About the Oregon Coast
The Oregon Coast stretches for over 350 miles from Astoria in the north to Brookings in the south with all of its scenic beaches open to the public. Oregon Coast highway 101 is one of the most spectacular drives anywhere in the world, venturing along miles of open beaches, rolling sand dunes and stunning rock formations, through fishing villages and lumber towns, past lakes and wild rivers such as the Rogue on the southern Oregon Coast.
Cross Iconic bridges that soar above the Columbia, Yaquina, Alsea and Coos River and explore historic lighthouses.
Visit the site of the Lewis & Clark expedition's Fort Clatsop built In 1805, the explorers home on the Pacific Coast.
The Oregon Dunes National Recreation Area with mist shrouded dunes and ghost forests border over 30 miles of Hwy 101 on the Central Coast. More than 80 state parks and other recreation sites ore found all along the Oregon Coast with camping and picnic sites easily available making this a travelers or RVers paradise for those seeking outdoor adventures & hiking.
Go charter fishing, whale watching or play world class oceanside golf courses at Bandon Dunes. Learn more about marine life at the Oregon Coast Aquarium and Hatfield Marine Science Center in Newport.
Visit busy beach towns like Lincoln City, Newport, Bandon & Cannon Beach that offer elite level restaurants, lodgings, galleries and shopping or explore the quieter coastal villages such as Port Orford, Yachats and Pacific City with their own picturesque locales and atmospheres.