A History of Roads End
 The old Salmon River Trail
leading from Salem, in Oregon’s
Willamette Valley, to the coast
ended at a beach we now call
Roads End.
This trail, made by the native
Americans, was later put to good
use by the pioneers.
In the mid-twenties a young man
named William Delzell was hired
to teach school in nearby Otis.
When looking for a place to live
he found property on a small lake
in Roads End. He bought the lake
and the land adjacent to it and
envisioned it as his miniature
Walden’s pond.
His peace and happiness here
were worth all the effort that went
into building his home as he
enjoyed exploring the caves near
Cascade Head, studying the flora
and fauna of the area and reading
the piles of books and magazines
he was forever carrying to his
Shan-gri-la in the hills.

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Roads End Today
 northern most area of Lincoln
City, Oregon known as Roads End
has become one of the most pop-
ular places to vacation or own a
vacation home on the Oregon coast.
Roads End’s popularity comes from
it’s close proximity to shopping,
gaming, and fine dining, while
at the same time being secluded
from all this activity.
Logan Road, which runs south to
north through Roads End, is about
two miles long. It ends at the south
side of a majestic outcropping called
Cascade Head.
Known throughout the Northwest
as a magnificent place to hike, this
headland boasts several trails of
varying difficulties that all lead to
unbelievable vistas of the Pacific.
Most of the homes in Roads End
were built in the 60’s and 70’s so
the opportunity to purchase a new
beach home in Belhaven is rare
indeed

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