Oregon Coast Road Trip Vacation Travel Guide | Expedia

The Oregon Coast – Discover dynamic shorelines, towering forests and the art of coastal living when you explore Oregon’s long and diverse coastline.

Recent wildfires have brought untold hardship to Oregon, but this is a community that will forever stand strong. You can help with Oregon’s recovery by planning a vacation to the People’s Coast.

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In the USA’s Pacific Northwest, discover the #OregonCoast and start dreaming of the ultimate #vacation in this windswept and ruggedly beautiful region. #Explore the dozens of national and state parks across hundreds of miles of coastline. #Visit the many coastal towns that make up the charming tapestry of this West Coast destination.

From the mouth of the mighty Columbia River to the streets of Bandon and all the intertidal treasures and lofty peaks in between, a #trip to the Oregon Coast will stir the imagination and ground you in the beauty of nature.

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00:00 – Oregon Coast
01:23 – Astoria
04:00 – Seaside
5:09 – Cannon Beach
06:04 – Oswald West State Park
06:59 – Tillamook Bay
08:35 – Lincoln
10:30 – Newport
11:40 – Yachats
13:45 – Florence
14:18 – Reedsport
14:26 – The Oregon Dunes National Recreation Area
14:45 – Coos Bay
16:15 – Bandon



41 thoughts on “Oregon Coast Road Trip Vacation Travel Guide | Expedia

  1. Scott says:

    Visited most of the places mentioned here, the seal cove caves were closed for maintenance, it rained almost every day, was quite windy, but would gladly go visit again. Visited the beach in Florence where they used dynamite to blow up a whale carcass decades ago, sending whale flesh 250 feet into the air, landing on cars and people alike.

  2. chip block says:

    Thanks for the video. It shows a lot of what the coast offers. A couple of errors. Its Lincoln City not just Lincoln. Lincoln City is in Lincoln County. Also the order of your video is a bit off. On the way to Florence from Yachats there is a very well photographed and great lighthouse to visit. Its called the Heceta Lighthouse. After Florence is the Oregon Dunes National Park and then Reedsport and Coos Bay. Too bad you didn't add in Gold Beach where you can take a jetboat up the river. Also you missed showing Brooking which is near the Oregon and California boarder. All great places to visit.

  3. Jim Hallett says:

    A. Simply marvelous Coast. Have seen it all over several trips. Cannon Beach, Otter Crestvand Heceta Gead are my faves, but it isxall beautiful. Too bad this great state is run by a loon – Dopey Brown. I havecbeen to all 50 states, and Oregon was the best, butvthexLeftvisxmaking it very undesirable – especially with the Covid Cult theatre nonsense. Kate thinks she is Adolf Hitler!

  4. Eduardo Ovalle says:

    Expedia, it's a wonderful video, I saw it before going on a trip with my family, I tried to visit the places they present but we didn't have time to see everything, I see the video and I say, here we are, here we are not haha but there are many ideas of where to go, thanks, from Norwalk CA.

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  6. supermash1 says:

    One of America's most beautiful states for sure. And the coast is just one aspect of this spectacular state. Have visited many times from BC. Want to go to the extreme SE "empty corner" on one of my next trips.

  7. Honey Roblox says:

    I agree is literally the most beautiful place but trust me I live there people there cannot be friendly if you live there you will understand what I’m saying I don’t live there anymore I literally moved from there a month ago lol

  8. Benjamin Gal-Or says:

    Not-even-question why-they-ban-humanity-survival-in-OWN-One-With-Nature-VIRUS-FREE-GOV-LOCATIONS.


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