North Oregon Coast

Cannon Beach



               Cannon Beach


                   Pacific City

               Lincoln City

                Depoe Bay






          North Bend
          Coos Bay


  Port Orford

      Gold Beach


AstoriaLet’s go 89 miles south of Astoria via on the scenic Oregon Coast Highway 101 to Pacific City. There is so much to do on the North Oregon Coast; this article can only touch on a few. You can spend the whole day on the beach, hiking, flying kites, fishing, crabbing, and surfing.

Astoria - Warrenton area in the northwestern corner of the Oregon state. Astoria is located close to the mouth of the Columbia River, where it enters the Pacific Ocean. There are a lot of attractions such as Fort Stevens State Park, Fort Clatsop National Memorial, and the Flavel House Museum. Learn about marine history at the Columbia River Maritime Museum. Visit the Astoria Column, the highest point of this tower offers an excellent view of both the town and the sea. Take a Riverfront Trolley ride and visit the Downtown Historic District.

SeasideFrom Astoria, how about we go south to Seaside on the picturesque Oregon Coast Highway 101. Seaside, known for its promenade, is a perfect place to take your family on vacation.You can spend the entire day on the shoreline, biking, flying kites, watching for wildlife, or feeding the seals. Seaside offers numerous activities for kids such as Arcade Indoor Playground, Seaside Aquarium, and Family Fun Park.

Cannon Beach. If you drive a few miles south of Seaside, you will find Canon Beach with a famous 235-foot natural wonder called Haystack Rock.

Tillamook is located a few miles from the beach but this city attracts numerous tourists. Stop at Oregon's largest cheese factory and visit the Tillamook historic downtown.

Pacific City offers spectacular ocean views. Cape Kiwanda with wave-sculpted cliffs and dunes, Haystack Rock, fishing spot Nestucca Bay, and Bob Straub State Park are nice places to explore.

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