Cities: Cannon Beach

In September 1846 the U.S. survey schooner Shark sank at the mouth of the Columbia River. Part of the wreckage, with three small cannons attached, floated southward and washed up within a month of the disaster near present-day Arch Cape. Finally, in 1922, local residents successfully petitioned for the post office to be called "Cannon Beach."

From luxurious oceanview estates to laid-back beach cottages, Vacasa offers dozens of homes throughout Cannon Beach. Many include hot tubs, oceanfront access, pet-friendly policies, WiFi, and gourmet kitchens.

Region: Northern Coast

Our Home is located within walking distance of downtown and all of the great shops and restaurants.  Enjoy breathtaking views of the ocean from the upper deck while soaking in the six-person hot tub.

 

Region: Northern Coast

Find your home away from home at the Hallmark Resort & Spa in Cannon Beach.

Region: Northern Coast

A delightful ocean-view hotel at the South end of Cannon Beach across from Tolovana Park and the ocean.  Stay in a well-appointed room with a gas fireplace, deck, free Wi-Fi, and small kitchen.

Region: Northern Coast

Discover Cannon Beach from this ideal location…On the ocean in the heart of downtown.   You’ll enjoy gas fireplaces, decks, small kitchens, free Wi-Fi, hot tub and a wonderful oceanfront lawn.

Lodging: Hotels & Motels
Region: Northern Coast

At the Tolovana Inn, guest rooms offer gorgeous views of the Pacific Ocean and Cannon Beach landmark Haystack Rock from private balconies.

Region: Northern Coast

Walking into Bruce’s Candy Kitchen in Cannon Beach is like being transported back to the old days of candy stores in the 1950s and ‘60s.

Attraction: Shopping, Sightseeing
Region: Northern Coast

I must have driven by Newmans 988 in Cannon Beach more than 200 times during my visits to the Oregon Coast.

Attraction: Dining
Region: Northern Coast

Cannon Beach is one of the cities on the coast that has a well-documented history, and is one of the places that Lewis and Clark visited.

Region: Northern Coast

Like any good entrepreneur,  DK Smith had an idea around 40 years ago, one that people weren’t sure was going to work.

Kites.

Attraction: Shopping, Sightseeing
Region: Northern Coast

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