This winter, why not travel to the Oregon Coast? Spend some time strolling on the beaches, then warm up with a piping hot bowl of chowder at Mo’s. Experience wildlife first-hand, and retire to a cozy, ocean front room.

Make the most out of your travels by visiting GoSeeOregon.com for the latest tips on where to go and what to do in Oregon. But don’t take our word for it, see what Oregon’s visitors have to say:

Recent User Tips include Beverly Beach State Park, Yaquina Head Outstanding Natural Area, Yaquina Head Lighthouse, The Stephanie Inn, Sylvia Beach Hotel, The Ocean Lodge, Seaside Aquarium, Mo’s, Comfort Inn Coos Bay, Hatfield Marine Science Center, Newmans’s at 988 and West Coast Game Park Safari.


-User epmmskewis stated that Beverly Beach State Park is “one of the most beautiful beaches in Oregon.”

-izzyb123 summed up their stay at the Ocean Lodge by exclaiming, “The service was incredible and the entire staff looked clean and sharp.”

-User cescoutdoors enjoyed the Hatfield Marine Science Center, and stated that “anyone with interest in science, marine or not, could spend an hour or two here.”

-If you’re interested in traveling to the coast with the whole family, West Coast Game Park Safari may be the perfect addition to your trip: “My 3-year old granddaughter was able to feed a baby Bengal tiger.” ~submitted by user DCATE.

GoSeeOregon also now provides travel recommendations based on your interests for all major cities in Oregon! Just set up an account and enter your interests and travel preferences. Give it a try – getting started takes less than a minute! And while you’re busy writing tips about your favorite Oregon Coast spots, don’t forget to enter GoSeeOregon’s Tips and Treasures Contest. You may even win a warm and cozy Columbia Sportswear jacket.

Get out there and enjoy Oregon’s beaches!

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