Oregon July 28, 2017
Get Away From It All At This One Charming Small Town On The Oregon Coast
No summer in Oregon is complete without a trip to the coast. If you’re looking for a place to relax on the seashore, look no farther: tucked between two stunning state parks, Manzanita is a wonderful small town that’s loaded with charm and natural beauty. Read on to find out what makes this funky little beach town such an extraordinary place to get away from it all.
Located in Tillamook County, Manzanita is a charming beach town surrounded by breathtaking scenery.
Despite being home to only 639 residents, Manzanita is full of wonderful restaurants, shops, cafes, inns, and more, making it a fabulous place for a day trip or weekend getaway.
Running along the edge of town is a long, smooth beach where you can swim, stroll, explore tide pools, build sandcastles, have a picnic, ride beach bikes, or just relax and take in the beautiful views.
Not to mention, the sunsets are out of this world.
Nestled between Nehalem Bay State Park and Oswald West State Park, there are endless opportunities for outdoor adventures.
You won't want to miss out on a hike to the top of the legendary Neahkahnie Mountain. Located just north of town, the Neahkahnie Mountain Hike winds through the forest before unveiling the most unbelievably beautiful ocean views.
In town, you'll find plenty of delicious dining options, including tasty cafes, an adorable bakery, a farmers market, and a mix of casual eats and elegant restaurants.
There are many great places to stay the night, from lovely bed & breakfasts to beachside resorts. One nice place to lodge is the Coast Cabins, an elegant retreat comprised of 6 private cabins enclosed in a beautiful garden.
Numerous festivals take place here throughout the year, including an incredible 4th of July Parade, the Manzanita Music Festival, and the Polar Plunge on New Years Day.
This wonderful seaside town on the Oregon Coast is a perfect place for an unforgettable beach trip.
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