Fun for Everyone

Fort Stevens

One of the nation’s largest public campgrounds, the 4,300-acre park offers trails, wildlife viewing, and an historic shipwreck

Take off on Trails
Photo by: Camping Oregon Coast

Oregon Coast Camping

Cabins and yurts for cooler nights and tent and RV sites for camping under the stars

Pick Your Place
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Coffenbury Lake

Freshwater lake located in Fort Stevens State Park; a popular destination for canoeing, paddleboarding, and kayaking

Perfect for Paddling

Ruby's Roadside Grill

Not your typical roadside spot, Ruby's offers juicy burgers along with BBQ shrimp tacos, seafood chowder, and local microbrews

Chow Down
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Necanicum River

A fresh perspective on nature & wildlife as you paddle through estuaries

Waterway Wonders

Zingers Ice Cream

Homemade ice cream & waffle cones found in the heart of Seaside's downtown

Scoop One Up
Seaside Promenade Photo by: @badtz281

The Prom

Iconic boardwalk-style path in Seaside with panoramic views of the Pacific and sunsets

Stroll Seaside's Storied Promenade