Oregon Coast Cities And Towns

Along 363 miles of coastline, sits the wonderful Oregon Coast cities and towns. Hwy 101 is the major artery of the coast and runs very close to the ocean itself. It was crowned the title of thePacific Coast Scenic Byway in 1998. In 2002, it was named an All American Road and is one of only 21 across the entire nation.

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Each of the city on the Oregon coast offer so many diverse things to see and do, the excitement never runs dry. The one thing that they all have in common is the long expanse of beach that you can enjoy.

Take your shoes off and squish the sand between your toes, search through the wide varieties of sea life living among the rocks and in the tide pools. Watch the seagulls swoop and dart overhead. The sound of gulls are truly memorable, romantic and somewhat lonely.

If you can afford the time,

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  • take a drive along the coastline, from North to South,

  • bring your golf clubs to enjoy some of the finest golfing anywhere,

  • bring a kite and watch it dance across the sky,

  • grab your gear and hunt for your own fresh seafood by chartering a boat in any of the numerous ports, or

  • get it the easy way, dining in some of the best seafood restaurants along the coastline or grabbing it fresh from any of the well-stocked Oregon coast seafood markets.

Each coastal city is it's own experience.The Oregon Coast is made up of 3 section: Northern, Central and Southern. Let me take you on a major city-by-city trip, from Astoria to Brookings-Harbor.


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Enjoy the scenery and all the great things each of the Oregon Coast cities and towns have to offer their visitors.

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