Begin your adventure along the Rogue Umpqua scenic byway  at our luxurious Edgewater Inn in Shady Cove and fish from the banks of the Rogue River. World renowned for salmon and steelhead fishing, the Rogue flows right past your room. You can fish from our fishing deck or hire a guide and fish from a drift boat as you leisurely float down the river.

'Rafting the Rogue' is a favorite of locals and visitors alike. Raft and Tahiti rentals are available throughout the town. Or hire a guide to take you on an unforgettable rafting trip. Summer moonlight floats are very romantic. End your fishing or rafting trip at a popular take-out spot just a few minutes away and walk back to your room at the Shady Cove Edgewater Inn. 

Stay another day and get in a round of golf at nearby Eagle Point Golf Course, an 18-hole championship course designed by Robert Trent Jones II.  

After your 'grueling' day on the links or on the river, swim in the pool, relax in the spa, enjoy a delicious meal at one of the local restaurants and prepare for your next day's adventure. 

On to Crater Lake National Park to see the sparkling blue water and breathtaking scenery. Crater Lake lies inside a caldera, or volcanic basin, created about 7,700 years when the 12,000 foot (3,660 meter) high Mount Mazama collapsed following a major eruption. Take a boat tour of the lake or hike some of the park's many trails. 

Continue your journey along the Rogue Umpqua National Scenic Byway and experience all the natural splendor of the Upper Rogue Region. You'll travel through stately forests and along the Wild & Scenic Umpqua River. You'll find a little of everything on this drive: wilderness, mountain peaks, old volcanoes and lava flows, flower-filled meadows and quiet lakes. The Rogue-Umpqua Scenic Byway features fifteen waterfalls along its 172-mile route. 

With rivers, streams, lakes, ponds, 30 county parks, 17 state parks, the newly renovated Oak Hills Golf Course and Wildlife Safari with over 500 exotic animals to photograph, a stay at the Umpqua Regency offers unlimited outdoor recreational opportunities for everyone.


 Now you continue through towering trees and breathtaking scenery to the pristine beaches of the Oregon Coast. Wind-swept beaches, magnificent sand dunes and incredible scenery describe the Oregon Coast. 

Stay at Coos Bay's only waterfront motel . . . The Edgewater Inn This beautiful Edgewater Inn is located adjacent to Highway 101 in the heart of the Southern Oregon Coast's recreational and business capital. Within minutes you can visit Oregon's sand dunes, ocean beaches, world world-class golf, and river, lake or deep-sea fishing. An indoor pool, spa and exercise room overlooking the pool are just a few of the amenities that await you. 

 

The Oregon Dunes National Recreation Area extends 50 miles along the Pacific Ocean. The 32,000 acre recreation area provides a unique setting of sand, lakes, timber and ocean beaches. 

Dune buggy rides and tours are a fun and exciting way to see the  dunes. Experienced tour guides will take you on an exhilarating dune buggy ride climbing and descending through some of the most beautiful and impressive sand dunes in the world. 

Fully automatic ATV vehicles are also available to rent for an unforgettable family experience.

 

Nearby Shore Acres State Park features beautiful gardens with trees, shrubs and flowering plants from around the world. 

Perched on rugged sandstone cliffs high above the ocean, Shore Acres State Park is an exciting and unexpected combination of beautiful natural and constructed features. Once the grand estate of pioneer timber baron Louis Simpson, Shore Acres features lushly planted gardens with plants and flowers from all over the world. Something is in bloom almost every day of the year. In the landscaped area you'll discover a formal garden, an oriental-style pond and two rose gardens which include an All American Rose Selection display.

Every year thousands of Gray Whales migrate past the Oregon Coast from the Bering Sea to the warm waters of Baja. Whale watching peak times are December through May, but we also have "resident whales" who summer off our coast and leave in autumn. This allows for whale watching almost year round.

Coos Bay is home to the Oregon Coast’s largest seaport and deep-sea fishing charters are readily available. Only the pleasure of eating a freshly caught salmon surpasses the thrill of landing one. For you 'landlubbers', The Coos Bay Edgewater Inn has a fishing/observation deck.

Whale watching, deep-sea fishing, golf, dune buggy rides, magnificent scenery  - the Oregon Coast has it all. You'll soon see why people come back to the Oregon Coast again and again. 

We look forward to your visit and hope you will join us on this incredible journey from the river to the mountains to the sea. We think you'll agree that this outstanding tour will be remembered long after you have returned home. 

Just click on a link for more information about one of our beautiful inns. Then give us a call if you have any questions or would like to make a reservation.

Our friendly and knowledgeable staff will be happy to assist you in your travel  plans.