Where To Stay - Oregon Coast Visitors Association

Where to stay on the People’s Coast

Featured Places to Stay

  • The Ocean Lodge

    2864 S Pacific St
    Cannon Beach, Oregon 97110
    503.436.2241

    Of all Cannon Beach hotels, The Ocean Lodge offers the most unique and romantic lodging on the Oregon coast, just steps away from the iconic Haystack Rock. Our aim is to provide the perfect medium for a multi-generational family experience. The Ocean Lodge library - a beloved feature of the inn - offers literature for everyone from our most mature to our youngest guests. We stock a vast library of movies from all genres, and games such as bocce ball, chess and cards to stimulate playful interaction. Sand castle building and beach combing remain the most favored family activities. Another guest favorite is our cookie jar, filled with homemade cookies. We are also Pet Friendly!

  • Vacasa - Bandon

    1010 1st St SE Suite 290
    Bandon, Oregon 97411
    (541) 394-0396

    Discover the rugged beauty and unforgettable sunsets of Bandon—without giving up any of the comforts of home! At Vacasa, we offer lodging from oceanfront estates with epic views to charming, laid-back cottages...all privately owned and professionally managed, so you can enjoy consistent service coupled with a truly one-of-a-kind experience on the Oregon Coast. Every Vacasa home is unique, but many offer private hot tubs, full kitchens, fireplaces, WiFi, and pet-friendly policies. Find your ideal retreat today—visit Vacasa.com for detailed descriptions and photos of each property, along with customizable search and easy online booking.

  • Nehalem Bay State Park

    Off US 101, 3 miles S of Manzanita Junction
    Oregon
    800-551-6949

    Imagine waking up to the song of the seagull, spending your afternoon on a kayak trip around Nehalem Bay, then taking a short walk over the dunes to the beach. There you\\\'ll sit with a blanket and watch the sun set over the ocean in the shadow of Neah-Kah-Nie Mountain. Finally, snuggle down for the night while the ocean waves sing you a lullaby. This is Nehalem Bay State Park. Crabbing and fishing on Nehalem Bay are popular. For a breathtaking view of the bay, fitness and wildlife enthusiasts will enjoy the 1.75 mile bike trail that circles the park airplane landing strip. Along this route and in the campground itself, you're likely to see deer grazing, a herd of elk, or a coyote crossing the road. The park is also graced with a variety of birds. Fine dining and local boutiques in the neighboring communities of Manzanita and Nehalem offer a change of scenery from the park setting. Afternoon or moonlit walks on the beach and down to the end of the jetty enhance the serenity of this park. The campground provides 284 electrical sites (maximum site 60 feet). The park also offer 16 yurts for overnight stays, a horse camp (17 sites with corrals) and a hiker/biker camp. The park also offers a fly-in camp adjacent to an airstrip. Nehalem Bay State Park offers opportunities for camping, boating, fishing, picnicking, hiking, boating and playgrounds.

Brought to you by OCVA in association with Travel Oregon & Oregon Lodging Association

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