Oregon Coast

Oregon Coast

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Stretching from California to the Columbia River, this 363 mile long coastline boasts a variety of landscapes. From the rugged, undeveloped southern reaches to the towering dunes and marine estuaries of the central coast to the head lands, beaches and large bays of the north, the Oregon Coast is an unspoiled gem.
Thanks to Oregon Governor Oswald West, who in 1913 declared the state's beaches public property, much of the coastline is relatively untouched by the hand of man. Highway 101 hugs the shoreline for the most part and a plethora of public accesses, recreation areas and parks, both federal and state, make the Oregon Coast a very "user friendly" place to visit.


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Andino - Oct 4, 2007 8:26 am - Voted 10/10


seems to have a beautiful coast.
I had no idea about the way it looks like.
Thanks for sharing !

Bill Reed

Bill Reed - Oct 4, 2007 4:59 pm - Hasn't voted

Re: Oregon...

Thanks for your comment. It is a special place!

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