Industry & Business

Fred Wahl Marine

 For 30 years, Fred Wahl Marine has offered a full service marine facility for new construction, complete repairs and reconstruction.  It serves not only the local commercial fishing vessels, but those from Alaskan waters and various government agencies.


Winchester Bay RV Resort

Winchester Bay Marina RV Resort is one of the largest recreational facilities on the Oregon Coast.  The marina has immediate access to the Umpqua River, the Oregon Dunes National Recreation Area, the Pacific Ocean and miles of white sand beaches.


Reedsport Machine & Fabrication

Reedsport Machine & Fabrication has been an established full service marine Boat Yard-Machine Shop Facility for over 20 years.  Dealing with several government agencies such as the US Coast Guard, US Navy, Cities, States, BLM etc.



General contractors since 1959, Laskey-Clifton specializes in: Construction, Excavation, Road Building, Marine Docks, Bridges, Underground Utilities, RV Parks, Dynamic Compaction, Vibrocompaction, Treatment Plants, Asphalt, Sand & Gravel products and Crane Services.


Reedsport School District

Reedsport School District is located on the Southern Oregon Coast and includes the communities of Reedsport, Gardiner, Winchester Bay, Ash Valley and Scottsburg.  There are approximately 900 students in the district attending Highland Elementary and Reedsport Community Charter School.


Lower Umpqua Hospital

As the full-service healthcare facility for coastal Douglas County, Lower Umpqua Hospital is proud to offer the full spectrum of modern health services with a comfortable, friendly small-town ambience.



American Bridge

A Fortune 500 company, American Bridge is a vertically integrated construction, engineering and manufacturing firm with operations throughout the USA and abroad.  Specializing in the manufacture, erection and rehabilitation of complex bridges and other structures.


Commercial Fishing Fleet

  Five fish buyers currently purchase salmon, tuna, crab and other ground fish from the many boats that moor    in Salmon Harbor.  Other transient vessels also utilize the Port’s dock.


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