- Cannon Beach
Miles of beach nestled between the Pacific Ocean and the Coast Mountain Range.
- Gold Beach
Popular for whale watching, exploring coastal tidepools, beachcombing, hiking and backpacking, windsurfing, trail rides, golfing and fishing.
- Heceta Head Beach
A network of trails include the beach as well as wildlife viewing areas. Sea lions and whales can be seen from the beach and from the historic Heceta Head lighthouse.
- Hug Point Beach
Easy access to the beach. Named after a trail that 'hugs' the point. Be careful at high tide, it can leave you stranded!
- Lincoln City Beach
Seven miles of beachfront in Lincoln City. The winds make this beach very popular with kite lovers.
- Nye Beach
A beachcomber's delight. Also a very popular haven for the arts, with the Newport Performing Arts and Visual Arts Center amidst unique galleries, book stores, eateries, shopping and lodging.
- Rockaway Beach
Seven miles of sand beach. Enjoy storm and whale watching, beachcombing, golf, fishing and crabbing.
- Seaside Beach
There is much to do in this two mile stretch. Home to a world-class beach volleyball tourney.
- Sunset Bay State Park Beach
Beautiful sandy beaches protected by towering sea cliffs. Adjacent to camping, pristine trails, boating, and more.