363 miles of possibilities

You may have heard of our rugged stretch of the left coast. There are a lot of unique and memorable experiences to be had here. But picking the best time and place is half the adventure. Allow us to lend a hand...

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Three Unique Regions

North Coast

Central Coast

South Coast

Three Unique Regions

Astoria to Lincoln City

North Coast

Distinctive coastlines, historic towns, old folk tales, and thriving, eclectic communities. Where the Columbia River meets the swells of the Pacific Ocean, the North Coast is the convergence of the past and the present, the old and the new.

Lincoln City to Florence

Central Coast

Lighthouses, coastal towns, and roads that hug the ocean. From the beach community of Lincoln City to the adventure-seeker’s dream at Florence, the Central Coast is defined by its relationship with the sea. This is the heart of the Oregon Coast.

Florence to Brookings-Harbor

South Coast

Further out from large population centers, the Southern Coast revels in being off the beaten path. Set out into the wild, where coastal forest trails, stunning sand dunes, and secluded beaches await, anchored by the artistic and animated port of Coos Bay.

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Travel Guides

Head South for These Less-Crowded Coastal Lodgings

Ask any seasoned Oregon traveler and they’ll tell you the same tip for visiting the Oregon Coast: Warmer weather brings the crowds to Oregon’s North Coast. That means if you head a bit farther south along the beautiful U.S. Highway 101, you have plenty of room to stay socially distanced amid the rugged landscape and wild beauty of Oregon’s Central and South Coast. While planning your trip, check out these unique lodging options for an extra-memorable stay.
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Travel Guides

Take a Guided Tour on the Oregon Coast

In addition to guides providing a wealth of knowledge to enrich your experience, tour operators also provide a safe way to try something new or, if you’re a pro, allow you to leave your gear at home. Hiring a guide also helps ensure that you’re visiting responsibly. “Outfitters and guides tend to take very good care of their natural resources that they’re operating in,” Lacey says.
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How to Visit Oregon’s Coastal Tide Pools

If you’ve ever wanted to experience the underwater world of the Pacific Ocean but prefer to stay onshore, the Oregon Coast’s tide pools are a must-see. These rocky pools of seawater along the shoreline — accessible at low tide — are teeming with aquatic life: colorful starfish, spiky sea urchins and otherworldly sea anemones.
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The Abundance of Oregon’s North Coast

It’s no secret that Oregon’s North Coast is a destination of wonder. The region’s 5,200 square miles of lush landscape, rolling verdant hills, abundant wildlife, and sweeping coastal views create that mysterious Pacific Northwest enchantment known for its lure.  Not...
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Spring Road Trip on the Oregon Coast

Imagine having 363 miles of public ocean shoreline as a photography playground. You could capture the rising and setting sun, snap an image of crashing waves and retreating tides, and carefully document the sweeping vistas and historic structures
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Where to Find the Freshest Seafood on Oregon’s South Coast

Whether delicate crab, perfectly seasoned salmon or flavorful homemade clam chowder, a visit to the Oregon Coast simply isn’t complete without a meal that highlights the region’s top culinary experience: fresh seafood. Along the Wild Rivers Coast Food Trail, there...
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