Rogue River Bridge, Gold Beach, Oregon
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Gold Beach is nestled on the Southern Oregon coast where the legendary Rogue River meets the powerful and scenic Pacific Ocean. Gold Beach offers countless adventures and beautiful panoramas in a mild climate.

Golf year-round at Cedar Bend, a beautiful course located in a scenic valley, or test your skill at miniature golf. Take an exhilarating jet boat trip up the river through the narrow canyons and swift rapids of the wild and scenic section of the Rogue, or experience wind surfing on one of the West's most breathtaking and breezy stretches of shoreline (not advised for beginners).

Fish the Rogue and seven smaller south coast streams for steelhead, salmon and other fish. Gold Beach is a year-round angler's paradise. Charter a summer ocean trip, or try your luck from shore. Explore the many acres of scenic wilderness surrounding the river. Hike the limitless trails of the Wild Rogue wilderness area and view eagles, osprey and deer. And when the sun sets you can spend the night at one of several lodges and wilderness campsites available only by trail or river.

Many people enjoy the spectacular scenery of the Oregon Coast Trail. With beach, grassy and wooded areas on the trail, it's just a few minutes away from Gold Beach. Some of the local trail portions frequently intersect with Highway 101, so short hikes of 1/2 to three miles can be planned, or try longer distances if you wish to travel several sections in one day.

After a day of new recreational experiences or just strolling along the beach looking for agates and other treasures, visit one of Gold Beach's excellent restaurants or stay in one of the beautiful motels or lodges. Or get away from it all, with a stay at an upriver inn, such as the four-star Tu Tu' Tun Lodge. Gold Beach invites you to enjoy the wonder of their area.

 


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