Your Complete Guide to Over 200 Fun and Adventurous Things To See, Do and Explore While Visiting the Oregon Coast!
At 363 miles long, Oregon’s scenic coastline is filled with countless natural wonders and attractions to see, do, and explore. Hike to a high bluff to watch for whales, walk a long sandy beach, explore a historic lighthouse, catch a live Dungeness crab, join in the fun of a sandcastle building contest, even ride aboard an old-fashioned steam train. The problem is…how do you uncover all of these activities to get the most out of your trip The solution is the new Oregon Coast Guide. Inside these pages, you’ll discover over 200 fun and adventurous things to see, do and explore while visiting the Oregon Coast, complete with descriptions, photos, maps, tips, contact information, a whale watching guide, and much more!
Climb the Astoria ColumnExplore the History of Oregon’s Majestic LighthousesHike One of the Many Oregon Coast TrailsRide in the Cab of a 1925 Steam LocomotiveExperience the Oregon Coast AquariumWalk a Beautiful Beach That Goes on ForeverGo Whale Watching from Shore…or the Ocean!See the Power of Thor’s Well Up CloseJoin the Fun of a Sandcastle Building ContestJet Boat on the Wild Rogue RiverRace Down the Huge Sand Dune at Pacific CityCatch a Live Dungeness CrabExplore the Astoria RiverwalkRide a Bike on the Beach at SeasidePedal the Rails on an Abandoned Rail LineExplore the Tidepools of Haystack RockExperience Five Different Scenic DrivesCreate Your Own Colorful Glass FloatRide a Dune Buggy over the Oregon DunesAnd So Much More!
Over 200 fun and adventurous things to see, do and explore while visiting the Oregon Coast!Look for our other titles, Oregon Road Trips – Oregon Coast Edition, Oregon Road Trips – Northeast Edition, Oregon Road Trips – Southeast Edition, Oregon Road Trips – Southwest Edition. and Oregon Road Trips – Columbia River Gorge Edition.
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