Turtle Rock Resort
28788 Hunter Creek Loop, Gold Beach, Oregon 97444
Cozy Turtle Rock Resort is on the Rugged Oregon Coast and Has Beach Access, a Fishing Guide, Classes and Cottages for Sale
With forested mountains to the east, the ocean to the west and the mighty Rogue River to the north, Gold Beach is 35 miles north of the California border on southern Oregon's rugged coast. It is the home of Turtle Rock, a cute, all ages resort and second home community spread over 24 acres of prime coastal land. Fern grottos and a tidal pond are part of the common grounds.
Turtle Rock contains more than 100 cottage, RV, and tent sites. New and resale cottages are available. Many come furnished and with appliances. Trex decking, hot tubs, and barbeques are common features. The smallest cottage has 400 square feet of living space plus a 150 square foot loft. The biggest is about 790 square feet. Prices start near $65,000. Please verify this price with a Realtor as it is bound to change. The $535 monthly lot lease includes water, TV, garbage service, and grounds upkeep. Turtle Rock welcomes RV "workampers" and is popular with other part-time residents.
People here have unfettered access to seven miles of beach. The community has a shared meeting room, a kitchen, an exercise room, a store, and a laundry. A summer season fishing guide is part of the staff, and neighbors meet for yoga, education classes, and holiday potlucks. A bar and grill is within walking distance, and the Arch Rock Brewery is just across Hunter Creek.
Gold Beach is a stop on the Oregon Coast Cycling Festival, and the town's Wild River Coast Art Festival offers local wines, brews, and wares from more than 40 artisans. Gold Beach Books, the largest bookstore on the Oregon coast, shares its space with Biscuit Coffee House and Art Gallery. Cape Blanco Lookout is open for horseback riding, hiking, biking, and lighthouse tours. The nearby Rogue River National Recreation Area is open to fishermen, campers, hikers and more.
Curry General Hospital is accredited by DNV Healthcare.
Gold Beach sees little snow but receives, on average, 80 inches of rain per year. Most of it comes during the fall, winter and spring. Summer temperatures are in the 50s and 60s, and and winter temperatures are in the 40s and 50s. Skies are often overcast, and the wind is often blowing
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