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Quiet hours are 10p - 10a.
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Please shower thoroughly before enjoying the hot tub.
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Please step out to the street to smoke.
Out on The Bluff
Please feel free to enjoy the chairs and tables on the bluff overlooking the ocean.
Wood fires on the bluff are permitted during fire season only. Roughly mid-July through September. Please check with the host before starting a fire between these months.
Danger: Please stay 10 feet back from the bluff.
Open the propane tank by unscrewing the knob.
Turn on the firepit.
Light the rock area.
Please close the propane tank after each use.
Check-out is at 11 am
Please wash your dishes
We do not ask that you take out your trash; if needed, cans are in the parking lot next to the street entry. The recycling guide is on each can.
Don’t hesitate to reach out!
(541) 204-2940 (host)
Enjoy Your Stay!
Below you will find some of our favorite places within an hour of the resort.
Nesika Beach Market
32865 Nesika Rd
Open Monday–Saturday, 8a to 7p. Closed on Sunday.
Just down the street on Nesika road. It's not a full grocery store but they have a great selection and many essentials including a Post Office. The post office closes at 10 am.
Markets McKay's Market
29656 Ellensburg Ave, Gold Beach
Ray's Food Place
29560 Ellensburg Ave, Gold Beach
Gold Beach Restaurants
Port Orford Restaurants
Mr. Ed's Espresso, Juice, and Underground Pub
1870 Oregon St, Port Orford,
Serving espresso and coffee from in-house roasted beans. Fresh pressed juice, muffins, cookies, pizza, Mexican food, and good times. With the café in front and the bar in the back, guitars lining the walls, the venue caters to everyone from morning to nighttime.
Adventures to the South
Check out the Local Tides HERE
This is a must-see. It is 4.4 miles south of Silver Cypress Resort. There are three trails from the parking lot. Go north to Agate Beach (low tide is best). The south trail goes to 2-mile beach that stretches all the way to the Rogue River. Hike west and see the awesome views from the top of the Otter Point rocks.
Jerry's Rogue Jets
29985 Harbor Way, Gold Beach
This is one of the best ways to see the Rogue River. You get to go on a super fun boat tour up the Rogue River and they feed you before you head down. Well worth it!
Charter a fishing guide and boat
We don’t have a recommended guide service but there are many outfits here. Go catch a big one and tell us all about it.
Lobster Creek and the Rogue River
This is a great destination if you want to explore the Rogue River. The bridge is about a 20-minute drive from Silver Cypress. You can drive up one side of the river and down the other. In the summer, it's far enough away from the ocean to find some warmer weather for swimming.
Cape Sebastian Trail
This is one of the most beautiful and diverse hikes. It's a 2.7-mile roundtrip with an elevation gain is 718 feet so bring some water to hydrate. The trailhead is located just south of Gold Beach, it features beautiful wildflowers, incredible views, and is rated as moderate. The trail is primarily used for hiking, walking, nature trips, and bird watching. If you are not up for the hike you can still drive to the parking lot to see the views.
Samuel H. Boardman State Scenic Corridor
This is 12 miles of thickly forested, steep, and rugged coastline with a few small beaches, and miles of trails that wind over many creeks. You could easily spend a day exploring this area. Here are a few of the main attractions of this stretch of the 101. Arch Rock Picnic Area, Natural Bridges, Secrete Beach. Secret Beach is not marked with a sign but you can find it on Google.
If you drive 1 hour up the Rogue River, you will come to the Illinois River and Rogue River confluence. It's near the Agness RV Park where you can find a general store and live music on summer weekends. Go swim in the crystal clear Illinois River!
Adventures to the North
Check out the Local Tides HERE
You are here! Just walk or drive 0.8 miles north to the end of the "Dead End", and you will find beach access. There are 6 miles of beach to explore, from Nesika to Ophir. We have great tide pools, during low tide, if you walk to the south end of Nesika Beach.
Sisters Rock State Park
You will find this gem about 7 miles north of the resort. It is a short hike that leads to two beautiful beaches, a sea cave, and of course some tide pools. The southern beach is often protected from the wind. Plug it into your navigation app because it is not marked and the parking lot comes up quickly while driving the windy roads.
36848 US-101, Port Orford
Prehistoric Gardens is a roadside attraction located on Oregon's Highway 101 Coastal Route. Founded in 1955 in Port Orford, the gardens feature 23 life-sized sculptures of dinosaurs set among the lush foliage of the area's temperate rainforest.
This is the place a great place to surf or watch the surfers. This beach is just south of Port Orford and is connected to Battle Rock Beach.
This is a picturesque small town located 20 minutes north of Silver Cypress with a handful of parks, beaches, and restaurants.
Battle Rock is the first beach you will see when you enter the town. If it's windy, you can often find an escape from the wind, down at the end of Dock Rd.
Heads State Park
Port Orford Heads St Wayside, Port Orford
If you are looking for a hike, Heads State Park has great trails with whale watching and expansive ocean views.