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In Gold Beach, vacation rentals start at $60 per night.
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About Gold Beach
Are you searching for the perfect getaway? One with untouched forests, secluded beaches, mountain hiking, and windsurfing? You'll find it all in the beautiful coastal town of Gold Beach, Oregon. Gold Beach is the perfect blend of beauty and activities. Explore the wild and racing Rogue River, hook a salmon, or hike through the Siskiyou Mountains. There's natural beauty everywhere. Gold Beach will truly be your retreat from the world. The story of Gold Beach begins with Native American cultures and wars, Spanish explorers and European fur trappers, ranchers, gold miners, loggers, fishermen, mill workers, and town folk, all building a special life nestled only 40 miles north of the California border. In the mid-1800s after gold was discovered in California, prospectors began pouring into the area. Soon, people also began making a living on salmon, logging, tanning, and mining copper and other minerals.
Things to do in Gold Beach
With Gold Beach's relatively mild weather, it's no wonder that the town revolves around the water. It's a center for fishing of all sorts, river explorations, and camping along the rivers and streams. Fill your day with adrenaline by going whitewater jet boating, kayaking, windsurfing, or wilderness mountain hiking and biking. Of course, many come just to relax by walking down the sandy beach, wading in a tide pool, playing a round of golf, or tasting the freshest seafood around.
Day trips from Gold Beach
Trade the ocean for the lake and reveal a whole new set of wonders. Crater Lake is the deepest lake in America, and one of the deepest on Earth. Surrounded by cliffs almost 2000 feet high, you'll have the opportunity for snowshoeing and cross-country skiing in the winter and boating and picnicking in the summer. Don't miss the scenic drive around Rim Drive. If you want to try the river too, take a two and a half hour road trip to Grants Pass, Oregon's whitewater rafting capital. Rogue River flows right through the city, and if you're left tired from your adrenaline filled day, there are endless options for high-quality food and drink, shopping, and history.
Gold Beach accommodations
With 13 motels and 22 vacation rentals, Gold Beach offers you plenty of options for your stay. One true gem in the Pacific Northwest is the Pacific Reef Hotel. You'll love this hotel's spacious rooms, outdoor theater, and friendly service. However, since Gold Beach is in the banana belt along the Oregon Coast, camping is the most popular option. With two forest service parks, one port-owned campground, and multiple private RV parks, the area has several great places to pitch a tent or park an RV. Gold Beach RV Park is located in the heart of downtown and puts you in the middle of shopping restaurants, and of course, the "great wilderness."
Transportation in Gold Beach
The most common way to get to Gold Beach is by car or RV. If you're coming from the north, drive south on Interstate 5 past Eugene, then go west on Hwy. 38 to the coast, then south on US 101 to Gold Beach. From the east, drive west on Hwy. 199, then go north on US 101. From the south, travelers are advised to drive north on Interstate 5, then Hwy. 20 west toward Ukiah, then US 101 north to Gold Beach. If you're traveling by air, private, chartered, or corporate planes are welcome through the Gold Beach Municipal Airport.
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