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Oregon Coast Vacations

With more than 350 miles of coastline to explore in Oregon, outdoor enthusiasts will find out-of-the-way beaches, coastal forests and hiking trails galore. Take your time driving along the Oregon Coast to make the most of its rugged beauty, and discover the quaint and lovely beach communities along the way.

Gold Beach – Located along the Rogue River Estuary, Gold Beach is home to miles of quiet beaches, where you can while away the hours exploring tide pools and collecting agate.

Coos Bay – This scenic town on Oregon’s southern coast is at the gateway to the Oregon Dunes National Recreation Area, where shifting sands create an ethereal landscape.

Newport – Home to Oregon’s tallest lighthouse and the family favorite Oregon Coast Aquarium, this town just two and a half hours from Portland offers great whale watching experiences during the northward spring migration.

Lincoln City – With seven miles of beaches, this city along the Salmon River Estuary offers unique experiences such as glassblowing and kite-flying. Channel your inner adventurer as you cross a suspension bridge offering lovely views of Drift Creek Falls.

Seaside – With a lively beachfront promenade, this city on Oregon’s northern coast is a perfect escape for families. Looking for a challenge? Hike the 7.5 mile trail along Tillamook Head for an unmatched view of the crashing waves and rocky outcroppings.

Region: Oregon

Featured Oregon Coast Hotel

Best Western Holiday Hotel

Best Western Holiday Hotel

Our 3.5-Star classification designates those properties where guests experience an ideal mix of comfortable accommodations and modern amenities. Most of these hotels feature a variety of services, and offer distinguished style and comfort. Half star indicates that the hotel/resort meets all criteria of the designated rating and exceeds in certain areas.
Coos Bay, Oregon

Located across the street from the waterfront and just a short walk from downtown Coos Bay, this hotel serves as the perfect base from which to explore the Oregon Coast and the surrounding dunes, lighthouses, beaches, and historic sites.

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