Samuel H Boardman State Scenic Corridor
Samuel H Boardman State Scenic Corridor is an area of rugged cliffs, sandy beaches and deep forests that stretches for about 19 kilometers along the southwestern coastline of Oregon. As you follow the signs along Highway 101, you will see a series of beautiful natural formations such as arch rocks that have been eroded by the waves.
The Oregon Coast is a scenic coastline that stretches for about 600 km from the mouth of the Columbia River to the California border. You can enjoy a variety of leisure activities such as whale watching and camping. Highway 101, which runs along the coast, is well known as a driving course that offers beautiful views of the Pacific Ocean and numerous state parks.