Little About Our Town of Langlois!
Langlois, Oregon is a quaint little town along
Highway 101, between Milepost 287 and 288, give or take. Definitely
make this small community a stop if you’re traveling Highway
101! The heart of the community is the Langlois Market, besides
their famous hot dogs, they have other lunch options, along with Umpqua
ice cream for dessert.
After lunch, check out the myriad of other offerings, from the Wool
Company to Piercy Suites, where you will find Jeffrey’s Spa,
surrounded by several small businesses. Stop by La La Belles for
weekend coffee, muffins and other delights.
The Langlois Public Library is shaped like a star, and allows community
programs such as library hours for children and Chautauqua’s
arranged through the Oregon Council for the Humanities. Langlois Public
Library offers online computers for travelers wishing to check email.
For more information on the Langlois Library visit their website at http://www.langlois.plinkit.org
Boice-Cope County Park is a small county park on Floras Lake. Floras
Lake is very popular with wind-surfers. Camping is available. To find
the lake, travel south of Langlois on 101 to Floras Lake Loop Road and
turn west, from there the next turns are well marked.