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Gold Beach is a city in Southern Oregon Coast.

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28.1 miles from Brookings Oregon on highway 101 28.2 miles from Port Orford

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  • Scenic drives. Well of course there's the coast. The stretch of US 101 between Gold Beach and Brookings to the south is considered one of the most "oooooohhh!" and "wow!" scenic drives in the state, and one that’s usually less trafficked than up north. Look for waysides; there are lots of picnic spots and hiking trails. But turn off the highway and you’ll find as much to be amazed by. Considered one of the most beautiful is Floras Lake County Park, off US 101 just north Port Orford. While you’re up here, check out nearby Cape Blanco State Park, the westernmost point in the continental United States, and the Elk River, also marked along US 101. Closer is the Lower Rogue River Highway, County Road 595, that takes you up and into the hills east of Gold Beach. A good map and recommendations from locals is your best bet when in town, because the drives vary with the season. Ask about azalea blooms and spring iris fields. **Goldbeach.org
  • Storm watching. For many people, storms are fascinating, and many visitors come to the coast during the winter to observe the forces of nature strike the coast with high winds and horizontal volleys of rain. But whether you park at the water's edge or watch from an ocean or river front room, the raging surf is an experience you won't soon forget. Weather in Gold Beach is spectacular, dramatic, and unpredictable. Storm watching doesn't necessarily mean pulling on rain gear and leaning into 60 MPH winds. In fact, huge waves created by swells from storms still out at sea precede the actual storm. The sun can be shining and the wind only a calm breeze as you watch heavy surf crash into a headland, cape or jetty. The result? The airborne mist and cream-like froth cascade over the rocks, leaving you mesmerized. The months of November through February bring the biggest surf, and the most excitement for storm watchers. Thankfully, there are many overlooks, viewpoints and state parks north and south of Gold Beach on Highway 101 that are excellent locations to begin your winter storm watching adventures.
  • Winter at the beach. Outdoor activities: Winter season is a great time to be on the southern Oregon coast. Beachcombing is actually best when turmultuous seas deposit a variety of treasures on local beaches. Luckily, Gold Beach enjoys a very temperate climate that allows for outdoor activities even in mid-winter, and it's not unusual to have a major wind or rainstorm followed by a series of warm, bright and sunny days, with blue skies chasing the clouds away. Actually, the possibilities are almost endless when it comes to winter-time activities: Whale watch, storm watch, beachcomb, hike, crab and ride horses. Of course, whale and storm watching can also be enjoyed in the comfort of your room or vehicle. Indoor activities: From a cozy river or oceanfront room, you can snuggle up to a fire, relax in a hot tub, read a book or sip piping-hot cup of coffee. When you venture out, enjoy a fresh Dungeness crab and other delicacies at local eateries. Then, wander through the several art galleries and gift shops in town.
  • Art galleries and artists. The town is home to several local artists, and some of them even open their studio doors to visitors while they’re working. Oils, watercolors, photography, jewelry and sculpture inspired by the local resources and scenery — or just plain inspired — may be the perfect memento to take home. Ever wanted to take an art class? Many of our well recognized local artists make arrangements for instruction and hold workshops. Be sure to skroll down below for links and contact information. The local galleries hold an Art Roll from time to time: Catch the FREE mini-bus at any of five Gold Beach art galleries and enjoy the tour filled with magnificent fine art, music, refreshments and demonstrations by local artists! Win a prize if you complete the circuit, its free.

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  • Bike the Rogue River. Bicycle the scenic and wild Rogue River on the Oregon Coast on September 10, 2011, then finish off your day and the Gold Beach Brew and Art Fest. Cycle routes begin at Curry County Fairgrounds Hwy 101, Gold Beach, Oregon. The route then follows Jerry’s Flat Road along the south bank with check points at Lobster Creek, 11 miles beyond Lobster Creek, and at Agness. Route retraces itself back to the Curry County Fairgrounds.
  • Birding, wildlife, farmlife. In addition to beachcombers, adventure seekers and trailblazers, look who else flocks to GOLD BEACH...Hutton's Vireo, Greater White-fronted Goose, Common Merganser, American Dipper, Wild Turkey, Bald Eagle, Red-tailed Hawk, Peregrine Falcon, Downy Woodpecker, Northern Flicker, Winter Wren, Red-breasted Nuthatch, Chestnut-backed Chickadee, Varied Thrush, Song Sparrow, White-crowned Sparrow, Golden-crowned Sparrow, Spotted Towhee, Dark-eyed Junco, Lesser Goldfinch to name a few. How about visiting a fully operational rural farm. GB&K Farm Enterprises established in 1994, this family started their own organic farm adding animals for sale and pure enjoyment. In 2007, after numerous requests from friends to visit their farm, they decided to open it for free public tours to see an actual operating farm. They raise various breeds of sheep, goats, minature horses, rabbits, produce and eggs, manure and compost for sale. They also have miniature goats and donkeys. Other animals on the farm include llama, alpaca, & chickens. The mix is constantly changing due to sales and births. Ample bus parking available. Call 541-247-7223 to make arrangements.
  • Brew and Art Fest [1]. 10 September 2011, noon to 10PM. Doreen Nielson, Event Chairman, phone 541-490-1593, fax 541-2473151, email goldbeachbrewartfest@yahoo.com. The 4th Annual Gold Beach Brew and Art Festival. This is the place to sample micro-brews, check out different arts and crafts, satisfy your appetite and enjoy or dance to live music at the most scenic portion of the Oregon Coast. Two new exciting additions this year: A classic car show and a bike ride.
  • Crabbing & Clamming. Who knew a crab could be funny? It's true: for novices, pulling up and dealing with one of these spindly creatures can be seriously hilarious. Dungeness crab, thought by many to be among the sea's finest delicacies, is thick in this area from midsummer to late fall, and available most of the rest of the year (commercial crabbing is closed Aug. 15 to Nov. 30). Rent a crab ring at The Rogue Outdoor Store and follow the directions of your friendly crabber and tonight you'll dine in style. Anyone who's paid $40 for a fancy clam dinner will be shocked by how easy it is to dig up and prepare your own for the cost of… well, a shovel and cooking pot; Razor clams take up concentrated residence in the sands of Bailey Beach and Myers Beach. For butter clams, you have to travel a bit: 24 miles north to Rocky Point.
  • Festival of Quilts. 17-18 September 2011 will be the dates for the Gold Beach Quilters’ 27th Annual Quilt Show. The venders that will be participating and selling their wares this year are: Wooden Spools, Linda Edwards Fiber Arts, Forget-Me-Knots, Laurie Harshman, Karen Reyman, - African Fabrications, Electric Hospital & Second Chance Dolls. The CASA Raffle Quilt launched at last year’s show will be displayed, with tickets for sale, and then the wining ticket will be drawn Sunday, September 18th an 3:30. Participants need not be present to win. All proceeds from this raffle will benefit the Curry County court Appointed Special Advocate program. The Gold Beach Quilters and their friends from all over Curry County created this quilt. The machine quilting for this project was done by Shelley Knapp of Brookings, making this work of love a true Curry County quilt. It is a “must see” and is a very coveted item for those who have bought tickets. A free Basics of Quilting class will be offered during the Quilt Show on Saturday from 11:30 AM to 1:30 PM. Participants will complete a quilted potholder to take home. Please bring a working sewing machine with needle, scissors to cut thread, two fat quarters (18” by 20”) of coordinating colors, neutral colored thread, and a needle for hand sewing . If you have them, please bring a rotary cutter, cutting ruler and cutting mat; the Gold Beach Quilters Guild will have these available to borrow during the class. Class size is limited, please call 541-247-0710 to register with your name and your phone number. The show is being held Saturday, September 17th from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. and Sunday from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. at the Event Center Curry County Fairgrounds in Gold Beach. Admission is $2.50 per person at the door.
  • Fishing & Guided Fishing. Gold Beach offers World class fishing year round!! The restricted Ocean recreational salmon fishing will have no effect on the Rogue River. Consequently, salmon fishing at the mouth of the Rogue may be improved as a result. And there's ocean fishing for lots of other fish! Anyone can toss out a line on a sunny summer day, but winter brings out the real anglers, especially for steelhead -one of the sport's great challenges. December through March is one of the locals' favorite times of the year, because Gold Beach typically has multiple days of sunshine and mild weather. Steelhead fishing reaches its peak in February, with opportunities to cast in as many as five rivers within a five-minute to one-hour drive from the center of town. Steelhead are sea-run rainbow trout that range in size up to 20 pounds; average is 4 to 8 pounds. You can fish in a variety of ways depending on the river and conditions, and can cover up to 12 miles of river a day. How does a covered, heated 21-foot powerboat sound? Or an open drift boat with heater? These vessels carry two to four people, depending on conditions and fishing method; guides, boats, licenses and tackle are available in Gold Beach. If you don't want to drift up, you can drive upstream; locals can point out public river access spots for good fishing. Now the Ocean is a different kettle of fish altogether - lingcod and rockfish at this time of year. And Gold Beach offers the best ocean bottom fishing opportunities on the Oregon Coast. It's done just a few miles offshore in 40 to 125 feet of water, with great catches of excellent-eating seafood. If you're looking to charter a boat in the winter, it's best to call ahead (see fishing search below), because weather definitely affects accessibility for safety reasons, current conditions and anglers' preferences. Ocean charters can be arranged for parties of two or more.
  • Jet Boat Tours. Gold Beach is synonymous with jet boats and is the gateway to the Wild & Scenic portion of the Rogue River. Departing from Gold Beach is the only way to get jet boat access to this pristine "Wild Section." The trips are considered a must-do during any Gold Beach visit — at least in the months between May and October. Two outfits run the boats up the Wild and Scenic Rogue River on trips of 64, 80 and 104 round-trip miles, the longer, the wilder — in terms of whitewater and scenery. Excursions include lunch or dinner stopovers at upriver lodges (meal price extra). Jet boats are designed specifically for safely navigating strong currents and shallow riffles, so you can relax as trained pilots treat you to tall tales and river lore, incredible scenery and sightings of black bear, river otters, eagles and the rare mountain lion. Mail Boat Hydro-Jets is a descendant of the original mail boats that have carried news and parcels from the outside world to settlers upriver since 1895. Mail Boat Hydro-Jets runs trips in open vessels and in the Rogue Queen, a glass-enclosed excursion boat that’s ideal for rainy days and perfect for tour groups and champagne cruises. An adventure with Jerry’s Rogue Jets begins in their museum, where just about anything you need to know about the area’s colorful history is on display in photos, artifacts and dioramas. Then get on board to learn the true meaning of "wild and scenic" from folks who’ve run these trips since 1958. Reservations are highly recommended for both outfitters, though same-day openings are available if you’re lucky. Overnight stays at lodges upriver are another option; check out their websites, above, for details.
  • Wine Art & Music Festival. 14-15 May 2011, Event Center on the Beach, Hwy 101. Sa 11AM-7PM, Su noon-5PM. Admission is $10 for guests 21 and over which includes a limited-edition, commemorative wine glass and a free tasting. Guests under 21 are admitted free. Whether your interest is fine art, wine tasting, experiencing gourmet treats or gazing out over the majestic Pacific Ocean, the 24th Annual Art, Wine and Music Festival hosted by America’s Wild Rivers Coast and Gold Beach Chamber of Commerce is the place to be. This year’s event will once again be held at the Event Center on the Beach in Gold Beach, just a short walk away from one of Oregon’s finest beaches. The two-day event, scheduled for May 14 and 15, promises to be better than ever. Wine connoisseurs know that Oregon is producing some of the finest wines in the country, many of them from the Umpqua Valley. The exciting news is that sixteen of them will be showcased for your tasting at this venue. One admission ticket is good for the entire two-day venue. You may need all that time to fully experience everything the venue has to offer. Come early and take your time visiting with each winery representative. Be sure to ask Henry Estate Winery about their practice of holding back wines from market for as many as two years longer than most other wineries to ensure the proper balance and character known as their signature. At River’s Edge Winery, ask about their low-tech, hands-on approach utilizing small batch fermentation and barrel aging. Participating wineries have fascinating histories and stories to tell. After tasting, grab your favorite glass of wine and browse through the many art displays offered by some of the finest galleries and artists in the region. Or, just sit and relax and enjoy the music. Not into wines? For the fourth year in a row, the Brew Pub will be open on the second level of the Docia Sweet building featuring special brews from the Mad River Brewing Company, live music will be available in the courtyard for your listening pleasure and the Garden Club Floral Show will be joining the lineup of fun and interesting events added to the festival.

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Think of downtown Gold Beach as the anti-mall. This is small-town shopping at its purest, and you'll have fun meeting people who actually own and run their own businesses. It makes the coffee taste better, and every local has a story.

Digging around in dusty attics your idea of fun? More than a few Gold Beach shops and cafes are stocked with the kind of things you're looking for, like battered miner’s equipment and Japanese glass floats, depression glass and crockery, and possibly the iced tea or cappuccino you need to fortify you for the hunt.

Expect lots of local items such as fresh seafood, art, gifts, outdoor gear, myrtlewood sculptures and books.

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  • Anna's by the sea, 29672 Stewart St, 541-247-2100. Wine bar, bistro and wine shop. Intelligent wine selections and an unpretentious menu at prices so modest, almost anyone can feel comfortable. Tu, Sa 5:30PM-8:30PM, W-F 11:30AM-1:30PM, 5:30PM-8:30PM.
  • Asciana's, 29745 Ellensburg Ave (at the Sea Star Spirit House), 541-247-9759. Burritos, tacos and more. Wifi, Oregon Lottey games, Buzztime. M-Th 11:30AM8PM, F-Sa 11:30AM-10PM
  • Barnacle Bistro [2], 29805 Ellensburg Ave, 541-247-7799. Go coastal with Barnacle Bistro! We are open daily for lunch and dinner, serving our very popular fish 'n chips, burgers, hot sandwiches, soups, salads, and of course, local fish and seafood specials, beer and wine. The menu changes frequently based on season and what the chef wishes to make. So, do come join us for indoor or outdoor dining at this newest Gold Beach restaurant.
  • Coffee Dock, 29975 Harbor Way, (541) 247-9456. Espresso, coffees, teas, pastries,fresh bagels & breakfast foods. Located at the Cannery Building in the Port of Gold Beach.
  • Cone Amor, 29975 Harbor Way, (541) 247-4270. Hand dipped ice cream, sundaes & shakes. Come make a memory! Located at the Cannery Building at the Port.
  • Cougar Lane Lodge, 04219 Agness Rd, Agness, 541-247-7233. On the east shore of the Rogue River, Cougar Lane is family owned and operated and welcomes you to relax in the Cougar Den Cocktail Lounge, and enjoy dining in the Dining Room or on their large deck overlooking the Rogue River, serving breakfast, lunch and dinner.
  • Crow's Nest Lounge, 29850 Ellensburg Ave, (541) 247-6837 or 247-6900. Pizza, burgers, seafood, home of the fish taco. Ocean view. All Oregon Lottery games. Sorry, no minors.
  • Dairy Queen Brazier, 29565 Ellensburg Ave, (541) 247-6811. Hamburgers, hot dogs, chicken and fish sandwiches. Cones, splits, parfaits and blizzards. Kids menu available.
  • Double D's Cafe, 29441 Ellensburg Avenue Suite 6, 541-247-6565. Breakfast and lunch. 8AM-3PM.
  • Fishermen Direct Seafoods, 29975 Harbor Way, (541) 247-9494. Fresh seafood (crab & shrimp cocktails). Nationally acclaimed canned tuna.
  • Happy Days Malt Shop, Harbor Way, 541-247-0402. Authenic soda fountain bar, serving ice cream creations,hamburgers,hot dogs, melts,sandwiches,salads and beverages.
  • Honey Bear Campground, 34161 Ophir Rd, Ophir, (541) 247-2765. Steak and German dinners and live entertainment.

Indian Creek Café 94682 Jerry's Flat Road Gold Beach (541) 247-0680 Omelettes, pancakes, waffles, sandwiches, & salads. Breakfast or lunch. Where Indian Creek meets the Rogue River.

Lucas Lodge 03904 Cougar Lane Rd. Agness 541-247-7443 Delicious County-style meals are served twice daily. Our specialty is a cast iron, pan-fried Country Chicken dinner, seasonal garden fresh vegetables, hot buttery whipped potatoes, coleslaw or fresh sliced tomatoes, pickles, oven fresh biscuits or rolls with jam, dessert and beverage. Please call for reservations.

Nor'Wester Seafood (www.norwesterseafood.com) Port of Gold Beach

(541) 247-2333 Fine dining at the Harbor. Great food and drinks since 1980. Beautiful views and atmosphere are yours at the boat basin.

Panther's Den Pizza & Deli 29513 Ellensburg Ave. (Hwy 101) Gold Beach (541) 247-8899 Pizza, pasta, chicken, hot sandwiches, salad bar, homemade soup and much much more. Umpqua Ice Cream. Beer and wine. Arcade games for all ages. Private party/meeting room. We deliver!

Playa Del Sol 29455 Ellensburg Ave. (Hwy 101) Gold Beach (541) 247-0314 Family-run Mexican food restaurant, wine, margaritas, luncheon specials. Featuring shrimp and crab enchiladas.

Port Hole Café (www.portholecafe.com) Port of Gold Beach

(541) 247-7411 Sandwiches, clam chowder, fresh seafood, homemade pies. Serving lunch and dinner. Located on the waterfront. Now serving brunch Saturdays and Sundays from 10am to 3pm. Open Monday through Friday 11am till 9pm and on the weekend 10am till 9pm

Rachael's Coffeehouse 29707 Ellensburg Avenue (Hwy 101) Gold Beach 541-247-2495 Coffeehouse bakery, espresso, and internet cafe.

River Dogs At the Port of Gold Beach Gold Beach 541-621-2014 All Beef Hot Dogs, Polish Dogs, Hamburgers, Sloppy Joes, BBQ Pulled Pork, Chili in a Baked Corn Bread bowl, hot/cold drinks and more. Check daily for baked goodies!

Rogue River Apple Works (www.rogueriverappleworks.com) 29750 Ellensburg Ave (Hwy 101) Gold Beach 541-247-6809 Fresh Bake Bread Daily, pastries and coffee. Weekday $5 special lunches. Also serving Taylor hotdogs & drinks daily. Open Monday thru Saturday 9-4. www.rogueriverappleworks.

Rollin' In Dough Bakery & Bistro 94257 North Bank Rogue Road Gold Beach 541-247-4438 Open Tuesday thru Sunday -Breakfast served: 7:00 to 11:00 am, Sunday Brunch: 7:00 am to 1 pm Lunch served from 11:00 am to 2pm. Organic & Oregon Ingredients used whenever possible.

Singing Spring Resort On the Rogue River in Agness 5 miles downriver from Foster Bar. Agness 541-247-6162 Singing Springs All-You-Can-Eat Lunch and Dinner buffets include the Graden, Salad and Dessert Bar. Delicious sandwiches, Salads and Desserts. Oregon Craft and Premium Beers on Tap, Deschutes Brewery beers and Pacirfc Northwest Wines.

Spinner's Seafood, Steak & Chophouse 29430 Ellensburg Ave. (Hwy 101) Gold Beach (541) 247-5160 Open nightly from 4:30 pm. "Get hooked, join us for dinner and return often!" Fresh seafood, pasta, primerib, choice beef & chops. Children's menu, on the ocean side of Highway 101.

Subway 29545 Ellensburg Ave Gold Beach 541-247-6500 We offer a variety of sandwiches, salads and wraps, and encourage you to customize your order to satisfy your taste.

Sunset Family Pizza (Formally Grant's Restaurant) 29790 Ellensburg Ave. (Hwy 101) Gold Beach (541) 247-7208 Located in downtown Gold Beach. Serving lunch and dinner 7 days a week, from 11:00am to 8:00pm Sunday through Thursday and closing at 10pm. Friday and Saturday. Specialties, pizza, sandwiches, salads and more. Family game room makes this a great place for teens and families.

The Bite's On At Lex's Landing 94224 North Bank rogue Rd. Gold Beach 541-425-0362 Serving breakfast and lunch to go or eat on the picnic table over looking the Rogue River

The Bridge Restuarant and Bar 94321 Wedderburn Loop Gold Beach 541-247-6465 Dinner,full bar and Gourmet Coastal Cuisine. We focus on organics. Lottery, Video Poker & Card Room. Across from Jot's Resort Open 4:00 till 12:00 / Closed at 10 pm on Sunday. Closed Monday and Tuesday.

The Cape Cafe 29251 Ellensburg Ave. (Hwy 101) Gold Beach 541-247-6114 The Cape Cafe is open for Dinners 7 days a week 4:30 to 9:30PM Fresh, Steaks & Seafood, local fare, Plus vegetarian menu.... Organic - Healthy

Wedderburn Store 94219 North Bank Rogue Wedderburn (541) 247-7604 Hot deli, sandwiches, hamburgers, chicken, ribs, smoked turkey legs, desserts. Fresh baked bread and homemade pies are our specialty!

Wong's Café 29775 Ellensburg Ave. (Hwy 101) Gold Beach (541) 247-7423 Chinese cuisine. Easy access. Friendly service. Reasonable prices. Visa/MC.

Y Knot Cafe 29844 Ellensburg Avenue Gold Beach 541-247-6767 Now serving Crabby Patties, soup, salad and more. Open Monday thru Friday 10:00AM - 4:00

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Lodging

If you can’t decide between an ocean experience or river, chances are your Gold Beach lodging will be pretty close to both. Along the coast and up the Rogue, local innkeepers have hosted former presidents, movie stars and other folks just like you. Some places sit right on the main highway, some are reached only by boat or helicopter. Some will serve you meals caught that afternoon or picked from an organic garden, others will steer you in the direction of a favorite tavern or coffeehouse.

Our list below shows all your lodging options in Gold Beach; call ahead to ask about any specials they might be running! Just scroll down below to access all links...


Motels / Hotels / Lodges - Prices quoted are for 2 people, 1 bed, 1 night. Note: properties require at least 24-hour cancellation notice.


Azalea Lodge - WIFI Available 29481 Ellensburg Ave. (Hwy 101) Gold Beach, OR 97444 (866) 381-6635 (541) 247-6635

Beach Resort at Turtle Rock (formally Turtle Rock Resort)- WIFI Available (86) 28788 Hunter Creek Loop Gold Beach, OR 97444 (800)353-9754 (541)247-9203

Clear Sky Lodging 29350 Clear Sky Lane Gold Beach, OR 97444 541-247-9941

Gold Beach Inn - WIFI available 29346 Ellensburg Ave. (Hwy 101) Gold Beach, OR 97444 (888) 663-0608 (541) 247-7091

Gold Beach Resort & Condos-WIFI available 29232 Ellensburg Ave. (Hwy 101) Gold Beach, OR 97444 (800) 541-0947 (541) 247-7066

Inn of the Beachcomber - WIFI available 29266 Ellensburg Ave. (Hwy 101) Gold Beach, OR 97444 (888) 690-2378 (541) 247-6691

Ireland's Rustic Lodges - WIFI available 29330 Ellensburg Ave. (Hwy 101) Gold Beach, OR 97444 (877) 447-3526 (541) 247-7718

Jot's Resort & Condominiums - WIFI available 94360 Wedderburn Loop Gold Beach, OR 97444 (800) 367-5687 (541) 247-6676

Motel 101 (Formally Sand Dollar Inn) - WIFI available 29399 Ellensburg Ave. (Hwy 101) Gold Beach, OR 97444 (866) 726-3657 (541) 247-6611

Motel 6 - WIFI available (12) 94433 Jerry's Flat Rd. Gold Beach, OR 97444 (800) 759-4533 (541) 247-4533

Oregon Trail Lodge WIFI available, complimentary Long Distace and International calling in the room. Low rate Hostel rooms. 29855 Ellensburg Ave. (Hwy 101) Gold Beach, OR 97444 (541) 247-6030

Pacific Reef Hotel and Resort- WIFI available 29362 Ellensburg Ave. (Hwy 101) Gold Beach, OR 97444 (800) 808-7263 (541) 247-6658

Rogue Pacific Motel 29459 Ellensburg Ave. (Hwy 101) Gold Beach, OR 97444 (541) 247-7444

TuTuTun Lodge 96550 North Bank Rogue Gold Beach, OR 97444 800-864-6357 541-247-6664

Wild Chinook Inn - WIFI Available 94200 Harlow St. & Hwy 101 Gold Beach, OR 97444 (877)344-6675 (541) 247-6675 20

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28.1 miles from Brookings Oregon on highway 101 28.2 miles from Port Orford



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