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  • Lori Fuller

    What makes Oregon’s coast special – very, very special actually – is that all 363 miles of it is public and protected so by law. There’s no span of private ownership, so every beach is open to the public. It’s incredible, hence why they call it The People’s Coast, with so many nice places to stop and visit. Here are a few of the best… spare plenty of time and enjoy a roadtrip to any of these great things to do on the Oregon Coast!

  • Jen True

    Oregon travels

  • Amanda Zimmer

    Oregon coastline trips

  • Janet Wakeland

    Hwy 1 on the Pacific Coast is a bucket list drive for anyone. Would do it again in a heart beat!

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