So Important to a Gold Beach Hotel…
With the timber industry all but gone, Gold Beach has transformed into a tourism-driven economy. The one constant that has remained the same in Gold Beach from past to present is it’s location. Simply put, Gold Beach is perfectly placed for outdoor pleasures. Millions of acres of forests, the Rogue River and the Pacific Ocean all meet at Gold Beach. The relatively mild weather is another plus. Gold Beach has more ‘sun days’ than any other town on the Oregon or Washington coasts.
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Hmmm, should we stroll barefoot on the beach, hire a professional salmon fishing guide, hike some coastal trails, kayak, visit unique shops, bicycle, windsurf, watch myrtle wood being made into works of art, swim, check out the tide pools, watch the sunset, take a jet boat ride, take in one of the annual events, visit Port Orford Heads, Cape Blanco Lighthouse, golf, visit Old Town Bandon and the Game Park, bird watch, paint, dine at any number of good restaurants, take photos, look for agates and other treasures on the beaches, explore Samuel Boardman Scenic Corridor, visit the Redwoods, storm watch, step back in time at Prehistoric Gardens, stand-up paddle, whale watch, ride horses on the beach, visit Ocean World and Trees Of Mystery, hike some inland trails, try your luck at one of the nearby casinos, board a charter boat and fish the Pacific Ocean, take a scenic drive, have a cup of coffee or glass of wine on our deck, read a good book, soak in the hot tub or just enjoy the serenity and views of the river?
The list of possibilities for adventure in and around Gold Beach is nearly endless. Of course, you can do as much…or as little as you wish at Rogue River Lodge, near Gold Beach, Oregon.