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Vacation house for 6 people in Lincoln Beach, with pets
2 bedrooms, 6 pers.
4.5
37 reviews
Lincoln Beach, Oregon Coast
$63per night
Log cabin for 5 people in Oregon Coast, with garden
2 bedrooms, 5 pers.
4.8
20 reviews
Oregon Coast
$76per night
Cottage for 2 people in Oregon Coast, with balcony/terrace and balcony, with pets
4.4
38 reviews
Oregon Coast
$60per night
Vacation village for 5 people in Lane County, with pets
4.0
15 reviews
Oregon Coast
$86per night
Vacation house for 2 people in Rockaway Beach, with balcony, with pets
1 bedrooms, 2 pers.
4.8
39 reviews
Rockaway Beach, Oregon Coast
$59per night
Log cabin for 3 people in Oregon Coast, with balcony/terrace
1 bedrooms, 3 pers.
4.6
20 reviews
Oregon Coast
$117per night
Vacation house for 6 people in Oregon Coast, with balcony/terrace
2 bedrooms, 6 pers.
4.7
9 reviews
Oregon Coast
$148per night
Large vacation house for 7 people in Bay City
5.0
8 reviews
Bay City, Oregon Coast
$254per night
Vacation house for 3 people in Oregon Coast, with pets
3 pers.
5.0
25 reviews
Oregon Coast
$58per night
Cottage for 4 people in Oregon Coast, with balcony/terrace and balcony
3.7
40 reviews
Oregon Coast
$93per night
Large vacation house for 31 people in Coos County, with garden
3 bedrooms, 31 pers.
4.8
10 reviews
Oregon Coast
$172per night
Vacation house for 4 people in Lane County
5.0
19 reviews
Oregon Coast
$49per night
Vacation house for 4 people in Newport (Oregon)
4.2
20 reviews
Newport (Oregon), Oregon Coast
$63per night
Vacation house for 6 people in Neskowin, with jacuzzi and balcony/terrace
1 bedrooms, 6 pers.
4.6
51 reviews
Neskowin, Oregon Coast
$58per night
Cottage for 4 people in Heceta Beach, with balcony/terrace
1 bedrooms, 4 pers.
4.6
20 reviews
Heceta Beach, Oregon Coast
$127per night
Log cabin for 4 people in Yachats, with balcony/terrace
4.6
7 reviews
Yachats, Oregon Coast
$104per night
Cottage for 4 people in Cannon Beach
1 bedrooms, 4 pers.
4.7
20 reviews
Cannon Beach, Oregon Coast
$121per night
Large vacation house for 6 people in Newport (Oregon), with balcony
3 bedrooms, 6 pers.
4.4
8 reviews
Newport (Oregon), Oregon Coast
$59per night
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Highlights in Oregon Coast

  • Superb surfing at Cannon Beach
  • Seafood festivals at Astoria and Newport
  • Hiking in the Samuel H. Boardman State Scenic Corridor
  • Wondering at the Devil's Punchbowl
  • Kayak at Lincoln City
  • Whale watching from Astoria harbor

Most popular in Oregon Coast

Internet 2,943
Pet allowed 1,480
Balcony/Terrace 2,593
TV 2,914
Garden 771
Parking 2,855
Washing machine 2,644
Jacuzzi 875
Heating 2,527

Popular Destinations in Oregon Coast

Vacation Rentals on the Oregon Coast

Stay in a Luxury Beach House on the Oregon Coast

There are plenty of exceptional beachfront properties along the coast, including spacious cabin options and beach houses in resorts like Lincoln City, Newport, and Bandon. Usually boasting direct access to idyllic beaches, these standalone vacation rentals are suited to pet owners, while they have ample parking, space to stash surfing gear, and huge yards to relax in, too.

Pick an Apartment Near the Sea on the Oregon Coast

Staying in a more compact vacation rental on the Oregon Coast is an attractive alternative. This could include serviced condos in places like Newport with facilities like pools, gyms, and breakfast if desired. But there are also more secluded apartments with fewer services, but more privacy. Either way, you won't lack for choices.

Holiday On the Oregon Coast

Orientation

A Stunning Stretch of American Coastline

The Oregon Coast is a tourist region which stretches for around 360 miles in the Pacific Northwest. The coast is noted for its dramatic rock formations, excellent surfing conditions, beautiful beaches, and attractive fishing ports, it has good links to the cultural attractions in Eugene or Portland.

Getting Around the Oregon Coast

The Oregon Coast has good internal transport links. I-5 runs north to south and makes rapid driving possible, although to travel between locations on the coast, Route 101 is probably more appealing. In fact, it's one of America's most visually stunning highways.

How to Get to the Oregon Coast

Getting to this incredible region isn't difficult. A wide range of airlines fly into Portland, and United and Delta also serve Eugene. Both towns are also on Amtrak's Coast Starlight route, providing another way to get there from Seattle and {{California}29306}}.

Activities on the Oregon Coast

A Fantastic Surfing Destination

The Oregon Coast is world famous for its surf. From Indian Cove in the north to Brookings down south, there are endless surfing beaches and the schools and surf shops to go along with them.

A Great Destination for Scenery Lovers

If you're a fan of beautiful coastline (and who really isn't) then the Oregon Coast is a must see. Notable spots include Cannon Beach, the Oregon Dunes National Recreation Area, and Battle Rock Beach.

A Wonderful Foodie Destination

Oregon's Coast is also a playground for seafood lovers. Whether you're staying near Coos Bay or Astoria, you'll want to find time (and space in your belly) for the clam chowder, oysters, crab cakes, and surf and turf feasts.

The Oregon Coast has served as a backdrop for many hit movies, including the Goonies (filmed at Cannon Beach), Kindergarten Cop (in Astoria), and One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest (in Depoe Bay).

Top 5 Things to Do on the Oregon Coast

1. Visit Cannon Beach

It doesn't matter whether you're a hardcore surfer or just an afternoon hiker, Cannon Beach is the coast's superstar location, featuring waves crashing majestically into rocks, stretches of fine sand, and some of the finest surf this side of Santa Monica.

2. Hike the Samuel H. Boardman State Scenic Corridor

One of the most beautiful places in a strikingly beautiful region, this Scenic Corridor features 27 miles of of forested coast. Famous for its sitka spruce trees and rock arches, it's a place to soak up the fresh air and feel at one with nature.

3. See the Devil's Punchbowl

The Devil's Punchbowl is an almost circular opening in the ground near Newport which was probably created by collapsing ocean caves. As the name indicates, its remarkable appearance has given rise to more exotic stories. Either way, it's a hell of a sight.

4. Go Kayaking at Lincoln City

Kayaking is the best way to see the coast up close and personal, and you can rent kayaks all along its length. Lincoln City is probably the best place to mix up coastal paddling with the town's markets and restaurants.

5. Experience Horse Riding on the Scenic Beaches

You'll find horse riders on almost all of the Oregon Coast's beaches, so why not join them? At places like Nehalem Bay, you can saddle up and hit the sands, with expert assistance if required.

Useful Information

A Year-Round Destination, With Distinct Seasons

The Oregon Coast is the kind of tourist destination where timing is everything. If you intend to spend some time surfing and you aren't that experienced, the waves are less powerful in mid to late-Summer, but for experts the winter breaks are much more impressive. For sunbathers, high summer is definitely the time to go. A winter road trip is definitely possible as well, and may show off the wildness of the headlands and beaches without the distraction of crowds and traffic.

Be There For the Year's Best Food Events

Another thing to think about is scheduling your trip so you can make the most of the Coast's food culture. In that case, April is a good time to visit, thanks to the Astoria Crab, Seafood & Wine Festival. Depoe Bay is a good place to be in September, due to the Indian Style Salmon Bake, while Newport hosts its Seafood and Wine Festival in late February. As you can see, there are irresistible events all year-round.