The Siuslaw National Forest situated in Corvallis is 30 minutes away from the city center of Alsea. The Forest houses a variety of ecosystems including coastal forests and sand dunes. Recreational activities in the forest include camping, fishing, hiking, horseback riding, exploring the tide pools, and mountain biking. The wilderness areas in the forest are:
- Drift Creek Wilderness
- Cummins Creek Wilderness
- Rock Creek Wilderness
The Beaver Creek Falls are nestled at the heart of the forest.
Siuslaw National Forest Reviews & Ratings
Great views. Meant for those with adventure. There is some guided trails and other not so guided that lead to a beautiful beach. Its dunes so prepare to hike in the sand! Quite and secluded place definately worth it for a quiet getaway with no cell service.
Just driving through to get to the beach is a nice relaxing drive. It makes a good day trip even if you aren't wanting to stay the night.
Loved it! Went with a friend and had a blast. Ill definitely be back again.
This was a surprise a very special person took me to. It was beautiful and seeing some wildlife **deer** awww they are so cute...nice place If you like the outdoors nature
Wow, this place is beautiful. Very pleasantly surprised. Picture-esque, a vantage of the ocean and beaches, while being nearly in the mountains. Spectacular sunsets.