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Showing 16-30 of 33 Nature Resorts
The rich biodiversity of the Pacific Coast awaits your exploration! You will be right in the thick of it at Hallmark Resort in Newport with easy access to whale watching, hiking and biking, and much more. Just make sure that you don't forget the camera! ... more
Adventure to Oregon and glimpse the wildlife, beaches, and natural beauty that makes this place a famous favorite of families nation-wide. This Thousand Trails destination puts you in a prime spot to stop at Three Arch Rocks Nat'l Bird and Sea Lion Refuge, the Sea Lion Caves, and Oregon Coast Aquarium!... more
Reconnect with nature with a getaway to the famed Oregon coast. Spend time on or near Tillamook Bay and keep an eye out for the area's more than 356 species of birds or spot a whale breaking the surface of the water. Or, explore any of the several accessible hiking trails in Tillamook County!... more
Quality Inn in Lincoln City is located within a short distance to the Pacific Ocean, and with easy access to the D River. Keep your camera out and eyes open, as you wander through the trails of Don Davis Memorial Park, or capture the whales when you visit the Whale Watching Center in Depoe Bay. You will have plenty to see as you explore the natural... more
When you stay with Grey Fox Inc Vacation Rentals you'll be sure to discover a relaxing Oregon coast vacation that you'll remember forever. Here, you're just minutes away from great nature adventures. Ride your bike or drive your car through the twelve mile scenic National Forest service drive that begins just one mile down the road. Hike any of... more
Reconnect with nature during your getaway to the Inn at Wecoma. The diverse landscape of Lincoln City includes miles of pristine sandy shorelines, the Salmon River to the north, and the Siletz River and Siletz Bay National Wildlife Refuge to the south. And with a mild maritime climate, exploring the natural wonders of the area will be comfortable... more
Reconnect with nature during your escape to the Oregon coast! Many of the vacation rentals offered by Oregon Beach Vacations offer great access for nature enthusiasts to explore the area's diverse landscapes consisting for sandy beaches, lush green forests, and stunning rock formations. Insider tip: come during the winter months to experience some... more
Oregon's North Coast puts nature on full display! Of course, you can soak in Pacific Ocean views on a cruise or from the beach. Stay on land and hike through the area's forests, which are framed by bays and rivers. Observe some majestic, mammoth creatures on a whale watching cruise in Depoe Bay!... more
Winter season on the Oregon Coast offers spectacular surf, beachcombing, whale watching and often-unexpected midwinter sun breaks. Imagine a sunny winter afternoon on the deck, only a few steps away from the beach, followed by a breathtaking sunset. After dark, sit and watch as the beach night-lights reflect off the white-capped waves to create a... more
Hike to Vista Point on Harris Butte at Harris Beach State Park and hear the ocean’s song. Lone Ranch Beach and Samuel H. Boardman State Park are also uncrowded options for some frame-worthy potential pictures of Oregon’s gorgeous coast.... more
At Surftides you're surrounded by ocean, rainforests and wetlands. Get a taste of it all with activities set up by the Adventure Concierge. Forage tidepools, go kite surfing, whale watching or hiking through the pristine nature of the Oregon coast. Or simply admire the view from an Oceanfront room!... more
Nature is on full display when you stay at the Wayside Inn! Your first stop is Tolovana Beach State Park, where you can explore the lush landscape and snap a photograph of Haystack Rock, a 235-foot sea stack. Haystack Rock tide pools are home to many intertidal animals, including starfish, sea anemone, crabs, chitons, limpets, and sea slugs. The... more
Sea Lion Caves is nature's home for wild sea lions and a variety of seabirds, just 11 miles north of Florence on the Oregon Coast. The vast cavern with the roar of the great Steller sea lions, the cries of the wailing birds, and the restless surge of the ocean into the cave below, form an unforgettable experience!... more