Tours & Adventures

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Tours & Adventures


To really know our state, you have to get out and experience it. This is why Oregon is one of the best places in the world for outdoor adventure. If you’re looking for world-class golfing, cycling, kayaking, skiing, rafting, windsurfing or just about anything else-ing, look no further. The Oregon Coast was created for outdoor recreation.
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Experience the beautiful Tillamook Coast in a way like no other: riding an historic steam locomotive. Sit back and feel the breeze weave through your hair as the train chugs along Tillamook Bay, revealing breathtaking views of both the bay and the ocean.
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A visit to the Tillamook Air Museum is like taking a step back in time – almost literally. Housed inside one of the nation’s last remaining World War II blimp hangars, this world renowned museum features rare wartime and aviation artifacts and meticulously restored vintage aircraft, many of which are still airworthy!
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There’s only one spot along the Tillamook Coast where you can indulge in an ice cream cone, taste an award-winning grilled cheese sandwich and bring home a bag of "squeaky cheese," all while learning what goes into making world-famous Tillamook medium cheddar cheese.
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Quilts have been part of Tillamook County since the early pioneers first came over the mountain to the Tillamook Coast. The Quilt Trail concept, which started in Ohio, is very popular on the East coast as demonstrated by the 3,000+ quilt blocks mounted on barns and businesses.
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Take in the beauty that surrounds you in Tillamook County with a glass of wine from a local vintner or a seasonal ale from one of our local brewers. Self guided Wine Tours & Brew Tours include locations in Tillamook and Pacific City.
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From the Blog


The Tillamook Coast is known for many things: beautiful sandy beaches, endless waterways, museums, and interpretive trails. Add one more option though! Book a tour to […]
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Given that the origin of the name “Netarts” is likely a variation of “Na-ta-at,” the local Native American word for Oyster Bay – it’s a fair […]
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One unavoidable aspect to visiting the farming parts of Oregon’s Tillamook Coast is, of course, the local dairy air. It’s true in fact, this bovine perfume […]
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Hissing brakes, grinding metal, and finally the unmistakable signal of a steam engine’s whistle cutting through the air. Few sounds can stir the hearts of everyone […]
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