Seaside and Gearhart, OR

Seaside, Oregon

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Unquestionably one of the premier resort destinations of the north coast, Seaside has become a year-round destination, especially on weekends. This is the biggest and best source of travel information on the Oregon coast and is staffed by friendly and knowledgeable people who are eager to answer your questions and make your coastal stay a pleasant one. Park on Broadway or any nearby street to visit the many shops, restaurants, galleries, arcades, and attractions of the downtown area. Enjoy the unfettered pace and relaxed atmosphere, akin to the festive air of a carnival midway.
Driving the Pacific Coast: Oregon & Washington

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Driving the Pacific Coast: Oregon & Washington

by Kathy Strong (Editor) (Insiders' Guide)

Unquestionably one of the premier resort destinations of the north coast, Seaside has become a year-round destination, especially on weekends.

This is the biggest and best source of travel information on the Oregon coast and is staffed by friendly and knowledgeable people who are eager to answer your questions and make your coastal stay a pleasant one.

Park on Broadway or any nearby street to visit the many shops, restaurants, galleries, arcades, and attractions of the downtown area. Enjoy the unfettered pace and relaxed atmosphere, akin to the festive air of a carnival midway.

© 2006 Kathy Strong (Editor)/Insiders' Guide. All Rights Reserved.

Activity Type: Hiking
Nearby City: Seaside
Season: Year-round
Local Contacts: Contact information for all attractions is provided in the eTrail
Driving Directions: Directions to Seaside & Gearhart, OR

Recent Trail Reviews

9/27/2003
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Seaside exceeded my expectations. Even though it is a touristy town we had a great time playing on the beach and walking the town. My kids played at the arcades and rode the bumper cars and carousel. We all had fun just shopping around. There’s a great seashell shop in the Carousel Mall. Eat at Norma’s and Pig-N-Pancake. You’ll find many other great places for lunch or a snack – there’s a nice bakery under the Trendwest Resort. You’ll find free public parking at the Trendwest Resort (at the end of the Lewis & Clark Trail in the center of town on the beachfront) so if you are camping or staying outside town, it’s easy to park and walk the town. Be sure to check tide tables before you go and try to get shells and sand dollars at low tide. This eTrail has some helpful info on where to stay, camp, eat, and shop while you are in Seaside.



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