Economy Inn Reedsport

Address: 1593 Highway 101, Reedsport, Oregon, 97467, United States | Motel
 
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This motel, located on 1593 Highway 101, Reedsport, is near Oregon Dunes National Recreation Area.
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    Travel Blogs from Reedsport

    Cool start today

    A travel blog entry by rnrontheroad on Jul 09, 2015

    1 comment, 6 photos

    ... from that pier...it's so vast! We think the tide was out when we drove down hiway 101, the Coast Hiway as there seemed to be a lot of people walking on the exposed beach. There are signs everwhere about Tsunamis and what to do, where to go. Did not know this was a big issue here.... We've noticed that Oregonians don't like to waste words on their hiway signs...instead of saying 'trucks crossing ahead' or 'rocks on road' the signs simply say 'Rocks', 'Trucks', 'Elk', 'Slides', ...

    Oregon Pacific Windway

    A travel blog entry by alanhopkins on Aug 09, 2014

    ... down the Oregan and California (Highway 1) coast to reach San Fran.

    The first couple of hours were basic until we got near the coast and then the traffic picked up. We’d been looking forward for a while to just sitting on a beach and swimming etc but Marna had rather ruined that dream by basically saying it will be too cold to do either.

    She was right the whole day was bright but extremely windy and cold. We started in some horrible beach town ...

    Day 22

    A travel blog entry by warwicksoption on Sep 17, 2013

    6 photos

    ... had a look at that. The area around it reminded me of Greymouth and the sea passage into the Greymouth River as it seemed identical.

    After that we continued on to Coos Bay which is a city of some 15,967 residents, making it the largest city on the Oregon Coast. Prior to Europeans first visiting the Oregon coast, Native american tribes claimed the Coos Bay region as their homeland for thousands of years. Members of the Coos, Lower Umpqua, Siuslaw and ...

    Finally, something other than trees

    A travel blog entry by theheasleys on Aug 19, 2013

    5 photos

    ... dinner. Then we found a nice spot to watch the sun set over the Pacific Ocean.

    Before leaving this area the next day, another state park down the road had a very nice estate garden called Shore Acres. Then we went into Coos Bay because we had read that there would be a farmer's market there. It was huge and we got some fresh fruit we had been missing. The Master Gardeners had a booth there and ...

    Locals Beach and Tsunami Art Gallery

    A travel blog entry by h-bsteinle on Aug 09, 2013

    20 photos

    ... totally ours to walk and beachcomb! A fun outing and no wind!

    On the drive home we stopped at the Tsunami Art Gallery that exhibits paintings, weavings, pottery and bronzes. Beautiful art work!

    Stopping at the local bakery to check the goodies and over to the cannery to see what seafood was for sale were stops on the way home. The Crabby Shack ...