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Watching Storms Safely on the Oregon Coast Officials get fairly worried when this part of the year comes along, as beach safety is a concern year-round. but even more so when those attractive, monster waves start rolling in and crowds start arriving to watch
Tips for Spotting A Sneaker Wave - in Oregon or Any Other Beach It doesn't take big storms to create wonton ocean surges. Sneaker waves can happen even in somewhat calm conditions
Can You Swim in the Pacific Ocean on the Oregon Coast? While there is no real official stand on this by Oregon tourism or state authorities, the general answer is: yes, sort of - but that doesn't mean you should.
Can I Drive on Oregon Coast Beaches? Rules, Regulations for Cars, Vehicles
Pet Safety Tips for Your Dog on the Oregon Coast
Beach safety is something you have to keep in mind not only for yourself but for your pet as well Places not to go with your dog on the coast, and beaches where they will have fun plenty of fun
Surprising Unknown Rules of the Oregon Coast There's a lot coastal tourism entities haven't told you: beach fires, camping, dogs, running out of gas
Oregon Coast Safety Reminders for Holiday: No Fireworks, Camping on Beaches It turns shooting off fireworks on all Oregon beaches is against the law, and camping on the beaches is prohibited on most of the coast
Oregon Coast Beach Safety from Oregon State Parks and Recreation
Live Earthquake, Tsunami Updates from Oregon Coast, Washington. B.C., California, Alaska
Latest in Oregon Coast Tsunami Debris News - How to Report Tsunami Debris
West Coast Flavors: Chef Salad
2 Jul 2015 at 12:34pm
Help keep you and your loved ones safe on the road, Pledge against distracted driving and support safety on our roads. Join KTVL News10 for The Great Outdoors, a weekly segment featuring numerous activities related to outdoor living in Southern Oregon and ...
Summer safety tips from Oregon?s Tillamook Coast
25 Jun 2015 at 6:02am
With a bustling summer season ahead, the folks at Visit Tillamook Coast want visitors to enjoy their time on the beach and mountains, creating memorable experiences while staying safe. These safety tips will help you "know before you go." Highway 101 and ...
Summer's low tides (-1.4) coming to Oregon coast on Fourth of July
29 Jun 2015 at 12:48am
Call the shellfish safety hotline before harvesting anything you plan to eat at 800-448-2474. Here's a link to a tide table for the northern Oregon coast: saltwaterstide.com. Another thing that beachgoers love about low tides is that it lets them walk ...
Visitors reminded to be ?fire safe? in forests
2 Jul 2015 at 4:04pm
Corvallis ? With persistently warm and dry weather on the Oregon Coast this spring, Siuslaw National Forest officials have raised the Forest?s fire danger level to ?moderate? and are reminding visitors to be mindful of fire safety this summer.
Sheriff: Boy, 16, dies in N. Oregon coast fall
29 Jun 2015 at 6:45pm
(AP) ? An Oregon sheriff says a 16-year-old Salem boy died after falling off a steep cliff onto the rocks below at Cape Kiwanda on the north Oregon coast. The Oregonian reports ... of five people who hiked past a safety fence on the cape.
Scenic Bikeways? now available on the coast and southern Oregon
29 Jun 2015 at 7:00am
Last week the Oregon State Parks Commission unanimously approved two new Scenic Bikeways; the Wild Rivers Coast and Cascade Siskiyou routes ... however the selection committee takes into account the general safety of the road in making their decisions.
Conditions Cancel Mega Flag Kite on Oregon Coast; Rest of Festival Continues
26 Jun 2015 at 11:30am
(Lincoln City, Oregon) ? Wind and weather conditions have caused the cancellation of one big kiting event on the Oregon coast today, but the rest of ... right for the flag to fly", says Jim Martin, safety coordinator representing Gomberg Kite Productions ...
Coast Guard urges caution during the holiday weekend in the Pacific Northwest
2 Jul 2015 at 8:14am
The Coast Guard strongly cautions beachgoers and recreational boaters to be aware of possible dangers and stay safe while enjoying the Oregon and Washington coasts ... having the proper safety equipment and staying sober while on or in the water."