Siletz Tribal Business Directory

Looking for Confederated Tribes of Siletz Indians’ (CTSI) member owned and/or operated businesses?

The Siletz Tribal Business Directory serves as a centralized location for Siletz tribal members, non-tribal members and businesses alike to search for and contact every Siletz tribal member business in one location. Whether you are looking for a contractor, artist, RV Park or Print Shop you are able to search by location, business type or simply browse through businesses owned (1-100%) by CTSI members.

Part of the Directory’s mission, developed by the Siletz Tribal Business Corporation, is to help facilitate the development of Siletz Tribal Business Entrepreneurs, whether they want to start a small business or already own a large business or want to improve their credit score. By fostering new entrepreneurs and providing tools to existing entrepreneurs, the Siletz Tribal Business Corporation is better able to partner with Confederated Tribes of Siletz Indians’ (CTSI) membership to foster and develop the tribal economy through marketing, education, other business awareness and collaborative partnerships.

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Logan Road RV Park
4800 NE Logan Road
Lincoln City

Logan Road RV Park is your official connection to world-class, oceanfront gaming at Chinook Winds Casino Resort. Free 24HR Door-to-Door Shuttle to the Casino. We offer 51 state-of-the-art sites just a short walking distance from the beach on the magnificent Central Oregon Coast.
Hee Hee Illahee RV Resort
4751 Astoria Street NE

Located in the heart of the Willamette Valley, Hee Hee Illahee, a top rated Good Sam 2013 park, is Salem, Oregon's only 5-Star Luxury RV Resort! Guest enjoy 5-star RV resort amenities and dozens of Salem area attractions for a comfortable stay. Enjoy 114 paved pull-through sites with patio, and 25 paved back-in sites with patio.
Cearley Construction, LLC
PO Box 1333

I have specialized in residential foreclosures for over 6 years. In 2008 I started working with my Tribe the Confederated Tribes of Siletz Indians doing residential repairs and remodels. That relationship grew and in 2010 we signed contracts to build a 19 unit apartment complex in Siletz Oregon. That project was completed 1 month ahead of schedule. In November we signed contracts to build out Tribal Flex space for Aramark Uniform Company. We are currently looking at expanding into more Tribal communities throughout Oregon and Washington.