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Three Arch Rocks105 viewsAbove Oceanside is another stunning discovery thatís not very well known. At the very top of town sits a gravel patch the locals donít want you to know about. From here, you can actually look down on the famous Three Arch Rocks. It is the single most expensive chunk of real estate in all of Tillamook County.
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The Thrills of Oregon Coast's Three Capes Loop122 viewsTillamook, or Killamook, Indians inhabited a large area between Nehalem and the Salmon River and from the crest of the Coast Range to the Pacific Ocean, with their main village near the mouth of the Kilchis River. "Tillamook" translates as "Land of Many Waters." The earliest Tillamook inhabitants in the Netarts area also settled around 1400 (according to archeological work of Newman, 1959). Netarts originally extended from Cape Lookout to Cape Meares. In the language of the local Killamooks "Ne ta at",
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inside the lighthouse, really this is inside the light itself120 viewsCape Meares Lighthouse
Location: 10 miles west of Tillamook and the Pacific Coast Scenic Byway.
Noteworthy: Cape Meares Lighthouse can be viewed from the Cape Meares State Scenic Viewpoint. It stands 217 feet above ocean; and its 38-foot tower makes it the shortest on the Oregon coast.
Hiking: Trailheads from the main parking are to the lighthouse and viewpoints overlooking offshore islets inhabited by sea lions and nesting seabirds.
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This is a lighthouse near Tillamook , dont miss it if you ever go here.111 viewsThis city has numerous hotel and restaurant options and is another one of Oregon's favorite destinations. Further to the south are Newport, Waldport, Yachats and Florence. These are four popular destinations on the Central Oregon Coast. People traveling this region love to visit the Oregon Coast Aquarium, Heceta Head and the Sea Lion Caves. Coos Bay, Bandon, Port Orford, Gold Beach and Brookings finish up the Southern Oregon Coast.
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