227 Garibaldi Avenue
Garibaldi, OR 97118
Phone: (503) 322-2552
Fax: (503) 322-2581
227 Garibaldi Avenue, Garibaldi, OR, US, 97118
- Phone: (503) 322-2552
- Fax: (503) 322-2581
Located on the south shore of the long island, the Rockaway Beach is one of the largest urban beaches in the state. The miles-long stretch facing the Atlantic Ocean with the beautiful scenery is a mesmerizing sight. The large crowds make it a happening place as well. This resort city is featured on the National Register of Historic Places.
From June 18th to August 1st, you can take an hour and a-half tour of Tillamook Dairy Farm. Feed the calves and watch the Brown Swiss, Jersey, Holstein and Guernsey cows get milked. Tours leave from the Tillamook Cheese Factory at 3pm daily, but reservations must be made. Be sure to leave some extra time to tour the cheese factory itself. All admissions include an ice cream treat.
Popular day use park that features beautiful waterfalls, two walking trails, great fishing, and easy access to the beach. Many hang gliders and paragliders use this park.
Nestled on a headland 200 feet above the ocean, this beautiful park features over three miles of hiking trails, a mile long walking trail, and an interpretive center. An 1890 lighthouse is also on site and open for tours.
The Cape Meares Light is a former lighthouse located on the coast of Oregon. It was built in 1890 in order to signal oncoming ships so that they can easily spot the shore. The lighthouse is now an important place of tourism open to public all seven days a week. It is a great place to sit down and enjoy the scenic view. It features on the National Register of Historic Places.
This town, located minutes from the Pacific shore, is a little slice of Wisconsin right here in Oregon. Made famous by its cheese and ice cream, the town is a dairy delight. Tour the cheese factory or visit the Tillamook Dairy Farm. The town offers quaint accommodations and other things to see besides cows and cheese, including a naval and pioneer museum as well as the Latimer Quilt and Textile Center. The town also has a number of dining opportunities from fast food to fine cuisine.
Located on over 1,600 acres, this port is built around the former Tillamook U.S. Naval Station and features its own 88.3 mile railroad and numerous businesses along the boardwalk.
Neahkahnie Mountain is located on the Oregon Coast in Oswald West State Park. Legend has it that there is a hidden treasure buried under the rocks by 16th-century Spanish sailors and watched over by a ghost. This peak is a popular hiking destination among adventure lovers. Follow the winding trail to the top for breathtaking views of the Pacific.
Extending nine miles north toward Seaside, this park offers a variety of recreational activities and expansive views. You'll see great views of Haystack Rock, Indian Beach, and Tillamook Rock while visiting this park.