Manzanita is a sweet little beach town just south of Cannon Beach on Oregon’s north coast.
Stroll the beach and enjoy the spectacular view of Neahkahnie Mountain to the north. It was here that famed Oregon governor Oswald West was so inspired by the landscape that he declared that Oregon’s beaches should always remain free and open to all. Back in town, Manzanita packs in the culinary excellence with a delightful bakery, fine dining, wine, beer and gourmet groceries.
Rockaway’s long sandy beach is the focal point of this family-friendly, laid-back community. Here, visitors can hike nearby Neahkahnie Mountain, go clamming, crabbing or trout fishing, and enjoy annual events that include the kite festival and arts and crafts fair.
Discover this hidden treasure of the Oregon Coast. Wheeler is a coastal community where art, history and the great outdoors abound. Stroll the shops and galleries. Look for migratory birds along the bay. Dig for clams in the river estuary....
Neskowin is a great little town. It’s got that off-the-beaten track, locals-only, undiscovered territory kind of charm. We currently don’t have any stories or activities for this little gem, so we’re counting on you to go exploring and report back.