Mile by Mile Guide to the Oregon Coast


Like a beacon from one of its fabled lighthouses, the recreational opportunity offered on the Oregon Coast beckons all that it shines upon.  Recreational opportunity is the common thread that brings a family together.  In today’s society it is more important than ever for family members to participate in activities that stress family values and build character.  The expectation of participating in fishing, clamming and crabbing trips or mining for minerals or collecting fossil-Rockhounding on BLM land is the trigger that releases the spirit of adventure everyone who wets a line, picks up a clam shovel or throws a crab ring. Recreational collecting for Rocks and minerals

The following 10 maps of the Oregon Coast Trail are links to the recreational resources associated with each map of the Oregon Coast Trail in conjunction with the milage markers posted on Hwy 101: We are in the process of adding information about the recreational opportunities available along the Umpqua and Rogue Rivers. All of the informaton posted on these websites about Oregon's State Waters and/or rules for taking fish is informational and may or may not be accurate. Consult Oregon State Agencies to verify the accuracy of our infomation. Email us at crabbinginfo@yahoo.com with you infomation.

Click on the images 1 thru 10 of the Oregon Coast Trail to view the mile by mile recreational resources from the Columbia River to the California Border. The Mile by Mile reference guide for the first image of the Oregon Coast Trail Map contains the links of common interest for all 10 maps.

We updated the salmon migration run timing for all coastal bays, rivers and streams. We continue to update the information on the website. We encourage your input and experiences to make our website the best it can be. We have a long way to go. Bill My friend Pete Heley at peteheley.com is the Go To person for fishing information in Oregon and Washington State.


We are in the process of adding the recreational opportunities associated with the Crooked River, Prineville Reservoir and the Blitzen River. The lakes, campgrounds, hiking trails and other recreational resources associated with Eastern Oregon, South Santiam and Metolius River and the North Santiam Rivers or found in the Siuslaw River watershed, Mckenzie River watershed, the Deschutes River, Owyhee Canyon Lands, the Roque River watershed, the Umpqua River watershed, the Smith River, the Middle Fork of the Willamette River in addition to the lakes associated with the Kalmath Basin and Southern Oregon. Welcome to the Columbia River Gorge. Grande Ronde River. and John Day River. Click on the recreational resource of interest and scroll down to the area of interest. More to come. Do your part by sharing your experiences with us. Eventually we will add webpages for Oregon's major e systems as individual resource entities.