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8 Best Beaches in Oregon You Ought to Visit

Rasshmie Salunkhay Jul 1, 2019
From beaches that are bustling with a plethora of activities to completely unexplored shorelines, Oregon has a rhythmic trail of splendid beaches that are jam-packed with awes and surprises.

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Cannon Beach

Though the beach is loved for its soothing shoreline, the remarkable Haystack Rock - a 235-feet massive monolith - takes the cake.

Newport Beach

The unique feature of this captivating beach is the Yaquina Bay Bridge with an underwater walkway and a seabird aviary.

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Lincoln Beach

Apart from being a rejuvenating haven, it is the state's longest beach and features glass artworks, outlets and galleries.

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Rockaway Beach

Adjoining the city, the beach has multiple public access points and is renowned for the Twin Rocks, beach combing and kite-flying.

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Hug Point Beach

Hug Point is a 42-acre recreational park, consisting of waterfalls, natural green forests, mysterious caves and a marvelous beach.

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Indian Beach

Numerous rocks jutting out on the shoreline is a distinguished feature of this charismatic beach that is equally loved by sunbathers and surfers.

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Pacific City Beach

Laden with a number of parks and breweries around, this charming beach is a fantastic option for a laid back time.

Heceta Beach

A hiker's dream come true and well-nestled sandy coves, the striking Heceta Beach is beauty personified.

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Summer is the best time to traverse the rugged coast of Oregon, to relish these superlative beaches.