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Stories and Tips Oregon Coast

Nehalem Bay Winery

Written by Tavia on 28 Jan, 2001

34965 Highway 53, Nehalem, OR 97131, tel 503 368-wine, www.nehalembaywinery.com. Open 6-9 every day. On our way out of Wheeler, we stopped here to start our day. This is a small winery and does not have any out of state distribution. We tasted a…Read More


Whales and waves...Depoe Bay to Newport

Written by AnaMH on 26 Oct, 2000

Here in Depoe Bay, you can arrange a fishing or whale watching excursion. The harbor is small but jam packed with activity. The shops lining the bay are fun and full of vacation trinkets and memories. Once you leave Depot Bay, get your camera ready!…Read More


Lincoln City, OR

Written by Judy on 24 Sep, 2000

A beautiful coastal city with lots of things to do. The ocean, shopping at the Factory Outlet Stores, many great restaurants as well. Plan to attend one of the two Kite Festivals held here in May and September. Hundreds of kites fly over…Read More


Bandon, OR

Written by Judy on 24 Sep, 2000

'Bandon-by-the-Sea' has a beautiful lighthouse, lots of touristy shops in the oldtown area, a Fall Cranberry Festival and a cheese factory where you can purchase many different varieties of cheeses. However, the ice cream cones at the cheese factory are huge and delicious. Get…Read More


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Brookings, OR

Written by Judy on 24 Sep, 2000

Brookings is the 'banana belt' of Oregon located just north of the California border. The fields are bursting with Easter lillies. The Chetco River empties into the Pacific Ocean at Brookings. …Read More


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Whale-Watching in Depot Bay

Written by flyin by on 07 Aug, 2005

Whale-watching is the main activity in Depot Bay. You can take a cruise for less than $40 per person. The cruise we took lasted an hour, and we saw several whales. The name of the charter boat we took was Dockside Charters. The phone number…Read More


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Red Fish Lake Lodge

Written by flyin by on 07 Aug, 2005

This lodge is located near Stanley, Idaho. It is nestled in the mountains and has a spectacular view of the Sawtooth Mountains. The lake is crystal clear. There are cabins or hotel rooms available. You can rent a boat, canoe, kayak, or paddle boat. My…Read More


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Views of the Oregon Coast

Written by Carl in Tampa on 26 Oct, 2003

From lighthouses to driftwood on the beach to large rock formations, there is a great deal of beauty along the Oregon coast. See the photos included with this entry.…Read More


Newport, OR

Written by Judy on 25 Sep, 2000

Newport is the home of the Yaquina Head Lighthouse. A historic Bayfront offers a mixture of restaurants, art galleries and shops. The Oregon Coast Aquarium and the Mark O. Hatfield Marine Science Center are popular attractions and well worth a visit. …Read More


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