The 2006 edition of the Gold Beach Visitors' Guide is currently available.
"We highlight what there is to do and see in Gold Beach, a spectacular part of America's Wild Rivers Coast," stated Molly Walker, general manager of the Curry County Reporter.
This year's cover features a sunset photograph looking towards the Rogue River Reef taken by local photographer, Rich Watson, and a selection of smaller photos taken by Walker.
Visitors and locals alike searching for beaches to roam, information on the boat tours up the Rogue River, the world-class fishing available, trails to hike and the area's memorable attractions can find information in this guide as well as maps and current tide tables.
"The support of visitor-related business who have advertised in this guide make it possible for us to print and distribute tens of thousands of copies each year. We appreciate the support we have in this venture and want to thank all who advertised this year. We hope that the community and our visitors both enjoy this edition as much as we have enjoyed putting it together," said Walker.
"I am very excited about this year's edition of the Gold Beach Visitors' Guide," said Joel Summer, publisher. "As a virtual newcomer, myself, to Gold Beach, I have learned about every nook and cranny Curry County has to offer. I know that I, for one, will have years of exploration in front of me using the Visitor's Guide as my main research tool."
"The ultimate goal for this publication is encouraging visitors to stay longer and enjoy everything that Gold Beach and the surrounding areas have to offer," Walker stated.
A total of 43,000 full-color copies were printed for delivery to help encourage Gold Beach as a vacationer's destination.
Extra copies are available at the Reporter office throughout the year and will be delivered upon request (locally, as well as anywhere in Curry County). For additional information or for suggestions for the next edition, call 541-247-6643.
For anyone and everyone that would like to request a copy or multiple copies of the new visitor guide, please contact the paper. There is a local phone number listed above, as well as a toll-free number, 1-800-526-3059. For those computer buffs, please send an email request to email@example.com.
Note: A postage fee will be required and cost will depend on how many guides are shipped.