1730 NW 9th Street
Corvallis, OR 97330
Phone: (541) 753-4320
Fax: (541) 754-0535
All of Oregon's coastline is spectacular, from the rocky volcanic bluffs to the sand-swept dunes, but this destination tops the list of quality coastal attractions. Twenty-three miles of pathways through the untouched Suislaw Forest offer exceptional coastal views. Within the 2,700-acre scenic area you will also find the Spouting Horn, Devil's Churn and Cook's Chasm. A campground and visitors' center can also be found. Cape Perpetua Lookout is the Oregon Coast's highest point.
One of only two forests in the continental United States to border the Pacific Ocean, Siuslaw offers visitors the rare chance to witness the power of the sea and the tranquility of the mountains in the same context. Due to the nearness of the ocean, the weather in this 630,395-acre forest can change rapidly. Hiking, camping and other activities are available in the three wilderness areas within its borders: Rock Creek, Cummins Creek and Drift Creek. A Forest Service parking pass may be required.