Otter Rock Vacation Rentals

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Located 7 miles north of Newport, Otter Rock is known to some as the Waikiki of Oregon.  Surfers of all levels, and from all around the world, flock to this favorite surfing destination. There are many surf shops located in town if a traveler needs equipment or supply replenishment. If you’re looking for the perfect Oregon Coast location, consider our Otter Rock vacation rentals!

This quaint coastal community was named after a large rock just off of the shoreline that many otters have called home.  Visitors are not able to climb on the rock, but for the curious, kayaking is not just allowed, it’s encouraged!  Of course this is only when weather permits – during a storm it can be treacherous out there!

Otter Rock boasts beautiful beaches, a variety of restaurants and many vacation rentals to hang your hat during your stay.  Call Oregon Beach Vacations and let us help you plan your getaway to Otter Rock today!

We also offer vacation rentals in:  Cannon BeachDepoe BayGaribaldiGearhartGlenden BeachLincoln BeachLincoln CityManzanitaNeskowinNewportOceansidePacific CityRockaway BeachSeal RockSeasideWaldport and Yachats.

Whenever you’re looking to visit the Northern or Central Oregon Coast, Oregon Beach Vacations offers the most comprehensive list of Oregon Vacation Rentals.

Vacation Homes in Otter Rock, OR

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Otter Rock Hideaway

Otter Rock Hideaway

3 Bed | 2 Bath | 6 Sleep
Otter Rock
Starting at $200.00/night
The Cedar House

The Cedar House

4 Bed | 2 Bath | 8 Sleep | Dog Friendly
Otter Rock
Starting at $235.00/night

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What is there to do at Otter Rock?

There are plenty of things to do in Otter Rock Oregon! For starters, you can spend your days exploring the gorgeous coastal scenery. Take a hike along one of the many trails, go for a swim in the ocean, or just relax on the beach and soak up the sun.

If you’re looking for something a little more active, you can go kayaking, surfing, or windsurfing. Or, if you’re feeling really adventurous, you can go whale watching or even try your hand at crabbing.