Things to Do in Cannon Beach, OR
If you’re spending your summer vacation at Cannon Beach, there is no end to the fun and exciting activities going on nearby. From surfing and beautiful hikes to fine dining and museums, there’s something for everyone here! Take a look at some of the highlights from our renter’s guide to the area below.
Your Next Adventure Awaits at Cannon Beach
Cannon Beach is perfectly positioned to be close to some of Oregon’s most stunning natural areas. If you enjoy exploring nature on your vacations, try the hike up Neahkahnie Mountain, wander around Ecola State Park, or take some unforgettable photos at the iconic Haystack Rock.
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Cannon Beach is perfectly positioned to be close to some of Oregon`s most stunning natural areas. If you enjoy exploring nature on your vacations, try the hike up Neahkahnie Mountain, wander around Ecola State Park, or take some unforgettable photos at the iconic Haystack Rock.
In addition to national parks, there is a bevy of adventures to be had in and around the nearby towns. If you want fine dining with delicious local ingredients, check out Evoo. For a night of entertainment or an interesting afternoon, visit the Coaster Theatre Playhouse or any one of the many nearby museums. If you are more of a thrill-seeker, High Life Adventures is a must-see.
If you have a car and enjoy scenic drives, there are numerous attractions well worth the trip. Within an hour north and south there are beautiful sites to see and great adventures to explore. Take a tour of the Tillamook Cheese Factory, hike or bike the Discovery Trail on the Long Beach Peninsula, or visit the famous Alligator Man at Marsh`s Free Museum.
Representing a fascinating chapter in American history, the Lewis and Clark Trail boasts breathtaking views and numerous historical sites which make it a bucket list item on any Oregon vacation itinerary.
In 1805 Lewis and Clark ended their westward journey at the mouth of the Columbia River near Astoria, OR. You can visit several sites related to their winter stay at Fort Clatsop.