Cannon Beach on the Orego Coast: Virtual Tour, Tillamook Head, Cannon Beach downtown, Indian Beach and Arch Cape

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VIRTUAL TOUR, MAP OF CANNON BEACH on the OREGON COAST

Beginning at Indian Beach, at the bottom of Tillamook Head (Some pages are only samples: there are more places to visit than shown)
Pictures, Photos of Cannon Beach - in dozens of Oregon Coast pictures; map of Cannon Beach, Milepost Guide to Cannon Beach
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Ecola State Park - Indian Beach - Lighthouse - Downtown Cannon Beach - Northern Cannon Beach - Haystack Rock, Midtown - Southern Beaches - Tolovana - Viewpoints - Arcadia Beach - Hug Point - Arch Cape

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Cannon Beach's Indian Beach Tour - Ecola State Park, lighthouse, surfer beach, more - Appx MP 27

 

Indian Beach (& Goonies Rock) - movie sites, Twilight film locations, Ecola Creek

 

Tillamook Rock Lighthouse - Terrible Tilly, rocky headland, hiking paths

 

Ecola State Park, Viewpoints, beaches, lighthouse sights - Appx MP 28


History of Ecola State Park, Lewis & Clark, Crescent Beach - Appx MP 28

 

Cannon Beach Northern Beaches - Chapman Point, Crescent Beach

 

Northern Beaches of Cannon Beach - summer scenes

 

Northern Beaches, Chapman Point, spring and summer skies


Lewis & Clark Landmark at Cannon Beach - Les Shirley Park, history

 

Cannon Beach Downtown Tour - Second street, beach access

 

Downtown Cannon Beach - shopping, strolling, charming streets

 

Cannon Beach Downtown - famous residents, kites, gifts, landmarks


Downtown (and doggy moment) - seriously pet friendly town, giant dog as sea monster

 

Downtown Beaches, Cannon Beach

 

Sample of Cannon Beach Midtown Tour - views of various beaches, landmarks, seasons

 

Midtown Beaches - Haystack Rock, various landmarks, geology, Cannon Beach at night - Appx MP 30


Cannon Beach Midtown - Hidden Side Street beaches, colorful skies - Appx MP 30

 

Cannon Beach Sandcastle Day - more about the pet friendly town, scenic beaches

 

Haystack Rock, Cannon Beach day and night photographs - Appx MP 30

 

Southern Beaches Tour - tidepools, Haystack and the Needles, glowing beaches


Southern Beaches (Sample) - photographs of various Cannon Beach landmarks, accesses

 

Cannon Beach's Tolovana District - visitor information, scenery - Appx MP 31

 

Tolovana District in Cannon Beach - Tolovana at night, stunning sights

 

Southernmost Beach at Cannon Beach - incredible hidden beach access, southern streets - Appx MP 32


South of Cannon Beach Viewpoints - pictures, visitor information - Appx MP 32

 

Arcadia Beach Tour - Arcadia State Park amenities, sights south of Cannon Beach - Just past MP 32

 

Sample of Hug Point Tour - waterfalls, secret spots, history, caves, geology - Close to MP 33

 

Tour Hug Point - beach photographs, visitor information, seasonal sights, storm video


Hug Point and oddities - wild rock structures, waterfall - Close to MP 33

 

Hug Point - grotto-like cave, beach details

 

Hug Point (and road) - history of the road, - Close to MP 33

 

Hug Point (secrets of the cave) - various photographs and views of this unique place


Hug Point Tour Sample - more unique aspects to this fascinating beach

 

Hug Point Mysteries - strange finds, details that will amaze, historical landmarks

 

Hug Point - coves, crevices, goo-covered blobs, stunning photos, secret viewpoints

 

Tour a Castle and Stunning Beaches, Arch Cape Map - Queen Vic, seastacks, the rarely seen arch - At MP 35


Tour Arch Cape - beach objects thousands of years old, Arch Cape Tunnel - At MP 35

 

Cannon Beach Chamber, Visitors photos
Cannon Beach Chamber and Visitors Center - find more Cannon Beach information downtown

 

Cannon Beach History Center and Museum, N. Oregon Coast - News and Updates

Cannon Beach Attraction: Haystack Awareness Program: N. Oregon Coast Schedule About the Haystack Awareness Program; tide pools, science

 

For a Complete Guide to Cannon Beach, Oregon - click here A detailed guide to all beach accesses, natural attractions

Cannon Beach Lodging, Vacation Rentals, Motels, Hotels in Cannon Beach

Cannon Beach Dining, Restaurant Guide


Cannon Beach Vacation Rentals. 80 vacation homes to choose from, all in Cannon Beach or Arch Cape. Massive, grandiose homes with historic character to brand new; even condos near beach. All oceanfront or very close. Sleep as many as 12. Highlights include garden areas, clawfoot tub, hot tubs, decks, a solarium and maybe even an electric organ. Some homes are in a condo complex w/ swimming pool. 45 are pet friendly. 164 Sunset. Cannon Beach, Oregon. 503-436-0940. 866-436-0940. www.visitcb.com
Tolovana Inn. Spacious oceanfront and ocean view suites, complete w/ full kitchen, cozy fireplace, private balcony, cable television, DVD players and complimentary wireless connectivity. Saltwater indoor pool uses a Saline System rather than a chlorination process. You’ll want to try our fitness center, relax in the Jacuzzi spa and saunas or truly pamper yourself with Tolovana Inn’s on-site masseuse. Tolovana Inn offers pet-friendly units and is a member of the “Green” Hotel Association. 800-333-8890.  3400 S. Hemlock Street Cannon Beach, Oregon. www.TolovanaInn.com
Fultano's Pizza Cannon Beach. Gourmet Italian and a Family Price. Delivers to hotels; slices for lunch. Find all the regular pizza favorites as well as gourmet varities, including seafood, linguica, teriyacki chicken and even a sauce made of mashed grapes. Amazing homemade soups. Pasta dishes out of this world, with now-famous recipe, stellar meatballs. Homemade lasagna. All affordable in family-friendly atmosphere that is also romantic. N. Hemlock and Second Street. www.CBfultanos.com (503) 436-9717.
The Wayside Inn. Ocean view hotel at the south end of Cannon Beach. Rooms and suites, gas fireplaces, small kitchens (many with ovens), flat screen TVs, complimentary Wi-fi, and decks. Heated indoor pool, or soak in the spa. The inn has many dog friendly rooms, and each dog receives a special dog basket to use during their stay. An ideal location close to downtown. All rooms non-smoking. 3339 S. Hemlock Street, Cannon Beach, Oregon, 888-659-6397. www.thewayside-inn.com
Stephanie Inn. Awe-inspiring ocean views, casual elegance and sophistication. Suites, guest rooms stylishly furnished: warm fireplaces, Jacuzzis. Some come w/ wet bar, balcony or patio, steam shower. Each unit has luxury furnishings, flat-screen TV, DVD players and wi-fi. The décor highlighted by natural woods, hand tiled baths and custom lit vanities. Complimentary breakfast. No pets; children over 12 welcome. Separate building w/ extra measure of privacy, four large suites. 2740 South Pacific. Cannon Beach, Oregon. 1-800-633-3466. www.stephanie-inn.com/
Stephanie Inn Dining Room. Four-star restaurant inside hotel. Soaring wood ceiling accentuated by a chandelier, w/ historic atmosphere. Seating times and days change seasonally and reservations are required. $59 per person for a masterful four-course prix fixe dinner in an innovative Northwest cuisine style, featuring fresh, seasonal and local ingredients. Their wine list has numerous awards from Wine Spectator Magazine. The menu changes nightly. Sample menu: Tomato Basil Soup with gorgonzola cream; Seared Beef Tenderloin with Duchess potatoes, grilled onions and peppercorn reduction sauce. 2740 South Pacific. Cannon Beach (five mins drive from Seaside, Oregon). 800-633-3466. www.stephanieinn.com
Surfsand Resort. Mere steps from Haystack Rock, dramatic views. Full-service upscale contemporary hotel: indoor swimming pool, iPod docks, deep soaking tubs, beachfront deck, seasonal cabana service, DVD library, gas fireplaces. Child friendly, some pet friendly. Also onsite: hot tub, massage rooms, comprehensive fitness center w/ 2 Finnish saunas. Two-bedroom suites to sizable studios. Oceanfront balconies, patios available. Microwaves, two showerheads, Room service. Expansive wedding, meeting facilities. 148 West Gower. Cannon Beach, Oregon. 800-547-6100.  www.surfsand.com
Oregon Beach Vacations. Well over 100 homes available as vacation rentals – all quite distinctive and carefully selected to be special. Find them all over the north coast and central coast, through the new Cannon Beach office. Also in Yachats, Waldport, Newport, Nye Beach, Otter Rock, Depoe Bay, Gleneden Beach, Lincoln Beach, Lincoln City, Neskowin, Pacific City, Tierra Del Mar and Rockaway Beach, Seaside and more. Offices in Lincoln City and Cannon Beach. 1-800-723-2383. www.oregonbeachvacations.com
The Wayfarer Restaurant and Lounge. Legendary upscale classic, ocean view. Breakfast $6 to $15 range. Lunch: appetizers; large sandwiches include meats, seafoods and burger around $13. Tacos, filet and fries, wild forest mushroom and cheese ravioli. Dinner includes potato crusted halibut cranberry and brown butter sauce, a cedar planked honey mustard salmon, steamer clams - $25 to $30. Filet mignon, steaks, wild mushroom chicken. 1190 Pacific Drive. Cannon Beach (five mins drive from Seaside, Oregon). 503-436-1108. www.wayfarer-restaurant.com/
Beachcomber Vacation Homes, Cannon Beach. Numerous vacation rentals in the Cannon Beach area, including Falcon Cove and Arch Cape. All homes have full kitchens, most with wi-fi, TV's, washer/dryer, and some are oceanfront and/or pet friendly. Depending on the home, you may find barbecue, claw foot tub, a ship's ladder, views of the estuary at Cannon Beach, granite counters, vaulted ceilings, skylights, and even a solarium. Some homes sleep as many as eight. 115 Sunset Blvd. Cannon Beach (6 miles from Seaside,, Oregon). 855-219-4758. 503-436-4500. Website


On the Seaside Promenade, in Seaside

 

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A cuddly pet- and family-friendly beauty that boasts a host of complimentary fun stuff like beach games, beach chairs and bikes for carousing around town on, among other things. Immaculate rooms - great sense of fun and quirkiness. Free wi-fi. There are also free movies. Small pet fee.

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Wandering Cannon Beach, Oregon: Indian Beach and Its Crevices Some may know this Oregon coast hotspot as where two famous movies were filmed: Goonies and the first Twilight flick

Fun and Odd Coastal Science: Phenomenon of Ocean Burps - Cannon Beach Virtual Tour, Nature Tips Beachcombers will spot a brownish mass of wood and grassy matter from afar, but up close is a small treasure chest of natural oddities

Recent Pleasures of Cannon Beach, Oregon: Wowing Photos That last run of summer that brought tons of warm weather deep into October carried with it some extraordinary sights around Cannon Beach

Arresting Views of Indian Beach, Ecola, at Cannon Beach - Cannon Beach's Ecola State Park and its Indian Beach are a major attraction for the Oregon coast, with bundles of hiking, surfing and beachcombing all around you. Even its history stretches back to some events that were a game-changer for the entire United States some 200 years ago.

Astounding Sights and Sounds Between Cannon Beach and Manzanita For those intrepid explorers of the Oregon coast it's a goldmine of fantastic sights and discoveries. Just s. of Cannon Beach: It's one of those hidden spots the locals really don't like to talk about, and for a variety of good reasons. It's actually a fairly dangerous Oregon coast beach to wander about half the time, not to mention it's essentially a neighborhood with no real parking to cater to visitors.

What a Difference Seasons Make on Oregon Coast Hug Point, on the north Oregon coast – just south of Cannon Beach – could well be the poster child for Oregon coast geologic oddities. It also tends to show off just how dramatically that beaches can change over the course of the year, when sand levels rise and fall.

2011 on the Oregon Coast: Year's Most Stunning Photos from Cannon Beach, Arch Cape More than usual seemed to take place in the Cannon Beach and Arch Cape area over the year, certainly in the natural world, when it came to the wacky sand levels much of the coast encountered over the summer. Not all the wild stuff happened on the beach itself, however. One of the biggest reactions any photo received this last year was of the thick sea of stars above Ecola State Park and above the actual ocean.

Like Day and Night on Oregon Coast: Shades of Cannon Beach It's amazing the different faces sported by the north Oregon coast destination spot of Cannon Beach. From season to season, the same beach will look drastically different. Sand levels rise and fall, things wash up that weren't there before, and sometimes something familiar is even taken away. At other times, however, if you really want a visual shocker, check out the differences between night and day. A spectacular case in point can be found at Ecola State Park, a major photographic hotspot for a century, and a stopping point for the famed Lewis & Clark expedition 100 years before that. Above, at the end of the day, the place glows in a variety of shades of reds and violets, accentuated by that landmark tree.

Oregon Coast Dining Moment: Fultano's in Cannon Beach This Fultano's is part of a small chain in Oregon of the same name, but this one is rather individualistic in its approach

Oregon Coast Hotspot Near Cannon Beach Has a Different Face Arcadia State Park sits a bit between the famed village and the tinier town of Arch Cape

Nocturnal Oregon Coast: Exploring Another Side to Cannon Beach Startling sights take shape at night around this north Oregon coast icon of a little town

A Look at the Crazy Things Oregon Coast Sand Levels Can Do It happens every year, without fail, but with varying intensity. Each winter storm season, Oregon coast beaches get scoured of sand by all that wave action, and sand levels drop. Then, as storm season passes and the waves and weather mellow out, this dynamic brings in more sand to the beaches, replenishing them. Some of the fascinating changes happen around Cannon Beach.

 

 

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