Road Trip: Gearhart

In the cold of winter, we suggest going coastal for some sand, surf and sunshine. Head to Gearhart (pop. 1,462), a little town tucked away between Seaside and Astoria. This quaint and quiet beach town makes the perfect getaway year-round. Hit the green: Check out Gearhart Golf Links, the oldest golf course in Oregon (and arguably… More
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Gearhart

Nestled among the dunes on the North Coast, Gearhart has drawn travelers to its pristine sweep of beach and quiet streets for generations.

Visitors continue to enjoy the outdoor beauty and friendly small-town welcome. Golfers love Gearhart Golf Links, Oregon’s oldest golf course. Others look for whales during spring and fall migration or dig for razor clams. Grab a coffee or sip a pint and enjoy Gearhart’s front-row seat on the Pacific Ocean.

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Gearhart

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Official State Welcome Center

Seaside Welcome Center

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(503)738-3097
7 N Roosevelt
Seaside , OR 97138
Public RestroomPublic Wi-FiOpen to the Public
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