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fir grove motel Now home to wineries, artists, and charming bed and breakfasts, the economy of this small town was once centered in timber, livestock, and fruit orchards. Nearby, guests can visit Siuslaw Falls. Fall Into a Good Night's Sleep After a Long Day on the Road Traveling counts as one of the most exhilarating things you can do in life. It also counts as one of the most exhausting, and there's no cure better than a good night's sleep at a friendly place. For those making a stop in Reedsport, Oregon, the Fir Grove Motel makes connecting with a rejuvenating night's sleep easy, no matter how late you come in. We're the little mom and pop place that offers you and your family and maybe even your pup a clean place to stay overnight and plenty of advice for Mapleton This small community borders the banks of the Siuslaw River, 15 miles from Florence. The Mapleton Boat Ramp is a visitor favorite during the steelhead and salmon runs. your travels the next day. We're a couple of blocks away from a new laundromat and within walking distance of several restaurants — everything you need to recharge and recoup before heading out on the road again. Contact us for information or reservations. Or just stop in. We offer extremely reasonable rates. Marcola This is an unincorporated area in Lane County. Visitors may want to explore Earnest Bridge, listed on the National Register of Historic Places. This bridge appears in the classic 1965 James Stewart movie "Shenandoah." Millersburg Fir Grove Motel 2178 Winchester Ave. Reedsport, Oregon 97467 (541) 271-4848 This small town boasts an eleven-acre park with year round shelter. The park has many activities to offer such as volleyball and tennis courts, horseshoe pits, baseball fields, and jogging paths. Monroe This Willamette Valley community boasts wonderful local wineries in the nearby foothills, covered bridges, historical sites, and is a popular golf destination. buddy's roadside diner Buddy’s Roadside Diner, established in 2014, is a 50's-style diner that brings classic American diner fare to Drain, Oregon. Family owned and operated, Buddy’s Roadside Diner buys local from the Pacific Northwest and offers the freshest ingredients to customers. Fresh and never frozen local beef is hand-pressed everyday in house. The menu at Buddy's Roadside Diner takes customers and their taste buds back to a simpler time when food was fresh and didn’t cost a fortune. Enjoy an all-American classic breakfast with sweet crème pancakes, or Belgian waffles with local berries. Meals are made from scratch and are served up with generous portions at great prices. The world famous, hand-pressed burgers are attracting international customers who rave about the flavor and quality. For customers who are really hungry, the “Big Foot" 16-inchtall burger is a must. Buddy's Diner is one-hundred percent family friendly and no alcohol is served. Old-style bar seating is available at the breakfast bar. The décor, with hardwood floors, vintage metal sign advertisements, and classic car and motorcycle parts that hang from the walls create a genuine 50’s atmosphere. There's plenty of nostalgia in this updated version of the classic diner that is 40 creating quite a buzz in the area. Located right on Highway 38, the gateway to the Oregon Coast, Buddy's Diner is a popular stopping place for visitors and locals alike. Great Food & Great Atmosphere BuddysRoadside.com 439 EAST B AVE. DRAIN, OR 97435 541-836-2269 oregon Travel and Recreation Guide Overlooking the Pacific Ocean from Highway 101, this small coastal community takes its name from a rock located about a half mile offshore, around which otters used to live. Philomath This town of approximately 4,500 residents is home to the Philomath College Building completed in 1876 that now houses the Benton County Historical Museum. Re