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Highlights in Seaside (Oregon)

  • Surfing
  • Golf
  • Camping
  • Rivers
  • Unspoiled beaches
  • Friendly resorts

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Seaside Vacation Rentals

Seafront Vacation Home

Seaside Oregon is home to hundreds of fantastic beach villas located in premium position all along the beautiful coastline. You can get a vacation home along the waterfront on sought after Beach Drive, in the Avenues and close to the Seaside Golf Course and Seaside Aquarium. Your fully equipped rental homeincludes sea views private pools, gardens, terraces and private jacuzzis. Each rental home is situated close to the city centre of Gearhart and Seaside Cove Beach.

Coastal Condos and Rental Home

Most homes in Seaside are located very close to the beach and you can opt for a modern condo along the coast, guest house, friendly inn, bed and breakfast or hotel apartment with spa services. There are so many vacation rental options available in Seaside that there is something to suit every budget. Stunning homes on Sunset Boulevard provide excellent views and beach access.

Vacationing in Seaside, Oregon

Beach Town and Clams

Seaside is located in Clatsop County and is named after Seaside House. This old summer resort was built in the 1870s by Ben Holladay, who was a railroad magnate. Seaside has a population of about 6,457 and is located on the Clatsop Plains on the edge of the Pacific Ocean, 29 km south of the end of the Columbia River. The city lies on the Necanicum River. The city is well known as the breeding ground for Pacific razor clams.

Beach Town Built on a River

Seaside is a relatively small, quaint town located on the banks of the Necanicum river in close proximity to the sea. The Tilamook Heads is located in the nort of the city and lends an impressive and imposing aura to the region.

A Great Place to Play Golf

Many visitors to the area love to try out the rolling greens on the Seaside Gold course. This is a public 9-hole golf course that was opened in 1923. It is open all year round and visitors can enjoy meals at the on-site restaurant. The golf course is dog-friendly too. The course is located along the Necanicum River making it a peaceful and relaxing place to play golf.

Seaside Mountains
Seaside Mountains


Outdoor Adventures in Seaside Oregon

Seaside is a great vacation spot if you want to walk the beaches, go swimming, sunbathe or do some diving and boating. The area is picturesque and pleasant. The area is also popular with surfers whether they are beginners or more experienced. The Clatsop State Forest is located nearby. You can stroll on the promenade and feed the seals at the aquarium, where you can also touch a huge whale skeleton. Kids love to fly kites on the beach.

The Ideal Beach Holiday Destination

The beach at Seaside are very beautiful and serene. You can choose an action packed and busy vacation and go yachting, fishing, surfing or hiking along the coast or merely laze on the beach, dine at the seafood restaurants or have a yoga or spa treatment.

A Hiker's Dream

There are a number of great hiking trails in and around Seaside. From strolling along the ocean Promenade or taking a short family hike at the estuary through Gateway Park or the tougher Saddle Mountain there is a hike for every level of fitness and ability. The North Coast Land Conservancy, Sunset Empire Park and Recreation offer themed hikes.

Seaside Beach
Seaside Beach

Top 5 things to do in Seaside Oregon

1. Tillamook Head

Tillamook Head is located high up on the Pacific coast in north west Oregon. It is located in west-centralClatsop County, south of seaside. This scenic area is a great spot for hiking, picnics and appreciating the magnificent views in the area.

2. Seaside Museum and Historical Society

Open six days a week, the Seaside Museum and Historical Society is dedicated to the preservation and display of the area's natural history. It is the location of the historic Butterfield Cottage which was the area's first seaside resort. The museum also houses a Native American exhibit.

3. Necanicum River camping

The Necanicum River is located on the Pacific coast of Oregon. It is 21 miles/34 km long and runs through a timber-producing area. The river is the focal point of Seaside. It is a picturesque and beautiful river which is popular with day visitors and also offers overnight camping and RV sites.

4.Clatsop Plains

The Clatsop Plains The Clatsop Plains are wetlands and sand dunes which you will find between the Northern Oregon Coast mountain range and Pacific Ocean. It is also known as the Clatsop Beach. It covers 18-miles of beach from Fort Stevens, Clatsop Spit, and Point Adams, including Columbia Beach and Sunset Beach. Clatsop Plains includes the beach and inland Gearhart.

5. Camp 18 Musuem

This lovely museum and restaurant in Seaside offers an historic glimpse into ancient logging practices and equipment.

The Oregon coastline never looks the same. The sand levels go up and down and sometimes seem to disappear. This is due to the ever changing tide levels

Useful Information

Pacific Northwest Coastal Climate

Seaside Oregon has a Pacific Northwest coastal climate. The winter months are rainy and summers are mild to cool. The average high temperature in August, is 68 °F (20 °C).

Seaside Jazz Festival

The Seaside Jazz Festival was once called the Oregon Dixieland Jubilee and has been running for 35 years! Featured music genres include Ragtime, Dixieland, Traditional Jazz, or Swing, the genres of this great music are many and diverse.