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FlorenceThe Florence area was originally inhabited by the Siuslaw tribe of Native Americans and is located on the Oregon Coast at the mouth of the Siuslaw River about the same latitude as Eugene, Oregon. Florence is approximately midway between the other major central Oregon coastal cities of Newport and Coos Bay.

One tradition states the city was named for state senator A. B. Florence, who represented Lane County from 1858 – 1860; another is that Florence was named for a French vessel that was wrecked at the mouth of the Siuslaw River on February 17, 1875. Whichever is tru Florence is surrounded by some of the world’s largest dunes, 15 freshwater lakes, the Siuslaw River, one of America’s most dramatic coastlines and the most photographed bridge in Oregon - The Siuslaw Bridge.

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1 History Meets Romance at Heceta Head Bed & Breakfast
2 Wings and Wheels
3 The Oregon Coast’s 106th Annual Rhododendron Festival in Florence
4 Carnivorous Plants on the Oregon Coast? Yep, we got 'em
5 Winter Folk Festival on the Oregon Coast
6 The Oregon Coast's Siuslaw River Bridge By Day and By Night ~photos by Stephanie Sarles
7 The Gray Lady at Heceta Head Lighthouse: An Oregon Coast Ghost Story
8 Oregon Coast Chowder Cook-off at the Chowder, Blues & Brews Festival in Florence
9 Jessie Honeyman State Park and the Sea Lion Caves on the Southern Oregon Coast
10 Umpqua River Lighthouse Yesterday, Today and Tomorrow?
11 Rods 'n Rhodies Car Show
12 Florence - an Oregon Coast jewel - Photos by Stephanie Sarles
13 "Joy" - an Oregon Coast photo by Stephanie Sarles
14 Photo Essay - In and Around Florence - Part 1
15 Beautiful Photo - Horseback Riding on the Oregon Coast
16 Florence Oregon Coast Trip photos
17 Love is in the (fresh) air on the Oregon Coast
18 Big Creek property could help endangered Oregon silverspot butterfly thrive again
19 Oregon coast... most beautiful part of around the world bike ride