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Cute town, only wished I had more time to check it out. Went to beach at sunset- stunning!!
Lots of folks, but Beach is huge so there’s plenty of photo ops & space for everyone.
Not sure if dogs are legally allowed on beach, but...More
Even on a cool sunny summer day, we camped out. Beautiful beach. Perfect for outdoor activities on the beach or just sitting and reading and enjoying the view. Great for runners if that's your thing. Broadest beach I've ever seen at low tide, definitely check...More
Cannon Beach is so tranquil for us. We understand others may have different priorities, but if we need to just need to calm our hectic lives we have always found that magic at Cannon Beach. We hope you will also.
Interesting beach with its large rock formations, cliffs, etc. Has a 'wild feel' to the area with its downed trees at the beach. There were surfers the day of our visit,so that was interesting to watch. Quite tall waves here! At least when we were...More
We flew into Portland, Oregon for A three night weekend getaway! Such a beautiful state. We took the road straight to Cannon Beach and we’re not disappointed in the beautiful ocean scenery and lush greenery! The infamous rocks at Cannon Beach did not disappoint we...More
We watched a breathtaking sunset from our balcony of our accomodation. Next morning we had a walk at low tide before the breakfast. Around the rock we got to see whats underwater. The remaining pools host sea anemones, moussels, small fish, etc. It was so...More
I guess it really depends where you want to go. Let’s say you want to get to Cannon Beach - then I’d say take 26 all the way. Then you could travel south on 101 to view the coast. It’s easier to pull into the scenic stops if... More
I guess it really depends where you want to go. Let’s say you want to get to Cannon Beach - then I’d say take 26 all the way. Then you could travel south on 101 to view the coast. It’s easier to pull into the scenic stops if they are on your right. And do pull in, especially after Oswald State Park for those views at the Neahkahnie Viewpoints.
If you are running out of time and need to head back, then pick up 53 and head back to 26. There will be 10 miles of curvy roads. Just take it easy.
If the kids are doing well and you are not done exploring, then head down to Tillamook and back by route 6. Once again, curvy and much longer than 53, but you would be heading uphill, generally, and there are enough passing lanes to avoid becoming the head of the parade.
Yes,it's not hard. We just used an Oregon Map and followed the best route. We did not go through Astoria although that is an option. I can't remember the names of hi ways...a map will be most useful or Google Map it.We did... More
Yes,it's not hard. We just used an Oregon Map and followed the best route. We did not go through Astoria although that is an option. I can't remember the names of hi ways...a map will be most useful or Google Map it.We did not go into Portland at all just stayed on the outskirts and had a lot of I 5 traffic. Not sure if this helps. You can do it easily is the main idea.