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Set on a hillside of rocky terrain, beach-house community of Oceanside is an extraordinary place to see, being one of a kind coastal town which has it all for the beach vacationer. Many of Oceanside homes are built into the cliff overlooking the ocean, including the aptly named House on a Hill, also called Clifftop Inn, moderately prices lodge perched on a bluff at Maxwell Point, offering sweeping window views. There is also a small museum featuring sea specimens and newspaper articles about the area, as well as a telescope focused on the offshore Three Arch Rocks bird refuge.

Another good place to stay is Bender Vacation Rental Properties featuring 6 units with cliffside ocean views, large private decks, full kitchens, fireplaces and TVs.

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A popular place to dine in Oceanside, Roseanna’s Oceanside Café offers gourmet dining, including expertly prepared local oysters and fresh salmon. Nearby, at the beach, there is Anchor Tavern featuring microbrews, smoked meat, BBQ ribs, clam chowder and pizza.

Oceanside and the nearby area is perfect for outdoor recreational activities including horseback riding, walking on the pristine beaches, beach combing, crabbing, clamming and fishing in Netarts Bay, as well as marvelous coastal hiking at Cape Lookout and mountain hiking at Wilson River Canyon.

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The nearby city of Manzanita provides some of the best wind surfing and kite flying opportunities too. This is not all – the region and the County itself offer a host of other activities such as whale watching, wind surfing, golfing, parasailing, biking, hiking, kayaking, swimming, canoeing, boating, and wildlife or bird watching.

At Oceanside Beach State Recreation Site, located in the center of the community of Oceanside, you can spend the whole day fishing, picnicking, windsurfing, wildlife watching, beachcombing and exploring tide pools. Here the views are just jaw-dropping, with the ocean vistas highlighted by offshore Three Arch Rocks and rimmed by the headland on the North and Netarts Bay on the South.

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At Oceanside Beach State Recreation Site, located in the center of the community of Oceanside, you can spend the whole day fishing, picnicking, windsurfing, wildlife watching, beachcombing and exploring tide pools. Here the views are just jaw-dropping, with the ocean vistas highlighted by offshore Three Arch Rocks and rimmed by the headland on the North and Netarts Bay on the South.

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You can just park facing the ocean, inhaling the natural splendor or step outside to feed the gulls. This beach area is known for excellent agate hunting during the winter season when the sand is stripped away by ocean currents. During the summer season, the park is a popular place to beachcomb, explore tide pools and surf. In the sky above the park you can often spot colorful hang gliders, paragliders and kites.

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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. On of the best known landmarks of Oregon Coast, the refuge consists of three large and six smaller rocks. Located one-half mile offshore, this National Wildlife Refuge boasts 17 acres of rock islands for marine life to inhabit.

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Visitors can enjoy viewing this miracle of nature from the shoreline or by boat, so binoculars will be helpful to observe the action. This refuge supports the largest in Oregon breeding colony of tufted puffins, the flamboyant birds with large bright orange beaks and long yellow head tufts. Other sea bird species breeding on this refuge include Leach Storm petrel, Brandt Cormorant, Pigeon Guillemot and gulls. The refuge also supports the largest breeding colony of Common Murre South of Alaska, as well as threatened Steller sea lion, the larger of the two sea lions found on the Oregon Coast.