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Siuslaw National Forest, Corvallis

Categories: Forests, National Parks, Nature & Parks
Inspirock Rating:
4.5/5 based on 20+ reviews on the web
The Forest is situated within the Oregon Coast Range Mountains. The Siuslaw National Forest is bordered on the east by the Willamette Valley and the west by the Pacific Ocean and is one of only two national forests in the lower 48 states to claim oceanfront property. Marys Peak, the highest peak in the Coast Range at elevation 4,097, is a prominent view west of Corvallis
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  • We drove through this wonderful part of the Pacific Coast on our road trip south from Seattle to San Francisco. The road mostly hugs the coastline occasionally plunging inward into woods emerging agai...  read more »
  • Just a beautiful place to visit and such a close drive from the Coast or the Valley. You can see as far as the eye can see on a clear day. This is a great place to go hiking, relax, picnic or just tak...  read more »
  • I love hiking, taking it all in out in nature, love to come here and just see the trees and get away from everything. 
  • It is such a beautiful place with beautiful hikes. I could go to a new area everyday for a long long time until I got even remotely tired if seeing it's beautiful and diverse views...
  • Beautiful sights down almost every trail, and I doubt I've seen 10% of what it has to offer, the dunes, thors well. This is a place we adventure often.
  • So nice. We need more costal parks like this one
  • Last summer my family and I did a seven-week road trip all over the West. It's funny, but we always talk about how much we loved Siuslaw; it is nothing short of spectacular. In a trip dominated by national parks with huge land marks, Siuslaw has no single attraction (like a Half Dome, Jenny Lake, Hurricane Ridge, etc). The overall splendor of the place is so lovely though. Cape Perpetua is lovely - we loved the tide pools and Thor's Well. Honestly, Oregon is a stunning place - no shortage of things to see and do. But you need to make a point of visiting Siuslaw.
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