Stretching for about 100 miles from Lincoln City to Florence and Winchester Bay, Central Oregon Coast Beaches comprise an array of extremely diverse scenery and landscapes. Ranging from basalt outcropping, tree-top cliffs, and colossal sea stacks to flat sand areas, extensive dunes, and broad gravel bars, you can see it all here in Oregon!
Oregon's mid-coast is a place to enjoy breathtaking Pacific beauty, observe wildlife, hike, fish, surf waves, sandboard dunes, collect agates, explore coastal towns, historic lighthouses, and much more.
Salem and Eugene, the second-largest cities of Oregon, are just a little over an hour of driving to Central Oregon Coast Beaches. That means warmer summer months, weekends, and holidays bring more people to the beaches and towns. However, even in the busiest time of the year when well-known and popular beaches are crowded, you can find a beautiful seashore that offers seclusion and relaxation. Luckily, Oregon beaches are all-season tourist destinations.
The Oregon Coast is a magical place in the winter. A winter weekend on the coast might involve watching the gray whales migrating to the south and back, exploring tidepools, beachcombing, or just enjoying a dramatic show of huge waves crashing ashore.
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North Oregon Coast Beaches & Landmarks
The breathtaking North Oregon Coast is about 100 miles long extending from the mouth of the Columbia River in Astoria to the Pacific City. Despite such a relatively short stretch of the coast, the variety of landscapes here is truly remarkable. You can see massive dunes, dense old-growth forests, expansive sandy beaches, towering sea stacks, broad gravel bars, and weathered basalt cliffs.
South Oregon Coast Beaches & Landmarks
South Oregon Coast Beaches stretch from North Bend and Coos Bay all the way down to the California border. The South Oregon Coast is an amazing destination, full of natural beauty with breathtaking shorelines, picturesque hiking trails, and a variety of places to visit that are sure to make your trip memorable.
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Attention, Fellow Beachgoers!
Unfortunately, our beautiful Pacific Northwest beaches are stained with trash, especially plastic. We at Oregon Discovery, as well as other unaffiliated groups of nature lovers, made a commitment to do our part in keeping our beaches clean, but we need your help too!
Whenever you go out to enjoy nature at your favorite spot, please bring a trash bag or two and help us pick up garbage. Even picking up a little bit here and there will make a huge long-term difference.
Please, help us save our beautiful nature for generations to come!