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When you stay at Gearhart by the Sea, you're just minutes away from the historic Astoria, the oldest American settlement west of the Rockies! Come discover the beautiful Victorian architecture, and it's shops and restaurants that still maintain a rich history of the 1920s. The Astoria Chamber of Commerce offers audio tours that can take you to the... more
- Restaurant Onsite
- Pets Allowed
- Property Size 85 units
- Conference Facility
- Kids Allowed
- Nearby City Seaside
- Nearby Water Pacific Ocean
- Open Dates All Year
- Villas and Condos
Absorb some of the area's history by taking a day-trip to the Garibaldi Museum, which features include 18th century sailing life, and the story of Captain Robert Gray and his historical vessels, the Lady Washington and the Columbia Rediviva. Also noteworthy is a gallery that captures the early life in Garibaldi through a historic photo collection... more
Head over to the Lincoln City Cultural Center, housed in the historic DeLake School building, and soak up some knowledge. The Center offers a wide variety of classes and events year-round. Walk through the quaint town of Lincoln City and enjoy its coastal culture!... more
Indoor and outdoor recreation facilities make this preserve a year-round destination. Visit history at the Lewis and Clark historical sites, the air museum, or spend some time at the Seaside Aquarium.... more
Explore the unique natural history of Southwestern Oregon and Northern California's rugged Klamath-Siskiyou Mountains with the Siskiyou Field Institute. Dedicated naturalists lead you in discovering the unique geology, flora and fauna of this region. There's something for everyone: wildflower illustration, bird watching, rafting trips, youth camps,... more
In 1936, before there were even any major roads to the area, Surftides opened its doors. 1937 brought the Roosevelt highway and ever since the hotel has been offering classic maritime vacations. Today it's in its second generation of ownership by the Cho family, who have owned the hotel since 1979!... more