All 363 miles of the Oregon Coast are free and open to all of us. Which means how you choose to explore it is entirely up to you.
You can sandboard or dune buggy the sand dunes down south, or hit your way out of a sand trap inside the best public golf resort in America.
You can investigate its tide pools, hike up its cliffs or down through ancient old-growth forests to discover its hidden surf spots.
You can hunt for agates, or beach-comb, or build forts from washed-up driftwood.
You can watch waves crash at Devil’s Churn or Devil’s Punch Bowl, or find the surprise waterfall at Hug Point.
You can look for whales, or say hello to the seals, or crab from a boat or a dock or on the beach itself, at night, illuminated by the lamp of a lighthouse.