6 STOPS YOU HAVE TO MAKE ON THE OREGON COAST | Oregon Coast RV Travel from Florence to Cannon Beach

6 STOPS YOU HAVE TO MAKE ON THE OREGON COAST | Oregon Coast RV Travel from Florence to Cannon Beach

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3 Popular Attractions In Oregon

  • Pittock Mansion: Historic building in Portland, Oregon.
    • Oneonta Gorge: Waterfall in the Columbia River Gorge, near the Oregon-Washington border.

    Oregon Facts:

    • Pilot Butte, a cinder cone volcano, exists within the city limits of Bend.
    • Silver Falls State Park is the Oregon’s largest state park. It features 10 waterfalls and contains a wide variety of forested hiking trails.
    • The largest cheese factory in the world, the Tillamook Cheese Factory attracts many people every year. There are many self-guided tours around the premises and you can also sample one of their products or enjoy an assortment of fine food products in their gift shop.
    • Keeping Portland Weird lives up to its motto with this little tidbit of factual green space – Portland is the home of the smallest park in the world. It’s true! TheMill’s End Park is only two feet across.
    Portland, Oregon
    City of Portland
    Portland and Mt. Hood from Pittock Mansion.jpg
    Portland, OR — St. John's Bridge, view of east tower from southwest.jpg
    Convention Center IMG 0378cc1 (6150383789).jpg
    Union Station in snow Feb 2014 - from Broadway Bridge.jpg
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    Tilikum Crossing with streetcar and MAX train in 2016.jpg
    Nickname(s):

    “Rose City”; “Stumptown”; “PDX”; see Nicknames of Portland, Oregon for a complete list.
    Interactive map of Portland
    Coordinates:

    45°31′12″N 122°40′55″W / 45.52000°N 122.68194°W / 45.52000; -122.68194Coordinates: 45°31′12″N 122°40′55″W / 45.52000°N 122.68194°W / 45.52000; -122.68194

    Country United States
    State Oregon
    Counties Multnomah
    Washington
    Clackamas
    Bioregion Cascadia
    Founded 1845; 177years ago(1845)
    Incorporated February8, 1851; 171 years ago(1851-02-08)
    Named for Portland, Maine[1]
    Government

    •Type Commission
    •Mayor Ted Wheeler[2] (D)
    •Commissioners
    •Auditor Mary Hull Caballero
    Area

    City 144.98sqmi (375.50km2)
    •Land 133.42sqmi (345.57km2)
    •Water 11.56sqmi (29.93km2)
    •Urban

    524.38sqmi (1,358.1km2)
    Elevation

    50ft (15.2m)
    Highestelevation

    1,188ft (362m)
    Lowestelevation

    0.62ft (0.19m)
    Population

    City 652,503
    •Estimate

    (2021)[6]
    641,162 Decrease
    •Rank 26th in the United States
    1st in Oregon
    •Density 4,890.59/sqmi (1,888.19/km2)
    Metro

    2,511,612 (25th)
    Demonym(s) Portlander
    Time zone UTC−08:00 (PST)
    •Summer (DST) UTC−07:00 (PDT)
    ZIP Codes
    97086–97299
    Area codes 503 and 971
    FIPS code 41-59000
    GNIS feature ID 1136645[8]
    Website portland.gov

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    The Oregon Coast is a bucket list adventure, we check out Heceta Lighthouse, Devils Punch Bowl, the Dunes in Florence, Cape Meares, and Cannon Beach. You will love the incredible coastline drone footage for sure! Enjoy!

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    14 thoughts on “6 STOPS YOU HAVE TO MAKE ON THE OREGON COAST | Oregon Coast RV Travel from Florence to Cannon Beach

    1. Thank you so much for your brilliant filming which has provided inspiration for my trip next Spring from the UK to the Oregon coast. My problem will be the shortage of time to see everything but you have definitely provided several ideas of places that must be visited. Thank You once again for your much appreciated efforts.

    2. Hey Everyone! I am late to the party but my hubby and I will be going to the Oregon coast next month! We have 5 or 6 nights to plan, any suggestions the cities to stay in? I want to stay in Astoria and cannon beach for sure, any other Places or Hotels you suggest? Any suggestions or advice is welcome!!!😎👍🏻😉

    3. Yachats is one of the most beautiful coastal areas in Oregon. Absolutely wild waves, a great trail that follows the beach, incredible wildflowers in the spring! It's all gorgeous and such a variety. Love that it is still publicly owned rather than private beaches.

    4. The whole entire Oregon coast is my favorite!! I'm fixing to bicycle tour from Washington to Mexico pretty soon and I can't wait to see the Oregon coast and video it for my YouTube channel!! Thank you for the video!! This will be my fourth time touring the coast!!!!!!!🤘😎 🌎🚴

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