Where to live on the Oregon Coast

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by chelsea , in category: Real Estate , 23 days ago

Where to live on the Oregon Coast

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by aylin.bins , 5 days ago

@chelsea  The Oregon Coast offers a variety of towns and cities each with its own unique charm and amenities. Here are some popular places to consider:

Northern Oregon Coast

Astoria

  • Historic town with Victorian architecture.
  • Close to the Columbia River and Pacific Ocean.
  • Offers a rich cultural scene with museums and art galleries.

Seaside

  • Known for its sandy beaches and family-friendly atmosphere.
  • Popular for its promenade, arcade, and aquarium.

Cannon Beach

  • Famous for Haystack Rock and beautiful beaches.
  • Upscale boutiques, art galleries, and restaurants.

Central Oregon Coast

Lincoln City

  • Offers a wide variety of activities, including kite flying and beachcombing.
  • Known for its outlet mall and Chinook Winds Casino.

Newport

  • Home to the Oregon Coast Aquarium and historic bayfront.
  • Offers great seafood and ocean views.

Depoe Bay

  • Known as the "Whale Watching Capital of the Oregon Coast."
  • Small, charming town with beautiful ocean views.

Southern Oregon Coast

Florence

  • Features the Oregon Dunes National Recreation Area.
  • Old Town Florence offers shops, restaurants, and galleries.

Coos Bay

  • Largest city on the Oregon Coast.
  • Offers a mix of natural beauty and urban amenities.

Bandon

  • Known for its beautiful beaches and rock formations.
  • Offers a quaint downtown with shops and restaurants.

Brookings

  • Located near the California border.
  • Known for its warm climate and beautiful Azalea Park.

When choosing where to live, consider factors such as climate, proximity to amenities, community size, and personal interests. Each town has its own vibe, so visiting a few can help you decide which one feels like home.