Park Motel

85034 Highway 101 South, Florence, Oregon, 97439, United States | Motel
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This motel, located on 85034 Highway 101 South, Florence, is near Sand Master Park.
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    Travel Blogs from Florence

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    A travel blog entry by mikenda on May 12, 2014

    5 photos

    ... and going to.
    After lunch we strolled along the boardwalk checking out the shops and the bridge. We even found Mo's Tavern. Homer wasn't there yet. Then stopped for an ice cream cone for dessert. It was so sweet. I felt like I was being courted. We found a channel 9 news crew by the boardwalk and pointed out the sun to them. The photographer was rather surprised to see the huge halo around it.
    We ...

    Day 146-49 - Driving in a Driving Rain/Rain Storm

    A travel blog entry by 10sandy on Sep 22, 2013

    3 comments, 36 photos

    ... fun by any means!!
    The coastline was gray and lots of action on those waves with the spray just reaching upwards as they curl crashed down. Pretty cool.

    We pass the towns of Seal Rock (Driftwood Beach; Waldport and Yachats (Cape Perpetua and Devils Churn inside the Siuslaw National Forest), as we make our way to Florence, from Newport. After finding a place to pull off for 1/2 hour to wait out the storm, we finally make it to our destination ...

    The Beach and Points West & North of Florence

    A travel blog entry by h-bsteinle on Aug 06, 2013

    19 photos

    ... the sea, sends out the strongest beam of light on the coast and is visible 21 miles out to sea. There’s a trail up to the lighthouse and lightkeeper’s house that’s now a bed and breakfast. The parking lot was packed, so we just checked out the beach area and headed on up the coast.

    Next stop was Cape Perpetua, 2700 acres of beach area, old growth forests and lots of hiking paths throughout. ...

    Hiking and lots of Dunes!

    A travel blog entry by onyfootprintz on Jun 24, 2013

    10 photos

    ... that night after all that fresh ocean air. Once we realized we have been hiking pretty much every day of our trip so far, we decided it was time to give our hiking boots a rest and strap on the sand boards to experience the dunes out behind our campground. It is amazing how you literally step out of these old growth rainforests right into the dunes that are made of this beautiful fine sand of sweeping hills for miles and miles! So we packed the backpack ...

    Brh!! It's So Cold on the Oregon Coast

    A travel blog entry by lstoneham on Aug 17, 2012

    24 photos

    If you only read the first paragraph of this entry, you will hear about the most fun thing of our whole trip—the Sandland Adventures Sand Rail Tour on the towering Oregon Dunes. Exhilarating! Fast, high, and zooming around the curves of the towering dunes, as well as cruising down the cold Pacific Ocean beach. Endless shifting sands, unique tree islands, huge blue lakes, fresh water ponds, not to mention the occasional mouth full of sand our driver ...