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Pacific City is home to some of the best sights – and adventures – that Oregon has to offer. It’s rare that a town can boast so much promise to a citizen’s lifestyle when it comes to exploring, relaxing, and socializing...but Pacific City has it all. One day you can go kayaking through the Nestucca Bay National Wildlife Refuge, with the following day being spent hang gliding at the Oregon Hang Gliding School. So whether you plan on checking out Pacific City from land or in the sky, the wide range of adventure at your fingertips in Pacific City is second to none.

However, if you plan on relaxing and socializing in the Pacific City area, the local pubs and wineries will give you all the right reasons to unwind. From the Twist Wine Company to the Pelican Pub and Brewery, you’ll likely find a place to call your own.

The residents of Pacific City are very welcoming when it comes to sharing this Oregon gem with visitors and they’re more than willing to share what hobby keeps them smiling in this wonderful area.

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Neskowin is an endearing quiet pocket community found among thick forests cushioned between Lincoln City and Pacific City. Well known for both Proposal Rock and the ancient ghost forest composed of sunken Sitka spruce trees, this lovely town grows on your heart with each visit. With only a general store, restaurant and two golf courses, it might amaze you to discover the richness of the arts contained in this cultured community.

Originally an Indian reservation and fishing village, the first homesteads arrived in Neskowin around 1876. Today, the diverse variety of homes fill up in the summer as the population rises from its mere 200 year-round residents. Come visit and explore this beloved community and you might be drawn to stay for the rest of your life!



Manzanita incorporates all the things to love about the coast; a beautiful beach, sports, shopping, and fishing all compacted into a pleasant small town. Not only is Manzanita a great place to visit, but it accommodates the everyday needs of individuals that allow it to be a peaceful year-round residence. Manzanita Beach is approximately 7 miles long and is nestled between Neahkahnie Mountain to the North and Nehalem Bay State Park to the South.

Manzanita beach is one of the most spectacular beaches on the North Oregon Coast that brings in visitors from all over to enjoy the beauty. The beach is a popular destination for running, walking, playing, families, dogs, windsurfers, kiteboarders, and surfers. Nehalem Bay State Park offers hiking, boating, horseback riding, clamming, fishing, and crabbing. Manzanita’s downtown features charming shops, restaurants, several grocery stores, and full-service hardware and lumber store.

Approximately 5 miles North of Manzanita is a beautiful, quick walk down to Short Sand Beach. Short Sand provides picnic tables and BBQ pits, which makes it a great day trip for families and friends. This special spot is a favorite among the surfing community for its forgiving waves and sandy ocean floor.

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Lincoln City is located on the scenic Oregon Coast in Lincoln County. It is nestled by the 680-acre Devils Lake and the Coast Range on the east, and the Pacific Ocean on the west. Boasting 7½ miles of beautiful sandy beaches, Lincoln City has much of that small city feel that many have come to love and seek out in this charming coastal community. Although relatively small, the town has much to explore and has been promoted as one of the most popular places in the United States to retire. Beachcombing, crabbing and clamming, storm watching, lighthouses, museums, and historical sites are just a few pleasures to explore in Lincoln City.

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