Oregon’s North Coast
See What’s Brewing on Oregon’s North Coast
The North Coast has a flavor all its own. You can taste it in a pint of local craft beer or a steaming mug of coffee at a beach-side café. It’s in the fog rolling off the bridge to reveal fishing boats dwarfed by huge freighters and in the spray off a perfect surf break. You’ll find it in our spirited small towns and in the hustle and bustle of our promenades, galleries and restaurants. Come see what’s brewing on the North Coast!
Stories from the People’s Coast
The Beauty of the Bounty Slow food on the Oregon Coast By Susan G. Hauser Patricia Morford, who makes award-winning Rivers Edge Chevrè from her 80-goat dairy in Siletz, admits that she was faced with a dilemma when trying to bolster the membership of her local Slow Food group on the Oregon Coast. “There’s been a lot of discussion about whether or not we even…Continue Reading
Keith Chandler is the manager of the Seaside Aquarium, where he’s worked since 1979. As an active member of the Oregon Marine Mammal Stranding Network since 1996, he’s been up close to many sea creatures, including small seals caught in nets and an adult California sea lion in need of relocation to the Columbia River. This work has taken him to every beach from Oceanside…Continue Reading
Stormy weather, dramatic sunsets and a warm fireplace for canoodling with your sweetheart: What more could you ask for in a romantic winter getaway? Along Oregon’s North Coast, there’s no shortage of ingredients in the recipe for winter romance. Rooms at Astoria’s Cannery Pier Hotel (offering a romance package with couples massage, champagne and chocolate) boast incredible views of the Astoria-Megler Bridge, gas fireplaces and…Continue Reading