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The Weather in Florence
This is the climate diagram in Florence. August is the warmest month in Florence with average maximum temperatures of 68°. However, temperatures can go lower than 39° in Florence in January. The rainiest month is August while the driest month is January.
Discover Oregon's wild coast from your Florence vacation home
The coastline's fascinating wildlife, natural features, and invigorated dining scene make it a great destination for families visiting the Pacific Northwest. For your own Florence vacation home, choose from classic beach houses and airy apartments downtown as your base for exploring this outstanding destination.
Abundant coastal flavors
The Waterfront Depot is known for its bistro style seafood and lovely view of the Siuslaw river. Some favorites include razor clams, crab crusted halibut, and local oysters, as well as a rotating selection of in-state beer and wine.
For a more casual culinary experience, head to Mo's Restaurant. This Oregon landmark has been serving its world famous clam chowder for over 70 years! Clam strips, fish and chips, and a children's menu make this laid-back eatery a family favorite.
Family-friendly time outdoors
Three miles outside of town, The Jessie M. Honeyman Memorial State Park offers outdoor fun for the family. Hiking trails, sand dunes, freshwater lakes, and ocean access offer a variety of activities. Parking is $5 per vehicle, and entrance is free.
The well-kept boardwalk at nearby Darlingtonia State Natural Site makes for an easy and educational walk suitable for children of all ages. The park's main attraction is a field of carnivorous pitcher plants, also known as the cobra lily. Facilities include a picnic area and bathrooms, and entrance is free daily.
The nearby Sea Lion Caves are an outstanding place for nature watching and photography. Easy access via elevator makes the cave a relaxed outing, and the resident sea lions are present year round. Migrating gray and killer whales can be spotted passing in front of the caves during summer months.
The historic Heceta Head Lighthouse is one of the most photogenic on the Oregon coast. Hiking trails, beautiful views, and a large sandy beach make it a perfect afternoon outing. Volunteer guides offer a very informative hourly tours.
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