Top 12 Tourist Attractions in Oregon Coast: Travel Oregon

Top 12 Tourist Attractions in Oregon Coast: Travel Oregon

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3 Popular Attractions In Oregon

  • Timberline Lodge: Ski resort in northern Oregon.
    • Haystack Rock: Rock on the Oregon Pacific coastline, located in Cannon Beach, Oregon.

    Oregon Facts:

    • The Columbia River gorge is considered by many to be the best place in the world for windsurfing.
    • Tillamook is home to Oregon’s largest cheese factory.
    • Mushroom hunting is so popular in Oregon that they even have a festival for it,“the Estacada Festival of the Fungus”. Many people visit the state to engage in mushroom hunting in a bid to find the rarest delicacies.
    • There’s a volcano within the city limits.
    Portland, Oregon
    City of Portland
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    Portland, OR — St. John's Bridge, view of east tower from southwest.jpg
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    “Rose City”; “Stumptown”; “PDX”; see Nicknames of Portland, Oregon for a complete list.
    Interactive map of Portland

    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
    Bioregion Cascadia
    Founded 1845; 177years ago(1845)
    Incorporated February8, 1851; 171 years ago(1851-02-08)
    Named for Portland, Maine[1]

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

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

    524.38sqmi (1,358.1km2)

    50ft (15.2m)

    1,188ft (362m)

    0.62ft (0.19m)

    City 652,503

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

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


    Top 12 Tourist Attractions in Oregon Coast: Travel Oregon
    Haystack Rock, Cape Perpetua Scenic Area, Cannon Beach, Ecola State Park, Yachats coastline, Columbia River Maritime Museum, Shore Acres State Park, Yaquina Head Outstanding Natural Area, Face Rock State Scenic Viewpoint, Astoria Column, Hug Point State Park, Heceta Head Lighthouse

    6 thoughts on “Top 12 Tourist Attractions in Oregon Coast: Travel Oregon

    1. I've been to all of them and they are beatiful. The Oregon coast is home away from home. What I would add is Depoe Bay,. If you like whales and whale watching, Depoe Bay is the place to be.. I've been within feet of beautiful grey whales and have also been within feet of watching two adult orcas and a baby play. Oregon always has life changing moments for me, but,, quite a few of my biggest life changing moments are in Depope Bay with the whales.

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