Pacific City Vacation Rentals

Pacific City, Oregon. Our Pacific City vacation rentals are walking distances from this beachBook a Your Next Vacation Rental in Pacific City, Oregon

We host a wide variety of Pacific City vacation rentals, ready to accommodate your trip to this wild and wonderful location.

Pacific City is located just off of Highway 101 on a small loop that extends west towards the Pacific Ocean.  There are two large rivers, The Big Nestucca and The Little Nestucca, that merge to create an estuary and habitat for a variety of natural species.

If you are into fishing, crabbing and clamming, this is a fine vacation choice for you.  There are two Salmon runs, one in the spring and one in the fall, that run up The Big Nestucca located right in the center of town.  The locals of Pacific City indicate that on any given day during crabbing season, a local crabber may need to offer excess crab to passersby on the street as they have effortlessly exceeded their limit.

Take a stroll on the beach and enjoy seeing some wildlife. Just a few of the local inhabitants include bald eagles, pelicans, herons, seals, sea lions, otters and porpoises. Pacific City is also a favorite for whale watchers. Come see the migration of the amazing gray whale in March and May.

Maybe an afternoon of antiquing and a fine dinner out is what calls to you on vacation. With many local shops to explore, you’re sure to find an abundance of unique treasures. There are also many dining choices to tempt you after a long day of shopping.

Visit Pacific City on your next vacation and see all that this part of the Northwest has to offer!

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

We also offer vacation rental homes in:  Cannon BeachDepoe BayGaribaldiGearhartGleneden BeachLincoln BeachLincoln CityManzanitaNeskowinNewportOceansideOtter RockRockaway BeachSeal RockSeasideWaldport and Yachats.

Vacation Homes in Pacific City, OR

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Fantasia

Fantasia

3 Bed | 1.5 Bath | 8 Sleep | Dog Friendly
Pacific City
Starting at $99.00/night
Pelicans Watch

Pelicans Watch

4 Bed | 2.5 Bath | 8 Sleep | Dog Friendly
Pacific City
Starting at $223.00/night
Sea Lion Crossing

Sea Lion Crossing

2 Bed | 2 Bath | 6 Sleep | Dog Friendly
Pacific City
Starting at $167.00/night
Swallow's Nest

Swallow's Nest

4 Bed | 2.5 Bath | 10 Sleep | Dog Friendly
Pacific City
Starting at $180.00/night
Haven Hill

Haven Hill

4 Bed | 3 Bath | 8 Sleep
Pacific City
Starting at $160.00/night
Pacific Watch

Pacific Watch

4 Bed | 3 Bath | 14 Sleep
Pacific City
Starting at $304.00/night

Where can I find Pacific City vacation rentals?

Oregon Beach Vacations has a wide variety of vacation homes ready to accommodate your trip to Pacific City. We offer:

  • oceanfront rentals,
  • pet friendly rentals,
  • rentals with hot tubs,
  • and more.

Check out our Pacific City rentals, and feel free to reach out to us with any questions!

What is there to do in Pacific City?

The Cape Kiwanda State Natural Area and Bob Straub State Park are two attractions in Pacific City that visitors love to explore. They offer some of the best views you’ll find on the Oregon Coast. Green Acres Beach and Nestucca Bay National Wildlife Refuge are a few other places we would recommend checking out.

Where is Pacific City in Oregon?

Pacific City is located along the Oregon Coast about 20 miles north of Lincoln City. It is roughly a 2-hour drive southwest of Portland.

What is Pacific City Beach Like?

Pacific City’s beach can be located at Cape Kiwanda State Natural Area, which offers some amazing views of the Pacific Ocean. The route to the beach is rugged and steep, but the shoreline is worth the hike. The sandstone is in a constant state of erosion, so we advise you to stay within the safe, fence-in areas, as some surfaces can crumble underneath you. If you stay on the clearly defined routes, however, you will be completely safe. This is one of the 3 Capes (along with Cape Meares and Cape Lookout).