Coast Oregon Adventure Travel Guide

The Beach Is Calling

Cities On The Oregon & Northern California Coast

If you already know where you want to go, click on the city near the map. You'll find information and recommendations for each city. Click on the region either North Coast; Central; South; and North CA. If you don't see what you are looking contact us and we will help you find it!

 

Oregon's North Coast: A Mix of History, Beauty and Fun.

The weather in the north is a little cooler and wetter. But that's no reason for not having fun and lots of it. Just expect to be enjoying a different sort of beach fun than only working on your tan. Since this is where Louis and Clark stayed when they came west, many communities and landmarks have a story to tell.

Astoria, Oregon

Situated on a peninsula near the mouth of the great Columbia River, surrounded by the lush vegetation of a northern temperate rain-forest, Astoria (named for fur-trading magnate, and America's first millionaire, John Jacob Astor) is full of the visual echoes of bygone times. [More]

Warrenton, Oregon

Located on the beautiful northwestern tip of Oregon, Warrenton is most unusual in that it boasts both riverfront and oceanfront access and views. It's scenic and historical features are well worth checking out, all the more so for those for those wishing to get out and embrace nature. [More]

Gearhart, Oregon

Gearhart is one of the oldest beach communities on the Oregon Coast. Its streets are lined with beautiful old homes, with a mix of permanent and summer residents. However, the real hidden treasure here is for golfers...for it boasts the oldest golf course west of the Mississippi. [More]

Seaside, Oregon

Broad sandy expanses of sand await you for every kind of activity, whether it be low-rider beach biking, a game of beach volleyball, watching the waves, building sand castles, flying kites, or weenie roast. Seaside is unique in its blend of entertainment activities, and culture. [More]

Cannon Beach, Oregon

Quite possibly one of the most photographed beaches in all of Oregon. With its deep green forest backdrop on shore and it's monolithic "sea stack" rock formations at (or just beyond) the tideline, Cannon Beach is stunningly picturesque from almost any angle or time of day. [More]

Manzanita, Oregon

Manzanita is a beautiful little oceanside city with seven miles of sandy beach. A quiet place to relax on the shore - enjoy spectacular sunsets and long walks by the ocean. Manzanita has some of the most photographed scenery in Oregon, so don't forget your camera. [More]

Nehalem, Oregon

With so much water around (salt and fresh), Nehalem is a great launching point for a great fishing trip. On your own, if you are experienced, or with help of a guide, fish for Chinook Salmon, Coho Salmon, Steelhead, and Sturgeon all at Nehalem Bay (in their season). [More]

Wheeler, Oregon

Wheeler is a coastal refuge where people come to relax, refresh, and enjoy the scenic splendor of Oregon's north coast. It enjoys a wonderful "mini" climate and is often bathed in sunshine while surrounding coastal areas enjoy fog and mist. Sunsets here can be spectacular. [More]

Rockaway Beach, Oregon

Rockaway Beach boasts of seven miles of soft sandy beach, perfect for beachcombing, kite flying, or simply drawing in the fresh ocean air. Favorite activities include steam train rides, exploring lakes, ponds and trails, and antiques shopping. [More]

Garibaldi, Oregon

Garibaldi is a real live working seaport and fishing outpost. You can't get much closer to your seafood source than this - unless you go out and catch it yourself, of which there is plenty of opportunity to do here. Bring your own boat...or charter one. [More]

Tillamook, Oregon

Since 1788, when Captain Robert Gray sailed the sloop Lady Washington into Tillamook Bay thinking he'd found the "great river of the West" this area has been a rapidly growing community built around the area's timber, dairy and fishing industries...and now tourism too. [More]


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