Manzanita, Nehalem and Wheeler are three villages located on the Pacific Ocean, Nehalem River and Nehalem Bay on the North Oregon Coast. The Nehalem Bay Area is 40 miles south of Astoria and 60 miles north of Lincoln City on Highway 101.
Manzanita is a beautiful oceanside city with seven miles of sandy beach. Enjoy the spectacular walks by the ocean. Manzanita possesses the third most photographed scenery in Oregon.
Nehalem is a picturesque riverside town with a quaint downtown reflecting its century of history. Enjoy views of the Nehalem River, nearby mountains, forests and wildlife, the centerpiece of the Nehalem Bay Area experience.
Wheeler is nestled in the hills overlooking the beautiful Nehalem Bay, Neahkanie Mountain, and the Pacific Ocean, Wheeler boasts breathtaking sunsets and rainbows.
The Spindrift Inn is one block from the glorious six-mile Manzanita beach. Located in the heart of Manzanita, you can stroll to shops, spas and restaurants or travel a few blocks for golf. This is the perfect spot to watch storms, hike, bike, or laze away the afternoon. Nestled between two state parks, enjoy views from Neahkahnie Mountain or walk to secluded coves and beaches. Head out Nehalem River and Bay to kayak, crab, clam or fish. The Spindrift Inn retains its quaint charm and appeal. Pet-friendly rooms and kitchenettes are available. Each room has pillowtop mattresses, a DVD player, cable TV, refrigerator, microwave and coffee maker. Relax in our private inner garden, use hi-speed wireless, or borrow DVD movies. Manzanita is just south of Cannon Beach, tucked off Highway 101. Call for a reservation, toll-free 877-368-1001.
Sunset Surf Ocean Front Motel
Sunset Surf Motel is located just 13 miles south of Cannon Beach, on one of Oregon's most spectacular beach settings with a beautiful Pacific Ocean view. While you are here, stroll the sandy un-crowded beach. There is also golf, kite flying, cycling, surfing, sail boarding, crabbing, fishing and even watching whales. We have a variety of accommodations to meet your needs.