Hey, Kids!

Summer’s almost here and school is just about over, which is a perfect time to win a trip to the beach. You and your family will have the chance to check out tidepools at Haystack Rock, fly a kite or build a sandcastle in Lincoln City, or study sea creatures at the Oregon Coast Aquarium when you win the explOregon contest.

Plus, entering to win is super easy. To enter, tell us whether you HAVE or HAVE NOT been to the Pacific Ocean. Then send us a drawing and an essay with one hundred words (or less) explaining why you’d love to go, what you think you’d see, and what you would explore—or your favorite memories from a past visit there.

For even more information on how to enter this awesome package, please click here.

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  1. Lindsey Baker says…

    I think it is great to explore the tidepools but I am cautioned by the idea of disturbing the marine life. I hope the parents explain the delicate eco system to their kids before they let them loose at the beach. There are some good tips about activities for kids such as the Sea Lion Caves and the Prehistoric park that can be found on this blog: http://www.visitwildriverscoast.com

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