Things to Do During a Storm on the Oregon Coast

What to do during a stormSometimes your plans to spend time outside are rudely interrupted by a storm from Mother Nature, but that doesn’t mean you can’t still have a good time at your vacation home! Here are some fun things you and your family can do during a storm on the Oregon coast!

What to do during a storm

Read a book! Why not snuggle up on the couch or in a big, overstuffed chair with a blanket and read one of the books you brought? There’s no better escape from the wind and rain than traveling to a new and exotic destination!

What to do during a storm

Make some hot cocoa! Warm up with your favorite hot drink as you watch the coastal waves hitting against the beach! Stay extra warm by snuggling with a blanket next to the roaring fire.

What to do during a storm

Watch a movie! Hopefully the storm hasn’t knocked out the power! If it hasn’t, grab some blankets and pillows and relax with your loved ones and a bowl of popcorn as you enjoy your favorite movie together.

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Be daring! If a little (or a lot) of rain and wind don’t bother you, head down to the beach and watch the waves crash up close and personal. Remember to stay as far away from the water as possible. Always be on the lookout for sneaker waves. If the beach looks dangerous, find higher ground to watch from. Always stay safe while storm watching.

What to do during a storm

Play a board game! Storms are perfect reasons to stay inside and spend time together as a family. Why not play some cards or The Game of Life? It’s fun and it’ll pass the time, all while staying warm and dry!

What to do during a storm

Take a nap! Maybe you’ve been busy having fun all week and you’ve missed out on some of your beauty rest. Why not take a nap? Some people love listening to the rain and wind while drifting off to dreamland!

What to do during a storm

Call a friend! You’ve got some downtime and someone you’ve been meaning to call. Why not do that now? You can even catch them up on the details of how your vacation is going.

What to do during a storm

Just hang out and talk! Instead of retreating to your own rooms, why not sit together in the living room and chat with one another? You never know when you’ll see each other again, especially if this is a family reunion.

What to do during a storm

Bake or cook a meal together! Food is good for the soul. Why not make dinner as a family while the storm rages outside? Then you’ll have a warm kitchen and full bellies to help tide you over while you wait out the storm!

What to do during a storm

Build a pillow fort! Why not build a fort for the kids to hide and play in? Remember how fun it was when you were a child? Now you can do it with your kids as well!

What to do during a storm

Tell scary stories in the dark! Using a flashlight, especially if the lights have gone out, take turns passing around the flashlight, holding it under your chin as you each add to the scary story. This game gets everyone involved, and you never know what kind of tale you’ll end up telling!

What to do during a storm

Do one of your hobbies, if possible. Did you bring your knitting or latch hook with you? How about some coloring pages and crayons? When the weather outside is frightful, stay inside and get your creative juices flowing!

What to do during a storm

Play with your pets! Did you bring your pups to the Oregon coast with you? Make sure they aren’t getting too scared by keeping them comfortable and happy with lots of petting and snuggling! Pets don’t understand things the way we do, so it’s our job to make them feel safe!

What to do during a storm

Go to the movie theater! Sick of being in the house, but it’s too gross to do anything outside? Why not head down to the local movie theater and catch a flick on the big screen! Celebrate with some candy and popcorn, too!

What to do during a storm

Do a puzzle together! The more pieces, the better! Get everyone involved, and you’ll have that beauty finished in no time!

Storms on the Oregon coast are a common occurrence, but that doesn’t mean you need to let it get in the way of enjoying your vacation! Try a few of these ideas on your next Oregon coast vacation if necessary. See you on the coast! 🌊🐳☔

10 Destinations Your Kids Will Love on the Oregon Coast

Vacations aren’t always as fun for the kids if they don’t have anything special to do! Don’t let that happen on your next trip down to the Oregon coast! Check out these ten kid friendly destinations to make sure you and your family have your best vacation yet!

1) Check out Game Over in Lincoln City! This arcade has everything for kids, including food and drinks! The kid in you will also enjoy their wide variety of arcade games! Make sure to come during the day, as Game Over is open for adults only at night.

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Game Over in Lincoln City, Oregon

2) Whale Watching in Depoe Bay is a great way to introduce your kids to the ocean safely and learn about marine life at the same time! There are plenty of tour guide services to choose from, including Dockside Charters, Inc and Whale Research ExoExcursion, LLC. Book your tour today!

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Whale Watching in Depoe Bay, Oregon

3) Ripley’s Believe It or Not! is located in Newport. This museum is fun for the whole family. You’ll be able to see several curiousities from across the globe represented here. Come learn more about the world in ways you never even imagined!

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Ripley’s Believe It or Not! in Newport, Oregon

4) The Jennifer Sears Glass Art Studio lets you blow your own glass object right alongside the professionals! Choose your piece, your colors, and get started. The professional glass blowers will be with you every step of the way. Book early as they tend to be very busy during the summer months!

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Glass blowing at Jennifer Sears in Lincoln City, Oregon

5) The Oregon Coast Aquarium in Newport is the perfect place to bring your sealife loving kids! With interactive exhibits and live animals around every corner, you and your family will want to make this a regular part of your Oregon coast vacations for years to come!

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Watching the sea life at Oregon Coast Aquarium in Newport, Oregon

6) Up in Seaside, check out the Seaside Carousel Mall! With over 20 great stores, including a candy shop, this mall is perfect for the kids on a rainy day! Collect some souvenirs to take home to your friends and family, or just to remember your vacation on the Oregon coast!

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Riding the carrousel at Seaside Carousel Mall in Seaside, Oregon

7) Vacationing on the Oregon coast means you’ll have your fair share of rainy days. Why not catch a movie during one of these times? The Seaside Cinema in Seaside is the perfect place for the family to watch a flick you’ve been meaning to see anyway!

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Seaside Cinema in Seaside, Oregon

8) Arcades never get boring, no matter your age! Check out the Finland Arcade up in Seaside! Food, games, and more await! After the rain clears, you can go spend some quality time searching the beach for random treasures!

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Funland Arcade in Seaside, Oregon

9) Every year, from mid October to late May, Lincoln City hides hundreds of glass floats on the beach for you to find! Why not take a long walk during this annual event and try your hand at finding a free glass float to keep? It’s fun for the whole family!

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Finders Keepers in Lincoln City, Oregon

10) If you’re looking to make some memories exploring the Oregon coast, why not travel to Tillamook Bay in Garibaldi? You can fish and crab to your hearts desire, or even ride the Oregon Coast Explorer antique train during the summer! There are plenty of places to hike in the nearby area as well!

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Oregon Coast Explorer in Garibaldi, Oregon

Whether you’re looking for an outdoor adventure, or something to do on those typical rainy Oregon coast days, you’re sure to find the perfect activity for your family’s needs! We’ll see you on the coast!

Beachcombing on the Oregon Coast


Beachcombing is a favorite activity here on the Oregon coast. With the storms and often rainy weather, lots of different things make its way onto the coastline and beaches of Oregon. Unfortunately, unless you use driftwood to make furniture or other items, you won’t find much just strolling the beaches without the proper equipment.

Here’s how to get the most out of your beachcombing adventure.


Get the right foot wear! Beachcombing involves both exploring the beach and the water, so grab some felt bottomed scuba shoes for protection against the rocks and avoiding slippery situations.


Grab some containers! A plastic bag and a canvas bag work great. Use the canvas bag for holding any goodies you find, and help keep Oregon clean by picking up any trash you find and placing it in your plastic bag. A healthy beach is a happy beach!


Sunscreen is a must, even on the mostly cloudy Oregon coast! Cover up your arms and legs and apply sunscreen, especially if you plan to explore the beaches for long periods of time. Cloudy days often cause sun rays to be magnified, therefore causing a more severe burn.


Bring your camera, and capture some beautiful shots of the Oregon coast, your treasure, or anything else you might like to remember forever!


Metal detectors can often help you find things hidden beneath the sand. Don’t let a little sand cause you an “out of sight, out of mind” missed opportunity.


Remember to leave the wild life alone. Beachcombing involves find hidden treasures that are not living or housing living animals. This includes starfish, crabs, turtles, and even shells housing hermit crabs. If it’s dead, it’s alright to take. Capture everything with your camera that you’re unable to physically bring back home with you! It’s the next best thing!


Always watch out for sneaker waves while exploring the Oregon coast. Never turn your back on the water, especially on stormy days. Too many people have been dragged out to sea due to sneaker waves. Stay safe and keep children and animals close to you at all times.


The best times for beachcombing are during the winter, early AM, at low or receding tide when you have access to more areas of the beach, and right after a storm. Since storms occur frequently on the Oregon coast, you’ll always have a great chance of finding something interesting on your beachcombing trip.


Every year, Lincoln City places glass floats on their beaches, free to anyone who finds one, or several, if you’re lucky! This event runs from mid October to late May. The floats are placed randomly across Lincoln City’s beaches during this time period, weather permitting.

On your next visit to the Oregon coast, or if you’re already a permanent resident, come try your luck at beachcombing! The water is calling!

Exploring Cape Lookout, Oregon

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Viewing the Oregon coast from the Cape Lookout Trail!

Looking for a new place to explore while visiting the Oregon coast this summer? Why not head out to Cape Lookout, just north of Pacific City and south of Netarts! This hike is easy and beautiful but requires hiking boots after a big storm or a couple days of straight, unrelenting rain on the coast. Otherwise, normal tennis shoes are just fine.

Small children are not recommended for this hike as there are no railings and several areas of steep cliff overlooking the Pacific. If they are young enough to be carried on your back, please feel free to do so! Of course, this is up to your best judgment! Dogs are more than welcome to go on this hike with you but must be leashed at all times.

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You can even see Netarts from this hike!

There are three hikes that can be found here at Cape Lookout. The South Trail, the North Trail, and the Cape Lookout Trail. The hike out to Cape Lookout is 2.4 miles long, 5 miles round trip, and can take between 1 and 2 hours to reach. The path is fairly narrow, with tree roots covering a majority of the pathway. The ground is moderately level, but has periods of incline and decline.

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The end of the road at Cape Lookout!

You’ll know you’ve reached the end when you hit sea, a bench to relax on, and nowhere else to go but the way you came! Congratulations! You just walked 2.4 miles and gained 930 feet in elevation! Feel free to bring a small lunch or snack to enjoy at Cape Lookout before heading back.

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Be careful when looking over the side of these steep cliffs!

Please note that there are no restrooms on the trail or at the end of trail. There is a port-a-potty at the beginning of the trail in the parking lot. Additional parking for this trail can be found off of the main road, on the shoulders.

Cape Lookout is a very popular trail, so expect to see lots of other people, with breathtaking views of the coastline, the Pacific, and Haystack Rock in Pacific City! You might even catch a glimpse of some migrating whales, or other sea life!

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Enjoy the hike and the gorgeous views that come with it!

Here’s how to get there:

Travel to Pacific City if you’re coming from down south. From here, turn left from Brooten Road at the stop sign onto Pacific Aveune, then right onto Cape Kiwanda Drive at the stop sign. Continue along this road until you reach a 3 way intersection. Continue straight. At the next 3 way intersection, turn left onto Cape Lookout Road. Continue on this road until you see the sign for Cape Lookout. Park in the parking lot or along the shoulder.

If you’re coming from the north, travel south along Highway 101 until you hit Sandlake Road. Continue straight until you reach a 3 way intersection. Continue straight until you reach the sign for Cape Lookout. Park in the parking lot or along the road on the shoulders.

You can also travel south from Tillamook by taking 3rd Street and turning left onto Netarts Highway West, then left onto Whiskey Creek Road which turns into Cape Lookout Road West. Look for the Cape Lookout sign and park in the parking lot or on the shoulder.

If you’re in Oceanside or Netarts, travel down 131 to Netarts Bay Drive until it turns into Cape Lookout Road West. Look for the Cape Lookout sign and park in the parking lot or on the shoulder.

Book Through Us and Save Big on your Oregon Beach Vacation!

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Most people believe that booking hotels, vacation rentals, and more through third party websites such as Homeaway, VRBO, and actually help you save money. The opposite is actually true.

Booking with us at is your cheapest, and often easiest, choice. This is because third party websites require hidden fees for booking through them. These fees are disguised as booking fees, which Oregon Beach Vacations doesn’t charge when you book directly through us. These fees often go unnoticed by guests, but can lead to annoyance and frustration when they are noticed.

Booking directly through Oregon Beach Vacations ensures the best possible customer service, from people with knowledgeable information about the rentals and area, allowing you to get the most up to date information relating to your future rental and vacation on the Oregon coast. You’ll have oncall maintenance and office staff working around the clock to make sure you get what you need when you need it, along with friendly and understanding managers at both of our office locations in Lincoln City and Seaside.

You’re also guaranteed the lowest fees and rates, no extra fees for using credit cards, no additional cleaning fees, a low deposit fee, and a liberal cancellation policy. Alongside this, you’ll help tell Google that is the site that visitors should use most often to book their rentals.

Booking online with us is simple, fast, and efficient, saving you money you didn’t even know you’d be spending elsewhere. You can even call in and speak to a live representative if you’re unsure of how to book or have questions about any of our beatitful vacation rentals. So what are you waiting for? Book with Oregon Beach Vacations today! The coast is calling!

Log washed ashore on the Oregon coast

Handicap Accessible Homes from Oregon Beach Vacations

We currently have 9 vacation homes with handicap accessibility here at Oregon Beach Vacations! Choose your favorite, and book today!

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Heron’s View at Bridgeport in Seaside, Oregon

Heron’s View at Bridgeport – Seaside, Condo, riverfront, sleeps 6 with 2 bedrooms and 2 baths – This modern and ocean themed handicap condo is perfect for guests who want to be near the river and near the fun! You’ll find that you and your 5 guests will have plenty of space to move around in this luxury condo located in Seaside! And if you’re coming down from Washington, your drive will be that much shorter! There is also a fitness room located at this vacation rental for all of our guests to enjoy!

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Michael’s Beach Place @ Shoreline Ridge in Newport, Oregon

Michael’s Beach Place @ Shoreline Ridge – Newport, condo, oceanfront, sleeps 7 with 3 bedrooms and 3 baths – This beautiful oceanfront condo is handicap accessible and located on the 2nd floor of Shoreline Ridge in Newport. Newly renovated with all modern appliances, you and your 6 guests can enjoy views of the Pacific Ocean in style and comfort! You’ll even have grand views of the Yaquina Head Lighthouse and Cape Foulweather! Whether you’re into storm watching during the winter, or sunset gazing during the long summer nights, you and your family will love Michael’s Beach Place @ Shoreline Ridge!

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The Oceanfront Overlook in Newport, Oregon

The Oceanfront Overlook – Newport, condo, oceanfront, sleeps 4 with 2 bedrooms and 3 baths – This handicap condo offers breathtaking views of Yaquina Head Lighthouse and is only a few blocks north of the timeless Nye Beach area of Newport! You’ll be able to access not only the beach, but wonderful shops and restaurants in a less than 10 minute walk. Enjoy this beautiful view in both the summer and winter months!

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Om Home in Gleneden Beach, Oregon

Om Home – Gleneden Beach, house, oceanfront, sleeps 8 with 3 bedroom and 2 baths, pet friendly – This gorgeous 3 story handicap home offers a fantastic view of the Pacific Ocean! It even comes with a built in elevator for guest use, making this home perfect for wheelchairs! Enter the home on the bottom floor and head to the elevator for easier access! You’ll find 2 bedrooms and a bathroom on the second floor, while the kitchen, living, and another bedroom and bathroom are located on the top floor. You’ll also have a deck right outside the dining room to watch the sunset from, or head back down to the second floor to play in the backyard with the puppies and kids!

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Promenade Deck in Depoe Bay, Oregon

Promenade Deck – Depoe Bay, condo, oceanfront, sleeps 6 with 3 bedrooms and 3 baths – This oceanfront handicap condo is so close to the shoreline, you won’t know where land ends and the sea begins from this beautiful rental! With an elevator to get you to your room safely and easily, you and your 5 guests will love the views from this beautiful condo on the Oregon coast! Whether you’re into storm watching or would rather catch a beautiful sunset, you’ll be able to see it all from this condo!

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Sand Dollar in Seaside, Oregon

Sand Dollar – Seaside, house, ocean view, sleeps 12 with 4 bedrooms and 2 baths, pet friendly – The promenade in Seaside is just a house away from this beautiful handicap home, while Aquarium and downtown Seaside are just a few blocks away. You’ll have a beautiful ocean view from this home to share not only with your 11 other guests, but your pups as well!

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Steve’s Getaway in Seaside, Oregon

Steve’s Getaway – Seaside, house, beach access, sleeps 10 with 4 bedrooms and 3 baths – With a wheelchair accessible ramp, this home can easily get your handicapped loved ones through the front door and into a beautiful and large vacation rental! You’ll also be a short ten minutes away from downtown Seaside, where food, shops, and fun await! If you’re coming down from Washington, you’ll find the drive shorter and more relaxing!

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The Tides Inn in Lincoln City, Oregon

The Tides Inn – Lincoln City, house, beach access, sleeps 14 with 4 bedrooms and 3.5 baths – This gorgeous, specially built home in Lincoln City offers a beautiful ocean view from the top deck of this home! With 3 floors, you and your family will have plenty of space to call your own on your vacation. You’ll even have your own private sauna on the bottom floor. A wheelchair accessible bedroom is located on the main floor with a fully accessible bathroom adjoined! You’ll love the beautiful setup of the unique home. It even has a pipe running through the center of the house acting as a laundry shoot, so guests on the top and middle floors can simply drop their laundry into the laundry room with ease!

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Waters Edge 407 in Lincoln City, Oregon

Waters Edge 407 – Lincoln City, Condo, bay front, sleeps 6 with 2 bedrooms and 1 bath – This top floor condo at the Waters Edge Complex sports a fantastic view of the Siletz Bay to the south and the Pacific Ocean to the west! Waters Edge has an elevator for guests to reach this floor and it also offers a handicap friendly layout in room 407. Go out on the deck and watch as high tide fills up the bay. Check back later as you watch the water return to the Pacific. You’ll have plenty of restaurants to eat out at and things to do while staying down here in the Taft district!

Find Your Ideal Oregon Coast Vacation Destination

Not sure where to stay on your next trip to the Oregon coast? Check out this short article to figure out the best vacation spot for you and your needs!

We get it. Choosing your next vacation destination can be tricky. Will my kids enjoy it? Will the grandparents have things to do? Will I be able to actually relax on this trip? Will there be enough food options for everyone to eat what they like? Here is a short guide to helping you choose your next Oregon coast destination, whether it’s next week or next summer!

Looking for a place the whole family can enjoy? Coming down from Washington state to the Oregon coast but don’t want to drive longer than necessary? Do you love walking the boardwalk on your vacations? Look no further than Seaside, Oregon! Seaside offers fun for everyone, with a boardwalk full of stores, food, and entertainment. Close to the border of Washington, you and your family can spend more time on the beach rather than in the car. Check out these 3 gorgeous vacation rentals we offer guests in Seaside!

Anja’s Retreat – Beach access house, sleeps 8 with 4 bedrooms and 2 baths

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Anja’s Retreat in Seaside, Oregon

Edgewood Escape – House, sleeps 12 with 5 bedrooms and 3 baths, pet friendly

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Edgewood Escape in Seaside, Oregon

Seashell Beach House – Beach access house, sleeps 6 with 2 bedrooms and 1 bath, pet friendly

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Seashell Beach House in Seaside, Oregon

Do you enjoy a quieter pace? Do you long for a view or a beach backyard? Do you enjoy walking rather than driving to get around town? Rockaway Beach may be the ideal vacation destination for you! Almost everything you’ll need on your trip is
located on both the west and east sides of Hwy 101! Many of our homes offer a view from the cliffs or you can opt for an oceanfront home with immediate beach access right through the back door! Check out these 3 gorgeous homes in Rockaway Beach below!

The Lighthouse – Oceanview house, sleeps 10 with 3 bedrooms and 2.5 baths, pet friendly

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The Lighthouse in Rockaway Beach, Oregon

Sand Dune – Oceanfront house, sleeps 6 with 3 bedrooms and 2 baths

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Sand Dune in Rockaway Beach, Oregon

Spirit in the Sky – Oceanview house, sleeps 6 with 2 bedrooms and 2 baths

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Spirit in the Sky in Rockaway Beach, Oregon

Are you looking for a location packed full of nightly entertainment? How about miles of beach with glass floats just waiting to be found and kept? Do you enjoy trying new restaurants? Lincoln City is the vacation location for you! Chinook Winds Casino is a great place to hit the slots or catch a concert or comedy act! You’ll also have tons of new and exciting restaurant choices while staying in Lincoln City, from seafood to Thai to burgers! Starting in mid October and ending in late May is the annual Finders Keepers event! Head out to the beach every day during these months for your chance to find your very own glass float on the Oregon coast to bring back home with you. Make sure to check out these 3 vacation rentals available in Lincoln City!

Pacific Crest – Oceanview house, sleeps 10 with 4 bedrooms and 3 baths

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Pacific Crest in Lincoln City, Oregon

Pacific Palace – Oceanview house, sleeps 12 with 4 bedrooms and 4.5 baths

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Pacific Palace in Lincoln City, Oregon

Sea Cliff Cottage – Oceanfront house, sleeps 7 with 3 bedrooms and 2.5 baths

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Sea Cliff Cottage in Lincoln City, Oregon

Do you love sea life? Do you enjoy trying new beers? Do you have a passion for photography? Come down to Newport on your next vacation to the coast then! The Rogue brewing company and the Oregon Coast Aquarium are right across the street from one another in Newport, right next to the Yaquina Bay Bridge! You’ll be able to hit 3 great vacation spots all in one go in Newport! There are also plenty of new restaurants to try out while you’re down here with the whole family! Here are 3 beautiful vacation homes to check out in the Newport area!

B by the Sea – Oceanfront house, sleeps 9 with 3 bedrooms and 2.5 baths

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B by the Sea in Newport, Oregon

Beverly Beach Overlook – Oceanview house, sleeps 8 with 3 bedrooms and 3 baths

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Beverly Beach Overlook in Newport, Oregon

Ocean Watch at Surfland – Oceanfront house, sleeps 12 with 4 bedrooms and 2.5 baths

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Ocean Watch at Surfland in Newport, Oregon

Are you trying to get as far away from home as possible? Do you enjoy a quieter area with gorgeous views of the Pacific? Are you traveling with a party of 8 or less and a dog? Yachats may be the place for you! Yachats is the farthest you can get from Portland with Oregon Beach Vacations and is also a quaint location for vacation rentals! You will find that this area is much less crowded during the summer than Lincoln City, Newport, or Seaside! Check out these 3 beautiful homes located in Yachats!

Dream Sea Chalet – Mountain view house, sleeps 8 with 3 bedrooms and 2.5 baths, pet friendly

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Dream Sea Chalet in Yachats, Oregon

Oceanside Beach Cottage at Yachats – Oceanview house, sleeps 4 with 1 bedroom and 1 bath

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Oceanside Beach Cottage at Yachats in Yachats, Oregon

Seaside Walk – Oceanfront house, sleeps 8 with 3 bedrooms and 4 baths, pet friendly

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Seaside Walk in Yachats, Oregon

5 Couple’s Retreats – Oregon Coast

Searching for a beautiful home this fall just for the two of you? Planning an anniversary to the Oregon coast but don’t need all that extra space that most vacation rentals offer? Check out these 5 gorgeous homes with room for 2 to 4 guests! A few are even pet friendly, and perfect for bringing the pups on your getaway to the coast this fall! Have your best couple’s getaway yet with Oregon Beach Vacations!

1. Agate Beach Cottage at Meritage – This beautiful townhouse in Newport with an ocean view has one bedroom and two baths and can accommodate up to four guests. If you’re looking for a couple’s retreat, this home is perfect for you! This stylish and classy vacation home has the most beautiful view of the Oregon Coast! You’ll want to come back again and again! Book today!


Agate Beach Cottage at Meritage in Newport, Oregon
Agate Beach Cottage at Meritage in Newport, Oregon

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10 Pet Friendly Vacation Homes

Finding a beautiful vacation home for 4 or more guests and a dog can sometimes be a challenge. Here at Oregon Beach Vacations, we want you to get the most out of your precious vacation time without the stress of figuring out what to do with the pups. Check out these ten beautiful dog friendly vacation rentals on the Oregon coast, and have your best vacation yet!

1. Barry’s Fishing Peer – This gorgeous home located in Garibaldi is perfect for 8 guests and 2 dogs with 3 bedrooms and 2.5 baths! A fenced in yard is available to keep an eye on both the pups and the children, while also enjoying a beautiful view of the Pacific from the deck. You’ll have the time of your life here at Barry’s Fishing Peer! You can even rent out the adjoining building, Rick’s Fishing Peer, for more guests! Book today!

Barry's Fishing Peer in Garibaldi, Oregon
Barry’s Fishing Peer in Garibaldi, Oregon

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10 Storm Watching Homes – Oregon Coast

Storm season is finally upon us, and that means getting the best seat in the house to watch the Pacific ocean get swept about while waves crash against the Oregon coast and lighting and thunder spread across the grey skies! If you’re searching for a vacation rental with the best views of Oregon winter storms, look no further! We’ve listed ten beautiful homes for you to explore with your family this winter season! Stay safe and dry with Oregon Beach Vacations! Click on a photo to book or get more information on the home you’re interested in!

1. Bay Echo – Nestled right in front of Hwy 101, right across from Depoe’s Bay Spouting Horn, is Bay Echo. This beautiful townhouse is perfect for catching Oregon’s winter storms, along with giving you the best seat in the house for witnessing the sprays of water coming off the Spouting Horn at high tide. With two bedrooms and two baths, this vacation rental is perfect for 8 guests!

View of Spouting Horn from Bay Echo - Depoe Bay
View of Spouting Horn from Bay Echo – Depoe Bay

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