Southern Coast

The Southern Oregon Coast includes North Bend through Brookings . The southern coastline does not get quite the same attention as the North and Central Coast of Oregon from visitors, but only because of driving distance rather than beauty or amenities. North Bend and Coos Bay are both rich with history. Some of the early ...

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Central Coast

This is a contrasting region with rugged coastline and wind-sculpted sand dunes. Outdoor recreational opportunities and family fun are found year round. The Central Oregon Coast has some very popular tourist destinations andis relatively accessible from all areas of Oregon. The Central Coast includes Depoe Bay through Florence. Each of these cities are unique and enjoyable ...

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Northern Coast

The Northern Oregon Coast is a diverse region rich with maritime history, surrounded by majestic coastal-range mountains and panoramic views of the Pacific Ocean. The North Coast of Oregon, including Astoria through Lincoln City,contains long stretches of unbroken beach. Astoria, located at the mouth of the Columbia River, is the northern-most city in the state. Just south ...

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The Oregon Coast Aquarium is one of the top visitor attractions on the coast.

Oregon Coast Dunes

The largest area of dunes in the country are found between Florence and North Bend.

Light Houses

Oregon's wild, rugged coast is home to a number of splendid and historic lighthouses.

Sealion Caves

Sea Lion Caves is nature's home for wild sea lions and a variety of sea birds. Sea Lion Caves is located 11 miles North of Florence on the Oregon Coast.

Stretching 363 miles, the Oregon Coastline is a pristine and diverse terrain of rugged cliffs, to Sahara-like sand dunes, and long serine sandy beaches. Whether it’s Astoria in the north, Brookings in the south, or anywhere in between, the Oregon Coast is a land of one-of-a-kind attractions and plenty of things to do. Historic townships, quaint fishing villages and an abundance of state parks offer travelers of all kinds their own unique experience and endless opportunities for fun. Around every coastal highway corner you’ll find stunning vistas, breathtaking views and historic lighthouses. Coastal towns await you with open arms serving up savory seafood dishes, one-of-a-kind art galleries and museums, and a world-class aquarium. It doesn’t take long to discover why residents call the Oregon Coast their home.