Guide to Oregon Coast Attractions, Spas: Comprehensive List
(Oregon Coast) – An impressive array of attractions and spas exist along the shores of the Oregon coast. It's about getting pampered and inner renewal at a place that's already laidback and rejuvenating. It's about tickling your brain and imagination with the science and historical attractions, or having adventures in tide pools, feeding cute seals or riding along old railroad tracks. (Photo above: Seaside Aquarium).
Seaside Aquarium has been around for over 70 years and has been on the major attractions of the north Oregon coast for that entire time. Feed the seals, dig more deeply into your coastal experience, see the kooky octopus and lots of freaky fish. Color jellies and wild crustaceans abound. It’s a perfect reason to head to the coast during the winter months, while the other seasons provide different kinds of entertainment for the family as well. 200 N. Prom, Seaside, Oregon. www.seasideaquarium.com (503) 738-6211.
Overleaf Lodge & Spa - Yachats.. Indulge in serious pampering on the Oregon coast, either for yourself or a loved one. Relaxing massage or facial, then followed with a soak in a spa tub overlooking the spectacular Oregon coast. The Overleaf Spa offers a full menu of treatments and therapies designed to help you restore, refresh and rejuvenate. Treatments include some innovative approaches – such as seaweed. Yes, seaweed. The hypnotic waves and beautiful Oregon coast set the mood for total and complete relaxation. To soothe tired muscles, melt into the hot tub and turn up the jets.
Overleaf Spa facilities are included in the Overleaf Lodge room rates. Non-Overleaf Lodge hotel guests may use the Spa facilities only if they book a 60 minute treatment. Overleaf Lodge & Spa. 280 Overleaf Lodge Lane Yachats, Oregon. (541) 547-4880 or Toll-Free (800) 338-0507. www.overleafspa.com.
Lincoln City Visitor Center, Lincoln City.. Catch up on all the extraordinary fun things to do in town, as well as find your way around dining or lodging. The beaches are miles and miles of uninterrupted pristine fun, and things to do include culinary classes, wine tasting, and loads of entertainment. Hwy 101, inside the Lincoln City Cultural Center. 800-452-2151 www.oregoncoast.org.
Oregon Coast Scenic Railroad Train Ride Schedules, News, Photos– including news and photos. It's one of the more popular attractions along the entire Oregon coast. Hit the Oregon Coast Crawler and the Oregon Coast Explorer for a variety of heady journeys originating in Garibaldi. There are big, panoramic views of both Tillamook Bay and Nehalem Bay. These vintage, antique trains stop for lunch and free time at Wheeler as well as Rockaway Beach. Oregon Coast Explorer Train, Railrides.
Cannon Beach's Haystack Awareness Program: N. Oregon Coast Schedule, on the N. Oregon Coast. It's all about tide pools, science, kids, tickling the brains of grownups too at this Cannon Beach attraction that literally moves around. Volunteers are on the beach at the Cannon Beach landmark formation helping visitors find all the interesting natural stuff. The HRAP beach schedule varies greatly and is highly dependent on weather that permits volunteers to be out on the beaches – and it must coincide with low tides. See the full information and updates here.
Salishan Spa, Lincoln City – Gleneden Beach. Overlooking the dramatic Siletz Bay, it's a stunning place to rejuvenate. The spa offers a co-ed whirlpool, separate facilities for men and women with wet and dry saunas, rain showers, and whirlpools. Before and after treatments, relish in the serenity of the hearth room. Treatments and pampering are of a wide variety, with body scrubs and wraps. Massages can be deeply therapeutic, utilizing rocks and other wonderful approaches. Mud wraps, hydrating wrap and Earth mineral wraps are available. De-aging treatments are varied and nourishing. There's even a Garden Massage session. 7760 U.S. 101. Gleneden Beach, Oregon. (541) 764-3600. www.salishan.com
Coastal Tuscan Tasting Room - Wine Bar and Wine Shop, Newport. A kind of mini-wine bar and wine shop. It's called the Coastal Tuscan Tasting Room, featuring a small selection of wines in a lovely Oregon coast setting. The tasting room will feature four to five wines for tasting from boutique and favorite wineries, which will change each month. The Coastal Tuscan Room is near Hwy 101, at 715 SW Hurbert St., Suite D – the first stop light north of the Yaquina Bay Bridge. 541-867-6621. www.stonecrestbb.com Part of Stone Crest Cellars BnB, south of Newport.
Burrows House Museum and Lincoln County Historical Society.An ancient log building and a charming Victorian mansion are part of this favorite central Oregon coast attraction. See what an actual Victorian parlor was like, witness the shipwrecks of the Newport area, see the law office of local historical figure and take in numerous hand-crafted objects from the past. There is a book store, a research library, and see the ever-changing exhibits that bring the past back to life. Burrows House Museum. 545 SW Ninth Street. Newport, Oregon. (541) 265-7509. http://www.oregoncoast.history.museum/burrowshouse.html
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