The Oregon Coast

The Oregon Coast

by Fhilcar Faunillan

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Overview

Chapter 1: The Oregon Coast
Vacation at the Oregon Coast
Chapter 2: City of Newport
Nye Beach
Bayfront
Agate Beach
Deco District
South Beach
City of Seaside
Chapter 3: When to Go
Festivals on the Coast
Chapter 4: Getting In and Around
Chapter 5: Points of Interest
1. The Oregon Coast Aquarium
2. Hatfield Marine Science Center
3. Lighthouses
4. State Parks
5. Beaches
6. Kayaking
7. Crabbing and clamming
8. Saddle Mountain State Natural Area
Chapter 6: Places to Eat
1. Canyon Way Restaurant
2. Georgie’s Beachside Grill
3. Local Ocean Seafood
4. Panini Bakery
5. Tables of Content
Chapter 7: Places to Stay
1. Inn at Nye Beach
2. Newport Belle B&B
3. Sylvia Beach Hotel
Conclusion
Author Bio
Publisher

The Oregon Coast

Most visitors go to Oregon for its beautiful coast. It is the most visited area in the state and people from all over the world flock to enjoy its charming beauty, see the historical sites, and to experience different forms of recreation.

The Oregon Coast was once known for its booming logging and fishing industries. At present, it is slowly replaced with tourism and has become a good option for retirement. People all over the globe are drawn to the Oregon coast because of the temperature, the sandy beaches, and many other attractions from state parks to recreation areas. The place has so much to offer and there is definitely something for everyone at the Oregon coast.

The Oregon coast is sandwiched by the All-American Highway 101 on the east and the roaring Pacific Ocean on the west. Its shoreline stretches 363 miles, where the tide pools and challenging trails enjoy the sunsets with the lighthouses, and where travelers could enjoy the beach towns and promising frontiers. Each visitor could guarantee enjoyment at the beaches as the entire stretch is free and public.

The Oregon coast has been made globally popular when the Oregon Coast Aquarium became the home of the popular movie star, Orca. In addition, one of its cities, specifically Newport, is home to two of the state’s nine lighthouses, which are Yaquina Bay Lighthouse built in the year 1871 and the Yaquina Head Lighthouse which was built in 1873. The city is also known for having the largest commercial fishing forces and a horde of fishing boats for the recreation of visitors.

Product Details

BN ID: 2940152928051
Publisher: Mendon Cottage Books
Publication date: 03/18/2016
Sold by: Smashwords
Format: NOOK Book
File size: 1 MB

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