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Lake Marie Trailhead

From Oregon Hikers Field Guide

Parking at Lake Marie (bobcat)
  • Latitude: 43.66093
  • Longitude: -124.19789
  • Maps: Oregon Hikers Maps Google Maps
  • Elevation: 80 feet
  • Driving Time: 10 minutes from Reedsport; 20 minutes from North Bend/Coos Bay

Contents

Hikes starting here

Fees, Regulations, Facilities

  • Dogs on leash
  • Restrooms and picnic tables at the day-use area
  • Nearby campground

Driving Directions

From Reedsport:

From the intersection of Highway 101 and Umpqua Avenue (Highway 38) in Reedsport, drive south on Highway 101 for 5.1 miles.

Turn right for the Umpqua Lighthouse State Park, and go 0.1 miles to an intersection.

Here, keep right for the Umpqua River Lighthouse. Drive 0.6 miles, passing the turnoff for the campground, and park in a pullout on the left for Lake Marie.

From North Bend/Coos Bay:

From the south end of the McCullough Bridge over Coos Bay, drive north on Highway 101 for 17.5 miles.

Turn left for the Umpqua Lighthouse State Park, and go 0.4 miles to an intersection.

Here, make a left for the Umpqua River Lighthouse. Drive 0.6 miles, passing the turnoff for the campground, and park in a pullout on the left for Lake Marie.


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