Few People Know This Charming Small Town In Oregon Is The Halfway Point On Highway 101
By Sarah McCosham|Published March 24, 2022
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I'm a writer and editor at OnlyInYourState, and a contributing writer at Cincinnati Magazine. I love the Great Outdoors and am endlessly awestruck by this beautiful country of ours. Coffee keeps me going, yoga keeps me sane, my kids keep me grounded, and my writing keeps me inspired.
The Oregon Coast is a true #pnwonderland. It’s home to some of the most beautiful beaches on the Pacific Coast, numerous iconic rock formations and natural wonders, and some of the region’s most winsome wildlife and charming lighthouses. Highway 101, otherwise known as the Pacific Coast Highway, is a north-south route that runs through California, Oregon, and Washington, running parallel to the Pacific Coast and putting parenthesis on all 363 miles of the Oregon Coast. Within the Central Oregon Coast, the charming town of Florence is right around the halfway point of this iconic coastal route.