You’ll Love A Trip To Oregon’s Longest Pier That Stretches Infinitely Into The Sea

Unlike many of the towns on the Oregon Coast, Garibaldi is a quiet little fishing village. With a population of just 801 and a picturesque location, this is the place to go if you’re looking to get away from it all. The next time you find yourself in town, check out Pier’s End. Oregon’s longest pier is a great spot to fish, bird watch, and soak in breathtaking ocean views. Take a look:

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To reach the parking area right in front of Pier’s End, take 12th Street from U.S. Highway 101, then turn right onto Bay Lane. It’s hard to miss! For more information, as well as other cool spots in this tiny town, check out the Visit Garibaldi website here.

Have you visited Garibaldi? If so, we’d love to hear what your experience was like! Share your stories (and photos!) in the comments below.

For more enchanting spots on the Oregon Coast, check out our previous article: Visit These 9 Quaint Beach Towns In Oregon Before The Tourists Arrive.