Oregon Hotel Reservations
Visiting Oregon Coast
Astoria to Brookings, the Oregon Coast is 360 miles of natural beauty and opportunity. Anchored in the south by Brookings, with Harris Beach State Park to the north and Azalea State Park inland on Highway 101 east toward Harbor. The heart of Oregon’s Wild River’s Coast, Brookings-Harbor offers visitors delightful weather year-round and events like the Slam‘n Salmon Ocean Derby, Labor Day Weekend. Travel the Oregon coast, pick a stop – all beaches are open to the public. Sand Board in Oregon Dunes National Recreation Area, fly kites in Lincoln City and explore historic lighthouses – enjoy a getaway to the Oregon Coast.
Set on the Columbia River near the Pacific Coast, Astoria is filled with Victorian charm and Maritime culture. Through mid October, the 2012 Astoria Sunday Market is a must-visit destination. Not just the freshest Oregon produce, Sunday Market offers unique handcrafted products, local artisans and weekly entertainment. Visit Astoria’s Sunday Market on 12th Street, in the heart of historic downtown.
Seaside, 20-miles south of Astoria, marks the end of the Lewis and Clark expedition. Known for its wide and open beaches and a 1.5-mile promenade, Seaside is a popular getaway. The volleyball world has a keen eye on Seaside, where August’s Seaside Beach Volleyball Tournament draws competitors to the largest tournament of its kind. Seaside celebrates the 30th year of its beach volleyball tournament summer 2012.
Lincoln City, on the 45th Parallel of Oregon’s north central coast, offers visitors 7-miles of pristine beach. Known as the Kite Capital of the World, don’t be surprised to find colorful kites dotting the sky along the coast. October 2012 marks the 34th year for Lincoln City’s Fall Kite Festival. With the theme Stars & Stripes, there will be plenty of red, white and blue flying October 13th and 14th. This is also the last weekend for the Lincoln City Farmers & Crafters Market. Don’t miss the market on Sunday’s on the lawn at the Lincoln City Cultural Center.
Yaquina Head, home of Oregon’s tallest lighthouse signals travelers they have arrived in Newport. Along the Bayfront, Historic downtown Newport remains an active commercial fishing port with chowder houses and fish processing plants, mixed with boutiques and galleries filling the historic store fronts. Along Newport’s pacific coastline is Nye Beach, one of Oregon Coast’s most popular destinations. The Newport Performing Arts and Visual Arts Center adds to the attractions along with unique shops, galleries and eateries.
Heading south from Newport on the central Oregon Coast, travelers enjoy the spectacular scenery of the Siuslaw National Forest and the dramatic Oregon coastline. Moving down Oregon’s Highway 101, travelers pass through charming coastal towns like Florence and Reedsport before arriving in Coos Bay and Oregon Dunes National Recreation Area. A hub of commerce, recreation and activity for the Oregon Coast, the Coos Bay area has a calendar filled with events and festivals.
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10 Best Western Hotels
in Oregon Coast
Best Western Astoria Bayfront Hotel
Best Western Inn at Face Rock
Best Western Beachfront Inn
Best Western Holiday Hotel
Best Western Pier Point Inn
Best Western Plus Landmark Inn
Best Western Plus Lincoln Sands Oceanfront Suites
Best Western Agate Beach Inn
Best Western Salbasgeon Inn & Suites of Reedsport
Best Western Plus Ocean View Resort