Must-See Highlights if You're Just Passing Through

While the rugged headlands, wide sand beaches, and cold rivers are a major draw to the Oregon coast; no road trip down Oregon's Highway 101 is complete without experiencing the charm of its many small towns. These local communities, such as the one found in Langlois, welcome travelers with open arms. Here are some of the most delicious eateries, coziest beds, and most unique attractions as you're passing through.

And, of course, make sure to stop in Langlois Market for a World-Famous Hot Dog on the way! To the north of Langlois is 50 miles of beautiful sand beaches, including the southern portion of the Oregon Sand Dunes National Recreation Area and the Cape Arago scenic drive.

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South of Langlois the coast becomes even more rugged, providing ample hiking opportunities and scenic vistas. Read more about Must-See Highlights if You're Just Passing Through

Langlois makes Via Magazine: Coasting Southern Oregon

Gotta love how the article says 'Floras Lake, north of Port Orford, is a popular spot to rent a kiteboard.'

Not that Floras Lake is fed by Floras Creek that runs through Langlois.  So it goes :)

In any case we get a few sentences

More than 50 miles of rolling farmland and rugged coastline lie between the sportfishing havens of Bandon and Gold Beach. Sly signs marking tiny Langlois declare it world famous—and who’s to say it’s not? After kiteboarding on Floras Lake near Boice Cope Park, famished athletes often stop at the Langlois Market for both scrumptious hot dogs slathered with homemade sweet-hot mustard and the day’s town gossip.

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