Archive for September, 2015

  1. Pedal-Powered Exploring Around Port Orford

    Posted by The Oregon Coast / September 28, 2015

    Launched in 2005 and unique in the United States, Oregon’s Scenic Bikeway program mixes culture, jaw-dropping scenery and wonderful cycling for an unforgettable pedaling experience. The newest addition to this trail system is the Wild Rivers Coast Scenic Bikeway. Anchored in the quaint fishing town of Port Orford, this Bikeway offers 60 miles of moderate trails shaded by lush, old-growth forests. Scenery along the way…

  2. Destination Yachats: Small-town Charm

    Posted by The Oregon Coast / September 28, 2015

    Nestled where the forest meets the sea, Yachats (pronounced ya-hots) is a wee village with outsized charm. It’s where you’ll find some of the best bites on the Coast, miles of trails, scenic vistas, marine gardens and more to keep you busy during a relaxing weekend stay. For such a small town, Yachats (pop. 690) boasts a surprising number of eateries. Follow the locals to…

  3. Six Classic North Coast Bookshops

    Posted by The Oregon Coast / September 28, 2015

    Whether you seek breezy page-turners or engrossing books meant for stormy weekends, we’ve selected a handful of our favorite booksellers (listed according to location, north to south) on the North Coast that will please even the most discerning bookworms. Godfather’s Books (Astoria) A comprehensive selection of new and used books, a funky atmosphere, and an in-house café make this a one-stop shop for an afternoon…

  4. Netarts Bay Landing

    Posted by Outdoor Project Contributor Tyson Gillard / September 7, 2015

    Netarts Bay Landing is the primary access point to Netarts Bay, a 7-mile-long and 1-mile-wide saltwater bay on the northern Oregon Coast, between Oceanside and Cape Lookout.

    The large and shallow tidal bay is famous for clamming and popular for crabbing. The landing itself provides restrooms, picnic tables, boat ramp and day use moorage.

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