woodcutter with chainsaw in hand, a store dedicated to every imaginable chair, stroll the streets, dine at local restaurants, window shop local establishments, be graciously received from some of the finest folk you'll ever encounter. Yes, this route holds great viewing and engaging...More
I enjoyed this route better than Route 126 between Florence and Eugene Oregon. I prefer the 38 route more than likely since the drive tended to be more enjoyable. I would recommend Route 126 as well but for a while I can honestly text that...More
As Oregon 38 follows the Umpqua River from the Coast Range Mountains to the Pacific, it crosses the river only once, at Scottsburg, The crossing is by a steel continuous Warren through truss bridge, designed by veteran Oregon Coast bridge-builder Conde McCullough. (This is one...More
This scenic route is full of natural beauty that is not to be missed. Wildlife includes elk herds in fields, soaring bald eagles, and, in fall, salmon in the Umpqua River. Route 38 is mostly a two lane road but traffic is not heavy &...More
This is a beautiful coast route and seems like the best one off I-5 I've ever been on and I was born and raised in Oregon. Elkton has a couple of great restaurants (Arlene's) along the way and Tyee Landing restaurant is also VERY good!...More
Heading south from Highway 101 in Reedsport Oregon to Scottsburg Oregon apron 20 miles is just beautiful. The 20 mile drive travels the whole way along the Umpqua River. You will see a herd of Elk as you just head south out of Reedsport, and...More