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Oregon's nearly 363 miles of pristine, public coastline is made up of diverse terrain that changes from rugged cliffs to evergreen forests to Sahara-like dunes and boundless sandy beaches. From Astoria in the north to Brookings in the southern tip, follow the shoreline past a smorgasbord of one-of-a-kind attractions including scores of quaint towns with a penchant for serving up legendary seafood, historic lighthouses, breathtaking viewpoints, stunning state parks, a cornucopia of galleries and museums and a world class aquarium. Mild temperatures, dramatic scenery and a wide range of recreational activities make the coast one of the state's most popular regions.
Oregon Coast Visitors Association
voice: 541-574-2679fax: 541-265-2188http://email@example.comConvention & Visitors Association of Lane Countyvoice: 541-484-5307fax: 541-343-6335www.VisitLaneCounty.firstname.lastname@example.orgCoos Bay - North Bend Visitor & Convention Bureauvoice: 541-269-0215fax: 541-269-2861www.OregonAdventureCoast.email@example.comFlorence Area Chamber of Commercevoice: 541-997-3128fax: firstname.lastname@example.orgGreater Newport Chamber of Commercevoice: 541-265-8801fax: email@example.comLincoln City Visitor & Convention Bureauvoice: 541-996-1274fax: firstname.lastname@example.orgSeaside Visitors Bureauvoice: 503-738-3097fax: email@example.com
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