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
What’s a trip to the Coast without an ice cream cone or little samples of squeaky cheese at the Tillamook Cheese Factory? Millions of visitors flock to this palace of dairy worship while adventuring on the North Coast, but often overlook other sites just as engaging. Here’s your guide to five of those secret spots on the North Coast, all of which are less crowded…Continue Reading
Locals know there’s nothing quite like a heady pint of stout — brimming with rich flavor notes of chocolate, coffee and toasted nuts — to warm your bones and raise your spirits during the chilly months. And this February, Oregon’s North Coast puts a different spin on this classic brew. The cities of Astoria and Warrenton — each positioned on Youngs Bay — charm visitors…Continue Reading
The winter-spring shoulder season is a stunning time at the Oregon Coast. Fewer people are out and about, leaving the 363 miles of often sunny and sparkling beaches — as well as trails, parks and rivers — clear for all sorts of exploration. Much of it, in fact, is managed by Oregon State Parks, which offers a bounty of natural, cultural and educational resources for…Continue Reading