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~CAPE BLANCO LIGHTHOUSE~
Built in 1870, this historic Cape Blanco Lighthouse is still in operation. The lighthouse guides our local fishing fleets at night. As the lighthouse juts out 1 1/2 miles in to the Pacific Ocean, it's amazing to take a summer tour.
This isolated lighthouse holds at least four Oregon records: it is the oldest continuously operating light, the most westerly, it has the highest focal plane above the sea, (256 feet), and Oregon’s first woman keeper, Mabel E. Bretherton.
~ODFW HUNTING/FISHING LICENSES~
The Elk and Sixes Rivers are well known for their trophy Chinook & Steel-head Salmon. With Spring and Fall runs, if you like fishing, these rivers are the place to be.
Hunting/Fishing licenses/tags are available at our Wildland Properties office location. We also sell Courtright Killer lures, salmon and trout fishing starter kits. "Fish On"
Breaking ground this year, a 354 acre site boasts some of the best oceanfront golfing landscape in North America, including views of the Elk River Valley and Cape Blanco Lighthouse to the north, the Port Orford Headlands to the south and reef islands just offshore, as well as the mountains of the Coast Range inland. The course routing, which includes several blufftop holes, will close each nine with a shared green overlooking the Pacific Ocean in what some say could be among the most thrilling finishes in golf. (written by Pacific Gales)
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One of the best qualities of the Southern Oregon Coast is it's seasonal abundance. Such as whales swimming by, the edible mushrooms everywhere, wild-edible berries, beach-combing. And let's not forget about clamming, crabbing, fishing, hunting, hiking, swimming, mining, diving, boating, surfing, kayaking and river rafting.