Tillamook Activities - Oregon Coast Visitors Association

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  • Blue Heron French Cheese Co

    2001 Blue Heron Rd
    Tillamook, Oregon 97141
    800-275-0639

    There is something here for the entire family. Sample famous Blue Heron Brie, try gourmet foods, taste the Northwest's finest wines, or wander through the unique gift store. The Blue Heron also offers a wonderful petting farm for the kids to visit. If you're looking for a fantastic place to eat lunch, try the Blue Heron Deli with fresh baked bread and homemade soups and salads.

  • Cape Meares Lighthouse

    Tillamook, Oregon 97141

    Just 10 miles west of Tillamook and U.S. Hwy 101 this lighthouse stands 217 feet above the ocean and at 38-foot it is the shortest on the Oregon coast. Located near Three Capes Scenic Loop, Cape Meares was constructed in 1888. Visitors can take various trails to reach the lighthouse, as well as viewing areas with Stellar Sea Lions and various seabirds.

  • Cape Meares State Scenic Viewpoint

    Tillamook, Oregon 97141
    800-551-6949

    A must-see when driving the Three Capes Scenic route, Cape Meares State Scenic Viewpoint is situated on a headland 200 feet above the ocean. Cape Lookout and Cape Kiwanda are the other two capes on this route. Cape Meares provides an excellent view of the largest colony of nesting common murres (the site is one of the most populous colonies of nesting sea birds on the continent). Bald eagles and a peregrine falcon have also been known to nest near here.<P>

  • Kayak Tillamook County

    PO Box 1270
    Tillamook, Oregon 97141
    503-866-4808

    Welcome to the most extensive kayaking guide service on the Oregon Coast! Kayak Tillamook County offers privately-scheduled Paddle Board and Kayak Tours for groups year-round. Choose from dozens of locations from Cannon Beach to Lincoln City. Our seven estuary systems offers flat-water paddling on six coastal bays, dozens of rivers, scores of intimate sloughs, backwater channels and fresh water lakes. We can satisfy practically any flat-water experience desired. Encounter river otters, harbor seals, mink, elk, raptors and seabirds while paddling your own kayak or sharing a tandem. We are professionally trained and certified staff, and registered with the Oregon State Marine Board. Beginners and novices welcome! From November to March individual thermoses of Hot Apple Cider are served, each with a fresh cinnamon stick inside.

  • Lance Fisher Fishing

    422 Gateway Ave. #220
    Astoria, Oregon 97103
    503-488-5988

    Lance Fisher Fishing is a fishing guide and fishing charter service based in Astoria, Oregon. Lance targets Salmon, Steelhead, Sturgeon and Bottom Fish in the Ocean, at Buoy 10 and on the the Columbia River. We also fish Nehalem Bay and Tillamook Bay out of of both Garibaldi and Tillamook. Salmon Fishing-- Spring Salmon: March-June Summer Salmon: June-July Fall Salmon: August-November Steelhead Fishing-- Winter Steelhead Fishing: December-March Sturgeon Fishing-- Sturgeon Fishing: June-July Bottom Fishing-- Ling Cod and Bass: May-June

  • Munson Creek State Natural Area

    6 mi. S of Tillamook on Hwy 101. Turn east on Munson Cr,. Rd for 2 mi.
    Tillamook , Oregon 97141
    800-551-6949

    The park is home to ancient western red cedar and Sitka spruce. A relic of an ancient rain forest, the world's second-tallest spruce -- at 260' tall and 8' in diameter -- lives here. Also an important salmon spawning ground, Munson Creek Falls tumbles 319', making it the tallest waterfall in the Coast Range. A 1/4 mile trail system winds through the hills to the waterfall. Vital stats: There is no fee to use this park. There's no water or restroom at the park. Munson Creek offers opportunities for hiking.

  • Oregon Coast Scenic Railroad

    Port of Garibaldi Depot
    Garibaldi, Oregon 97118
    (503) 842-7972

    Come and join us on a delightful train ride behind one of our historic steam locomotives and enjoy beautiful ocean views and native wildlife along Tillamook Bay. Board the train in Rockaway or Garibaldi. Departures offered on weekends, starting May 26 through September 29, daily service June 22 through September 2. We also offer 3 hour dinner trains throughout the year as well as a number of special excursions including: the Fireworks Spectacular on July 4th, Moonlight Specials, Fall Splendor, Pumpkin Train, and Candy Cane Express. Call or visit our non-profit organization's website for prices, special excursions, and online ticketing at www.ocsr.net.

  • Tillamook Area Chamber of Commerce

    3705 Highway 101 North
    Tillamook, Oregon 97141
    503-842-7525

    We invite you to Explore Tillamook by visiting our visitor's center, requesting a guide, or faster yet visit GoTillamook.com. Tillamook is full of attractions and recreation to keep you entertained for days. From the internationally known Tillamook Cheese Factory to our locally known unique beaches, there is something here for everyone. We are here to be your guide. Go to our website to start exploring your next breathtaking destination...

  • Tillamook Cheese Factory

    4175 Highway 101 N
    Tillamook, Oregon 97141
    (503) 815-1300

    During a free, self-guided tour, you’ll get to see videos, historical displays and interactive kiosks about Tillamook. You’ll even get a behind the scenes look at the Tillamook cheesemaking room and packaging line! After you’ve seen how it’s all made, head to our sample counter for free bites of our tasty cheeses. Enjoy breakfast or lunch at our Creamery Café, and for dessert, indulge in decadent Tillamook Fudge and a scoop (or three!) of extra creamy Tillamook Ice Cream on a freshly baked waffle cone.

  • Tillamook Forest Center

    45500 Wilson River Hwy
    Tillamook, Oregon 97141
    866-930-4646

    Find Yourself in the Forest at the Tillamook Forest Center. Are you ready for fun and adventure in the forest? The Tillamook Forest Center, Oregon's forest visitor and education center, beckons from the lush green landscape from the northern Coast Range. The Tillamook Forest Center is FREE and its exhibits and programs showcase the legacy of the Tillamook Burn and the public spirit behind the monumental reforestation effort which led to the Tillamook State Forest of today. Discover the power of fire through our award-winning film Legacy of Fire, the miracle of the salmon lifecycle, and the resilient, dynamic and productive nature of forests. Climb the 40 foot tall replica fire lookout tower where you can learn about the life of a lookout. Then stroll out onto the suspension bridge and peer into the rushing waters of the Wilson River.

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