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Oregon Coastal Towns

Looking for Oregon Coastal towns to visit? Villages of the Tillamook Coast dot the coastline like a string of pearls, each jewel shining with its own character. A visit to the Oregon Coast isn’t complete without exploring each town.

Barview

Barview is home to one of the most popular camping sites and fishing spots on the Oregon Coast. There’s a general store stocked with fishing and camping gear, and what many think is the best pizza in the region.

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Bay City

Bay City is busting with things to do. Pedal with the Oregon Coast Railriders, play disc golf, or walk the trails of Kilchis Point Reserve. Top off the day with fresh seafood and oysters at Fish Peddler.

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Beaver

This village was named for the North American beaver that once dominated the creeks, mountains and buttes around the area, and can still be found building dams and homes in local waters.

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Brighton

One of the high points is Kelly’s Brighton Marina with holding tanks containing live crabs, clams, oysters and other local sea critters. Sitting around the fire pit and telling stories about “the one that got away” is always entertaining.

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Cape Meares

Comprised of stunning vertical sea cliffs and rolling headlands of native Sitka spruce and hemlock, it is home to the Big Spruce (Oregon’s largest Sitka).

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Cloverdale

Hebo and Cloverdale are in the heart of dairy farm country, and offer some of the best river fishing on the coast.

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Garibaldi

Garibaldi is a traditional fishing village, complete with picturesque marina, charter boats, saloons where locals hang out, and restaurants specializing in local seafood. Go crabbing right from the pier of the historic boathouse.

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Hebo

Hebo and Cloverdale are in the heart of dairy farm country, and offer some of the best river fishing on the coast.

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Manzanita

Manzanita is pedestrian friendly, and the main street, Laneda, leads to a lovely beach. The farmers market on Friday evenings (May through September) is one of the best on the Oregon Coast.

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Nehalem

Nehalem is a charming, two-block long village nestled on the banks of the Nehalem River. Nehalem also has the only “boatels” in the county. Put your kayak, canoe or SUP in the river right in the center of town.

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Neskowin

Neskowin, with meandering avenues and a community owned golf course that is the center of summer life, is everyone’s idea of a classic beach town. A big general store, restaurant and wine bar, keeps locals and visitors happy all year.

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Netarts

In Oceanside and Netarts, twin towns on the Three Capes Route, you’ll find crabbing, hiking, and the best views of bay and ocean. Oysters and salt harvested from Netarts Bay are world renown.

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Oceanside

In Oceanside and Netarts, twin towns on the Three Capes Route, you’ll find crabbing, hiking, and the best views of bay and ocean. Oysters and salt harvested from Netarts Bay are world renown.

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Pacific City

Pacific City is home to the historic Dory fishing fleet, international surfing championships, an Airstream hotel, and lodging options from budget to treat-yourself-to-something special.

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Rockaway Beach

Rockaway Beach offers the quintessential family beach vacation. It has seven miles of wide, sandy beach, and a downtown filled with restaurants, sweets shops, mini-golf, and stores filled with treasures.

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Sandlake

The Recreation Area encompasses 1,076 acres of open sand dunes just waiting to be explored. There is a year round campground and day use area for your enjoyment. The campground has direct access to both the dunes and the beach.

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Tierra Del Mar

Beachcombing for agates and Japanese glass ball floats is a great pastime at Tierra Del Mar beach. With Pacific City just three miles down the road or a walk down the beach, there is lots to do while vacationing here.

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Tillamook

Tillamook is famous for the Tillamook Cheese Factory and having more cows than people. Downtown is home to two breweries: Pelican and deGarde, both internationally acclaimed.

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Wheeler

Wheeler is known as the little village with the million-dollar view. Hugging Nehalem Bay, it has local-food restaurants, shops, charming hotels and a marina where you can fish, kayak or go boating in the bay.

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Places to Eat

Boat to table, farm to table, fresh chowder, oysters, fish & chips, hamburgers, pizza from the oven, grilled Tillamook cheese sandwiches – you want it, we’ve got it.

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Places to Stay

Whether you want to stay in a vacation home, luxury hotel, comfortable motel, yurt, or tent and RV park, the Tillamook Coast has the ideal lodging for you.

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