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Sometimes referred to as the Pacific Wonderland, Oregon is located on the Pacific coast of the Northwestern United States and is part of the region known as Pacific Northwest. Mountains, sand dunes and misty shores make Oregon an outdoor paradise. Oregon boasts nearly 363 miles of pristine, public coastline made up of diverse terrain that changes from rugged cliffs to evergreen forests to Sahara-like dunes and boundless sandy beaches.

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All its shoreline is sprinkled with one-of-a-kind attractions including scores of quaint towns with legendary seafood served up, historic lighthouses, breathtaking viewpoints, stunning state parks, a profusion of art galleries and museums and a world class aquarium. Mild temperatures, dramatic scenery and a wide range of recreational activities make Oregon one of the most popular vacation destinations.

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A truly inimitable place, Cape Foulweather features the scenery that is absolutely breathtaking, with the incessant winds reminding you of unseen energies that craft and influence coastal landscape. The famous Cape was sighted in 1778 by Captain James Cook during his search for a passage to the Atlantic. "Foulweather" was the first promontory that he named on his five-day journey along the Oregon coast. And this place is really the cape of foul weather, as it always seems to blow at least 20 more miles an hour up here than down below on the beach. In the winter, 100-mile winds are not uncommon. On days when the cloud layer is at two to three hundred feet, it’s like being on top of the clouds. It’s a lovely sight watching the fog burn off – it evaporates, dissipates – just blows away. This site of history is located approximately 3 miles South of Depoe Bay and 9 miles North of Newport. In an area known as "Bald Knob", the Look-Out is perched upon a cliff 500 feet above the Pacific Ocean. The cape can be viewed from Otter Crest State Scenic Viewpoint.

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Just fancy taking an elevator 200 feet down into a 25-million-year-old basilica shaped chamber long as a football field, with walls reverberating from the roaring crescendo of sea lions. The Oregon Coast is dotted with such remarkable attractions as the Sea Lion Caves.

In Coos Bay you will find a host of historical buildings waiting to be discovered, each of them built in a different style. Go bay watching on the Coos Bay Boardwalk, gazing at pleasure and fishing boats and yachts sailing along and sometimes tall ships such as the Lady Washington paying the Bay Area a visit. Whether hiding down side streets or along the main drag, U.S. Highway 101, Downtown Coos Bay and North Bend offer eclectic shops that sell locally made and imported arts and crafts, clothing and seashore-themed gifts.

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Offering year-round recreation for all types of modern day explorers, Ecola State Park is perfect for hiking, biking and other outdoor activities. It offers adventurers many miles of trails in a stunningly beautiful setting. Surfers ride the waves at Indian Beach and tide pools await your discovery. Keep a watchful eye open for the many species of wildlife and birds that call Ecola home. Spot migrating gray whales during winter and spring. The main section of the park is Ecola Point, where numerous viewpoints offer you picturesque views of Cannon Beach, Haystack Rock and the lighthouse. It’s also a popular site for whale watching during the twice-yearly migrations.

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Ideal for boating, fishing, golfing, swimming, hiking, and whitewater paddling, Crescent Beach offers a delightful view and a plethora of outdoor opportunities. Chapman Point is in the vicinity of Crescent Beach and is a good place to explore and Fort Clatsop National Memorial is a perfect site to visit. Enjoy a round of golf at Highlands Golf Course not far from Crescent Beach, and what would a site like Crescent Beach be without exciting nearby features like Sea Lion Rock Arch. While you are at Crescent Beach you can play some golf at Seaside Golf Course and visit Hug Point State Park. Ecola Point is not far from Crescent Beach at all, and there are plenty of people from Astoria here. You will wish for more hours in a day to enjoy all the entertainments at Crescent Beach.

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At the tip of a scenic, forested cape stands Heceta Head Lighthouse, the most photographed lighthouse of Oregon. Soak up the breathtaking beauty of this historic (and haunted!) lighthouse. There is also the Heceta Head Lighthouse, a white clapboard, 1893 duplex that once housed the two assistant light keepers. Still allegedly haunted by a young woman named Rue, the building is now a fabulously scenic bed and breakfast inn with six rooms. From the Heceta Light Station, walk left along the old road 0.2 mile to the lighthouse itself. When it's open (noon to 5 pm Monday through Thursday and 11 am to 6 pm Friday through Sunday), volunteers lead visitors up the 58 tower steps to see the lens rotating on its ball bearing track.

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Netarts Bay RV Park and Marina offers just the right balance of amenities, local attractions, outdoor activities, scenic beauty, and lots of beach fun! Here the scenery is fabulous. On the bay you can watch people crabbing, clamming, fishing, kayaking and boating. Local rivers and bays offer work-class fishing for salmon and steelhead nearly all year long. There are guided ocean charter fishing tours nearby as well. In the bay, some of the most outstanding crabbing you can find anywhere will tempt you to bring the family, take your friends and spend a day in the bay you will remember for a long time. If you need a boat you can rent one at the marina. There is so much to do at Netarts Bay RV Park and Marina including playing golf, whitewater paddling, fishing, and swimming. In addition, Netarts Bay RV Park Marina is a very popular campground that boasts great surroundings to explore, like O'Hara Creek which flows through this area, and Cape Lookout State Park, a great place to visit.

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Discover marine life at the world-class Oregon Coast Aquarium in Newport, which is ranked among the top 10 aquariums in the country. Be sure to see its newest exhibit “Passages of the Deep”, where you will have a chance to experience the mysteries of the open ocean through a submerged acrylic tunnel. Indoor exhibits feature diverse marine life, found in wetlands, sandy and rocky shores and the deep water of the Pacific Ocean. Outdoor exhibits are home to sea otters, seals, sea lions and giant Pacific octopus. Moreover the Aquarium features one of the largest walk-through bird aviaries in North America.

Set on a hillside of rocky terrain, Oceanside is an extraordinary place to see, being one of a kind coastal town which has it all for the beach vacationer. At Oceanside Beach State Recreation Site you can spend the whole day fishing, picnicking, windsurfing, wildlife watching, beachcombing and exploring tide pools. Enjoy the view of Three Arch Rocks National Wildlife Refuge during your stay, the place that Northern and California sea lions, harbor seals, and a variety of birds call home. This National Wildlife Refuge boasts 17 acres of rock islands for marine life to inhabit. Visitors can enjoy viewing this miracle of nature from the shoreline or by boat.

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Escape, relax and enjoy the ocean at Overleaf Lodge in Yachats, Oregon. This hotel offers luxurious guestroom overlooking the spectacular Oregon coast. Walk along an oceanfront trail from the lodge and get to beautiful vistas, tidal pools, sandy beaches, and hidden coves. Pamper yourself at the Overleaf Lodge with a relaxing massage or facial and follow with a soak in a spa tub overlooking the spectacular Oregon coast.

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Everywhere you look, picturesque dairy cows graze on lush green grass around Tillamook, Oregon. Located a few miles inland from the Oregon Coast, Tillamook is one of the top tourist attractions of Oregon. Cheese tasting is a favorite family activity. The Tillamook Cheese Visitor's Center and the Blue Heron Cheese and Wine Company offer samples of cheeses and many gourmet foods. Blue Heron is famous for brie, as well as for the wide variety of Oregon wines available in their wine tasting room. There is a petting zoo for the kids, and sandwiches are available at their deli.