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. 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
With stormy weather or blue skies, Pacific City shines in the fall. Here in this sleepy coastal hamlet just a few miles west of Highway 101 you’ll find sandy beaches, the “other” Haystack Rock, a wide variety of outdoor fun and craft beer brewed just for the season. Pacific City is home to Oregon’s only beachfront brewery, Pelican Pub & Brewery, known for delicious drafts…Continue Reading
“While you could certainly devote far more time to exploring the Oregon Coast – if you only have one day, take it!” That’s the advice of blogger Adina Marguerite Pease, who recently journeyed the entire 363 mile coastline – from the Cannery Pier Hotel in Astoria to the Samuel Boardman State Scenic Corridor in Brookings – in just 24 hours. Check out her ambitious one-day…Continue Reading
In a community known for its dairy farms and a setting that includes oceanfront, rivers and bays, it’s no surprise that Tillamook County offers a rich and varied menu of palate pleasers. Touted as one of the best oyster shucking operations on the Pacific Coast (as well as the most visitor-friendly) rumor has it that the Pacific Oyster Company also offers some of the Coast’s…Continue Reading