Sandland Adventures invites you to join us for a day of fun at the Oregon Dunes. View an impressive natural wonder of endless shifting sand, unique tree islands, various wildlife and the spectacular Siuslaw River. Choose an exhilarating dune ride on our Sand Rails or a relaxing tour on our Giant Dune Buggies. Our professional drivers will show you a great time while you travel across miles of dunes. Our one hour dunes tours also include traveling down our Pacific Ocean beach. Large or small groups can be accommodated on either tour. After your dune ride, you can have fun bumping and splashing on our Bumper Boats, race on our Grand Prix style Go-Kart track, play our Miniature Golf Course or take a ride on the Cloverline Railroad. We are located less than 1 mile south of Florence on the central Oregon Coast. Look for our sign on the West side of Hwy 101.
Hours of Operation:
open 9 a.m. - 5 p.m. with extended summer hours, during the offseason our last tour leaves at 3:00
●March 1st thru
September 30th We are Open 7 Days A Week
Less than 1 mile south of the Florence Bridge!
Offseason Note: Giant Dune Tours are available during our offseason however we ask that you call ahead for reservation information. Dune buggy tours will be closed for the entire month of January and February for seasonal maintenance. We will return to our normal 7 day a week schedule on March 1st.
Miniature golf, go-karts and gift shop do not have a regular schedule and we recommend you call ahead during off season.
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