Steve Arndt

Roads Less Traveled in Southwest Oregon

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From the rolling surf of the Pacific coast to the whitewater rivers of the Cascade Range, the southwest corner of Oregon is a land rich with history and stunning in its natural beauty—especially along its back roads and byways. Roads Less Traveled in Southwest Oregon leads modern explorers on more than 700 miles of routes and explains what they’ll find along the way.

Incense, Gold, and Unexplained Natural Forces of Nature
Myrtle Creek to Gold Hill (145 miles)

Gold Mines, Ghost Towns and Caves
Jacksonville to Wilderville (57 miles)
Option 1: Wilderville to Oregon Caves (58 miles)
Option 2: Wilderville to Azalea (66 miles) 

From Historic Oakland Through the Lookingglass to the Most Remote Place in Oregon
Oakland to Myrtle Point (81 miles) 

Raising Cranberries, Logging, Gold in the Sand
Bandon to Gold Beach (115 miles) 

The Road to Saragosa – the Ghost Town That Never Was
Florence to Creswell (89 miles) 

From the Land of Promise to Castles in the Sun
Goshen to Reedsport (102 miles) 

Click on the images to the left for sample pages from Southwest Oregon.

ISBN: 978-0-9844294-5-5