Phone (541) 997-3459
FAX (541) 902-2322

If you're looking for affordable, dog-friendly lodging in Florence, Oregon then you've come to the right place. 
We're family owned & operated, centrally located (near Old Town, Dunes & Beach) and have the best rates in town. 

At Silver Sands Florence, our friendly & eager to please staff always makes sure that customer service is our number one priority.  Click
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The Silver Sands Motel in Florence is a family owned and managed motel. This means that you are important to us and are treated that way. Regardless if your stay is for one night or if you are on an extended trip or vacation to the beautiful Oregon Coast, it is our goal to be your home away from home.

While you are here, we would be happy to recommend great places to eat or things to do. Here are some of our favorite things in the area. See you soon!

  • Old Town
    Visit our Historic Old Town Florence, situated along the beautiful Siuslaw River. Enjoy a stroll along the boardwalk, experience our truly unique shopping or dine in one of the many restaurants in the district. From chowder to gourmet pizza, crab encrusted halibut to the famous green donkey burrito, patrons can find a variety of foods to fit any budget.

  • Oregon Dunes
    At the south end of Florence something magical happens; 42 miles of wind-sculpted sand dunes, some towering 500 feet above sea level begin. Formed by the ancient forces of wind, water and time, these dunes are like no others in the world. These are the largest expanse of coastal sand dunes in North America. Opportunity abounds for adventure on the dunes; guided sand rail tours, self guided ATV tours and sand boarding.

  • The Beach
    Florence is often billed as a river town, and why not with 17 lakes and rivers in and around the area. But the hidden gem is the Pacific Ocean which is located just over the dune. When it comes to enjoying the Ocean, the possibilities for soft adventure are truly endless. Walk along the surf in search of glass floats, shells, agates and driftwood. Hit the Oregon Coast Trail for hiking, biking or horseback riding.