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Come play along Oregon’s North Coast

The North Coast is a playground all its own, whether on a zip line, in a kayak, behind the wheel of a go-kart, or steaming down a mountain bike trail. Or maybe it’s a confectioner’s shop, a craft brewery, gallery or a long stroll on a sandy beach. Whatever your pleasure, come play on Oregon’s North Coast.

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Stories from the People’s Coast

  1. Pack Your Oregon Coast Picnic

    Posted by OCVA

    Oregonians love to eat local, especially when it comes to the bounty of fresh-baked breads, artisan meats and cheeses, sweets and handcrafted beverages on the Coast. But often it’s way more fun to curate and pack your own homegrown picnic instead, and tote it to the beach, the campground, the bike trails or the mountain. Luckily, there are more than a dozen farmers markets up…

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  2. Plan Your Ultimate Summer Road Trip on the Oregon Coast

    Posted by OCVA

      Few highways capture the traveler’s imagination like U.S. Route 101, which spans all 363 enchanting miles of the Oregon Coast and winds through its storied towns and cities. The Pacific Coast Scenic Byway, as it’s known, was designated an All-American Road in 2002, and it’s easy to wax poetic about its awe-inspiring highlights: secluded beaches open to everyone by law, coastal mountains forested with…

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  3. Fresh-Caught Seafood in Wheeler

    Posted by OCVA

    It’s all about coming home for Chantelle Hylton and Patrick Rock. In early 2018, the owners of the Salmonberry Saloon in Wheeler quit their work in Portland’s art and music world and relocated to the Coast, where Rock grew up and still has family. They bought the old Tsunami Grill in Wheeler — the tiny fishing village on the banks of Nehalem Bay, between Manzanita…

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