Oregon's North Coast
Come play along Oregon’s North Coast
The North Coast has a playground all its own. You can find it on a zip line or along the waters of nearby rivers. Perhaps it’s behind the wheel of a go-kart or bumper car, or atop two wheels on local biking trails. Maybe your playground is found in a boutique or sweet shop with friends. Maybe it’s gathering together over the perfect pint of local craft brew. Whatever your fancy, you’ll find it in our spirited small towns and in the hustle and bustle of our promenades, galleries, restaurants and wide open beaches. Come on, let’s go play on Oregon’s North Coast!
Stories from the People’s Coast
For hundreds of years, steamers, schooners, square-riggers, freighters and tugs — vessels of every stripe and from all over the globe — have met their fate off the Oregon Coast. Some are buried in the depths, never to be found, while the tangled remains of others are heaving from the sands. To learn more about what wrecks can teach us, head to “Secrets of Shipwrecks”…Continue Reading
The Oregon Coast’s rugged beauty is part of what makes it so alluring. That might make you think it’s difficult to navigate for those with mobility issues. And it’s true, many stunning hikes and secluded beaches can be challenging for experienced hikers without careful planning. But don’t fret: the People’s Coast welcomes everyone, regardless of physical ability or mobility concerns. We’ve pulled together a list…Continue Reading
Located between Astoria and Seaside, the lesser-known city of Warrenton sometimes gets overlooked. But with rich history and countless outdoor activities, it’s truly a destination unto itself, one that’s perfectly suited for active families. Here, we highlight top attractions that’ll make for a lively Warrenton getaway. The sprawling Lewis & Clark National Historical Park includes Fort Clatsop, the winter encampment of Lewis & Clark’s Corps…Continue Reading