Archive for July, 2017

  1. 7 New Oregon Coast Eateries You Must Try

    Posted by OCVA / July 31, 2017

    We all have our go-to chowder or fish n’ chips on the Oregon Coast, those tasty stand-bys that never let us down. But every so often, it’s fun to change it up a little — and luckily there’s always something new in the Oregon Coast dining scene. Whether it’s local albacore tuna poke, grilled oysters, a killer burger or fresh-baked cinnamon rolls, you can find…

  2. Destination Manzanita

    Posted by OCVA / July 31, 2017

    From the epic summit at Neahkahnie mountain to the hot dogs and ice cream you can grab right next to the beach, Manzanita is a beloved spot on the Oregon Coast. Nearly a year after a powerful storm damaged 128 homes and several businesses, this dreamy outpost is back in full force and ready to welcome visitors. Here’s where to eat, drink, shop and play…

  3. Spend a Night at These Lesser-Known Coastal Lodgings

    Posted by OCVA / July 31, 2017

    The oceans and mountains, rivers and lakes along the Oregon Coast range are magical places to wake up every morning on vacation. But have you ever dreamed of sleeping in a working lighthouse, on a houseboat, at the base of an epic peak or at a secluded riverside tree perch?  Here are four inspired lesser-known lodgings for your next Coast adventure: On the lake If…

  4. Crabbing + Clamming on the Oregon Coast: Rules, Regulations + Licenses

    Posted by Outdoor Project Contributor Tyson Gillard / July 3, 2017

    Partial copy by and published in collaboration with Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife.

    A visit to the Pacific Northwest is never complete without a taste of the fresh seafood that fills the coastal beach town markets. Fortunately, if you are willing to put in a little digging and a little hauling, you don’t have to pay market prices. Dungeness crab, mussels, and clams are yours for the taking with a small bit of know-how. The Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife makes it easy, offering extensive information on how to (legally) find the freshest catch.