The Oregon Coast Travel Guide
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Plan Your The Oregon Coast Vacation
The Oregon Coast truly epitomizes the finest in Pacific Northwest living. Thanks to its friendly seaside towns, outstanding fresh seafood, and cozy wine bars sprinkled among small hotels and resorts, visitors have the region's finest choices for sightseeing, dining, and lodging. But the true draw here is the beaches, where nature lovers will delight at their first site of a migrating whale or a baby harbor seal sitting on a rock.
The Oregon Coast offers a pleasant variety of properties for visitors who either wish to wallow in luxury, stay at a beachside golf course, watch storms...read more
Deciding which restaurant has the best clam chowder is just one of the culinary fact-finding expeditions you can embark upon along the Oregon Coast. Chefs...read more
Things To Do in The Oregon Coast
Explore the best sights, entertainment, and shopping with our top choices and insider tips.
A beach for everyone: The Oregon Coast has breathtaking beaches, from romantic, bluffy stretches perfect for linking fingers with loved ones to... Read more
Oregon's 300 miles of public coastline is the backdrop for thrills, serenity, rejuvenation, and romance. From yawning expanses of sand dotted... Read more
The Three Capes Loop, a gorgeous 35-mile byway off U.S. 101, winds along the coast between Tillamook and Pacific City, passing three distinctive... Read more
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I've spent the past two months writing, narrating, and editing together this traditionally styled travelogue about a ridiculous loop drive (done traditionally as well: byways, no GPS, no hotels) in a ridiculous Read more