Discover The Coast

The CoastOregon’s nearly 363 miles of pristine, public coastline is made up of diverse terrain that changes from rugged cliffs to evergreen forests to Sahara-like dunes and boundless sandy beaches. From Astoria in the north to Brookings in the southern tip, follow the shoreline past a smorgasbord of one-of-a-kind attractions including scores of quaint towns with a penchant for serving up legendary seafood, historic lighthouses, breathtaking viewpoints, stunning state parks, a cornucopia of galleries and museums and a world class aquarium. Mild temperatures, dramatic scenery and a wide range of recreational activities make the coast one of the state’s most popular regions.

 

The Coast Information

About

Map
Scenic Byways

Itineraries

Culinary Coast
Central Coast From Flying Kites to Sandy Dunes

Oregon Coast Scenic Byway: All American Road – Highway 101
Wild Rhododendrons & Coastal Adventure

DMO Contact Info

Oregon Coast Visitors Association
voice: 541-574-2679
fax: 541-265-2188
http://visittheoregoncoast.com/
lucy@thepeoplescoast.com

Eugene Cascades & Coast – Travel Lane County
voice: 541-484-5307
fax: 541-343-6335
www.eugenecascadescoast.org
tour@TravelLaneCounty.org

Coos Bay – North Bend Visitor & Convention Bureau
voice: 541-269-0215
fax: 541-269-2861
www.OregonsAdventureCoast.com
info@oregonsadventurecoast.com

Florence Area Chamber of Commerce
voice: 541-997-3128
fax: 541-997-4101
www.florencechamber.com
info@florencechamber.com

Greater Newport Chamber of Commerce
voice: 541-265-8801
fax: 541-265-5589
www.newportchamber.org
chamber@newportnet.com

Lincoln City Visitor & Convention Bureau
voice: 541-996-1274
fax: 541-994-2408
www.oregoncoast.org
visitors@lincolncenter.org

Seaside Visitors Bureau
voice: 503-738-3097
fax: 503-717-8299
www.seasideor.com
info@seasideor.com

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