Regions: 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
City: Cannon Beach

The main reason you visit a glass-blowing studio on the Oregon Coast is to purchase some of the truly unique and beautiful artwork on display.

At the Fernhill Art Studio, they also give you a show.

Attraction: Shopping, Sightseeing
City: Astoria

Sandlake Country Inn was voted "Most Romantic Hideaway" by Arrington's Inn Traveler Magazine, and once again rated 4 lips (the highest rating) by "Best Places to Kiss in the Northwest"!

Lodging: Bed & Breakfast
City: Pacific City

Climb an oceanfront peak haunted by the legend of a lost Spanish treasure.

Recreation: Hiking

Where Lewis and Clark First Saw the Pacific

Recreation: Hiking

Explore docks, museums and Victorian mansions in a salty city near the fort where Lewis and Clark wintered 200 years ago.

Recreation: Hiking
City: Astoria

"I behold the grandest and most pleasing prospect which my eyes ever surveyed."

- Capt. William Clark

Recreation: Hiking
City: Seaside

Captain George Flavel was a noted bar pilot and entrepreneur in Clatsop County. His piloting business and other investments helped in the development of Astoria.

Attraction: Museums/History
City: Astoria

Here's a dramatic whale-watching headland jutting into the Pacific Ocean.

Recreation: Camping, Hiking

Oregon Coast charters offer fresh fish and a fresh experience

One of the most exciting things you can do while visiting the Oregon Coast is see it from the ocean.

Recreation: Fishing