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Oregon Coast

Forming Oregon’s western border along the Pacific Ocean – with the Oregon Coast Range to the east – the area consists of over 30 cities, 235 miles of coastline and 50-plus beaches. Each beach features its own characteristics, such as geological formations, hiking trails, lighthouses, sea lion caves and views for miles.

Most Popular Beaches include Cannon Beach, home to Haystack Rock; Nye Beach in Newport; Rockaway Beach Wayside; and Manzanita Beach, to name a few.

Many beaches are also found within 60 natural areas. Explore Cape Perpetua, Shore Acres and Ecola State Park. Book fishing charters and tours, hike hundreds of trails, canoe and kayak, surf, and look for whales and dolphins. While reconnecting with nature, see bridges, historical sites and 11 lighthouses on the Oregon Coast. Many are open for tours and accessible via trails where visitors

Experience the Oregon Coast’s culture at dozens of art galleries and museums. The area was first discovered in the early 1800s, and has since grown into an attractive destination while preserving its heritage. Visit the Columbia River Maritime Museum and Hatfield Marine Science Center. Then tour the historic Flavel House, Camp 18, Tillamook Air Museum, and Whale, Sea Life and Shark Museum.