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Westover Inns Oregon Coast Information Page
Westover Inns Oregon Coast Information Page

Astoria, is located at the western end of
the Lewis and Clark Trail and is the oldest American
settlement west of the Rockies. Visit Fort Clatsop, 
the Columbia Maritime Museum or enjoy the many
historical sites to be seen at the mouth of the mighty
Columbia River.

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Seaside, 20 miles to the south, offers a wide variety
of entertaining possibilities. Wide sandy beaches are
a favorite, of course, but there is also a carousel,
bumper cars and boats, an arcade and saltwater taffy.
Enjoy a stroll along the 1.8 mile “Prom”. From art
galleries to fishing,  Fort Clatsop National Historical
Park to paddle boats, Seaside has something for all.

Cannon Beach, 8 miles form Seaside, is famous
for Haystack Rock and is a popular place to go.
It has a quaint business district offering a mix of
shops, galleries and eateries. It also supports a theater
group and hosts several festivals. Best of all, Cannon
Beach is known for having one of the best beaches
in Oregon. We are proud to have one of our oceanfront
inns, Schooner’s Cove, in this beach side community.

Oregon Coast
North and Central Oregon
coast offers a variety of
towns and cities, for you to
explore, surrounded by
forests, rivers, lakes, bays,
sandy beaches and the
grand Pacific Ocean. With
it’s breath-taking scenery
and an abundance of
activities and attractions,
a trip along the Oregon
Coast is sure to please all
ages, tastes and desires.

Rockaway, Beach has 7 miles of sandy beaches
and was built as a summer resort town in the 1920’s.
In Rockaway you’ll find the Oregon Coast Scenic
Railroad which goes along Tillamook Bay, giving
riders views of the ocean and a real sense of history.

Tillamook, is famous for it’s cheese. The Tillamook
Cheese Visitors Center is the most visited attraction
on the Oregon coast. Be sure to take the tour and
sample the wonderful products. Another attraction
worth seeing is the Tillamook Air Museum, housed
in a WW2 blimp hangar. Tillamook is also the
place to find world class salmon fishing as it has
7 rivers and 3 bays for crabbing and clamming.

Pacific City, is home of the
Dory boats and one of
only two beaches on the
west coast where captains
launch their boats through
the breakers to fish at
sea. You can also learn to
hang glide off Cape
Kiwanda Dune, surf,
or fish in the Big Nestucca
for fall or spring salmon.

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Lincoln City, located on
the 45 parallel, is home
to our two other Oregon Coast
inns, Looking Glass Inn and

To help you get started
planning your next
vacation we’ve put
together a brief description
(with links to find out more)
of the towns along this beautiful stretch of the coast

Westover Inns Oregon Coast Information Page

Pelican Shores Inn.
Lincoln City is known as the “Kite Flying Capital”
of the world and has 7 miles of sandy beaches to
fly them. Devils Lake, Siletz Bay and the worlds
smallest river, D River give water sports lovers plenty
of room to play. Chinook Winds Casino offers
Vegas style gambling along with first class
entertainment. Lincoln City is home to many
antique shops, restaurants, hotels and vacation
rental homes. Nearby is Salishan Spa and Golf
Resort offering a challenging 18 hole links style golf course and relaxing spa experience.

Depoe Bay, the Whale Watching Capital of the
Oregon coast, has a resident pod of Grey whales.
Often the whales can be seen from land or you
can take a chartered whale watching tour.
Depoe Bay has the smallest navigable harbor in the
world and the seawall running the length of
downtown is the only one on the Oregon coast.
Spectacular spouting horns, caused by waves
running beneath lava beds, can shoot sea water as
high as 60 feet in the air during stormy seas. For great
deep sea fishing this is the harbor to set sail from.

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Newport, situated between the coastal mountains,
Yaquina Bay and the ocean, offers numerous activities.
Explore renovated Nye Beach or the historical
bay front district, home to one of Oregon’s largest
commercial fishing fleet. Visit Oregon’s tallest and
second oldest lighthouse on Yaquina Head or
spend the day exploring the Oregon Coast Aquarium.

Stay at the Water’s Edge