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  1. The Wonder of the Coast

    Posted by The Oregon Coast

    Whoever named the 7 Wonders of the World clearly never visited the Oregon Coast. Because every inch of Oregon’s 363 miles of coastline inspires wonder. When visitors spend time here they’re awestruck by the varied landscape — from the craggy cliffs and coves like Ecola State Park and Cascade Head to the windswept dunes near Florence and peaceful estuaries that kiss the Pacific Ocean. Storm…

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  2. Clamming & Crabbing the Coast

    Posted by The Oregon Coast

    There’s something so satisfying — for the soul and the belly — about crabbing and clamming on the Oregon Coast. Make your way to the seashore, drop a trap, dig a hole in the sand or rake through some muck and voilá! You’ve got dinner! Sweet succulent Dungeness crab and blue, purple varnish, butter and cockle clams are all here for the taking. But where…

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  3. Destination: Brookings Harbor

    Posted by The Oregon Coast

    Situated at the mouth of the Chetco River and the foot of the Klamath Mountains, Brookings is Oregon’s most southern coastal town. Its pleasant weather patterns with frequent, unseasonably mild temperatures have earned it the nickname of Oregon’s “Banana Belt.” April is prime time to enjoy the outdoors and admire blooms at Brookings’ Azalea Park and its 30 acres of native azaleas. Azaleas were growing…

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