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Access to South Beach Oregon State Campground - Photo taken of Beach Area
West of highway. Facilities: Camp sites, 228 electrical (maximum site 60 feet); 27 yurts; group tent (3 areas); hiker/biker camp. Wi-Fi access. - Beach access - Walking trail - Hiking trail - Bicycle trail- Dunes - Nature/Visitor center - Interpretive store - Showers - Playgrounds - Dump station
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Starting point of this section begins at Oregon's South Beach Oregon State Park Campground ,
NOTE: For highway travel south via Oregon Highway #101 'The Pacific Coast highway. - See Milebymile.com - Highway Travel Guide California/Oregon State Line to Newport, OR. for highway directions.

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Welcome to the City Of Newport, OR
Newport, OR; was incorporated in 1882 - Attractions in and around Newport, OR: Oregon Coast Aquarium ,Newport. Creatures of the Night at the Aquarium, Newport's elaborate annual Halloween Party - Oyster Newport's Cloyster Festival - Yaquina Bay Yacht Club Regatta - Oregon Coast History Center - Burrows House Museum - The Newport Performing Arts Center - Historic Nye Beach District of Newport -
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Access to The Oregon Coast Aquarium
East of Highway The Aquarium has 500 species of animals in stunning indoor and outdoor exhibits, with undersea adventures featuring sharks, rays and other creatures of the ocean. The science center offers informative displays and intriguing marine creatures.
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Access to OSU Hatfield Marine Science Center, OR
East side of highway. The Visitor Center encourages adults and children to enjoy marine science.
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Photo View from highway - 416
Crossing Yaquina Bridge and Yaquina Bay, OR
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Photo view from highway - 417
Looking east from Yaquina Bridge.
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Visitor Information Center
East side of highway. Local and Oregon information.
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Junction of US Highway #20
East to communities of Toledo, OR, Chitwood, OR, Eddyville, OR, Burntwoods, OR, Corvallis, OR.
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Access to Newport's Visual Arts Center West access to Nye Beach, OR; Historic Beach District
Facilities at Nye Beach. Public parking, restrooms, picnic tables and a foot-wash area from the beach.
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Nye Beach, Public Beach access
Photo taken from Nye Beach; looking at the beach and Yaquina Historic Lighthouse in the distance.
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25Th Street Access to Agate Beach Oregon State Recreation Area
Agate Beach State Recreation Site Facilities: Picnicking - Fishing - Beach access - Restrooms. - Photo looking at Agate Beach, OR
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Lighthouse Drive West side of highway - East side NE 52 ST.
West access to Yaquina Bay Oregon State Park Recreation Site - Yaquina Bay Historic Lighthouse - Yaquina Bay Natural Area.
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Access to Yaquina Bay Oregon State Park Recreation Site
East of highway. - Yaquina Bay Historic Lighthouse was built in 1871 . The lighthouse was used as a Coast Guard Lifeboat Station earlier and has been restored and open to the public. - Facilities Picnic area, beach access, walking trail, historic buildings Lighthouses Interpretation tours, Interpretive signs, restrooms
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Photo taken from atop of Yaquina Bay Historic Lighthouse
The lighthouse is believed to be the oldest structure in Newport, OR.
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Photo taken from Yaquina Bay Lighthouse
Looking down at the beach access trail.
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Access to Moolack Beach, OR
The Beach is almost 8 km (5 mi) in length with the south end at Yaquina Head. Photo looking south at Moolack Beach from Yaquina Head Lighthouse. There are rooted stumps visible here, likely belonging to trees over 4,000 years ago. THere are several of these stumps visible at Moolack Beach.
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Photo view from highway - 420
Driving north. NOTE: There are two roadside turnouts with views in the next mile. They are on the west side of highway with no services.
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Access to Beverly Beach Oregon State Park Campground
East side of highway. - Beverly Beach has long expanses of sandy beach which extends from Yaquina Head Lighthouse, which you can see, Facilities: 53 full hookup; 75 electrical; sites; 128 tent sites; 21 yurts; showers; dump station; fishing; beach access; walking trail; nature programs. 21 yurts.
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Access to Community of Otter Rock, OR. & Devil's Punch Bowl Oregon State Natural Area
Water from winter storms slam with a roar into a rock formation shaped like a huge punch bowl. The surf, foams, churns and swirls as if mixing a potent brew.
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Photo view from highway - 422
Driving north
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Roadside highway turnout - Otter Crest Oregon State Scenic Viewpoint
This viewpoint is 500' above the ocean, offers a good view of the Devil's Punchbowl. Paved turnout.
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Roadside highway turnout - Cape Foulweather Oregon State Wayside View Point
West side of highway with information sign, no other services; this viewpoint is one of the highest points on the Oregon coast.
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Roadside highway turnout - Rocky Creek Oregon State Scenic View Point
West side of highway. Facilities Picnic tables toilets. There is no fee to use this park.
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Community of Depoe Bay, OR. - Photo view from highway
The highway sign says 'The worlds smallest harbour'. Photo looking at Depoe Bay. Depoe Bay, OR; has a resident pod of grey whales that makes its home here, 10 months out of the year.
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Roadside highway turnout - Boiler Bay Oregon State Wayside View Point
West side of highway. From this viewpoint travellers can see migrating and resident gray whales. Facilities: Picnic area, trail to beach and tide pools
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Roadside highway turnout - West side of highway
Long paved turnout. For the next few miles there are numerous tunouts with viewpoints of the ocean.
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Fogarty Creek OregonState Recreation Area
West of highway. Faclities: Covered picnic tables, hiking trail with wooden footbridges, beach access to great tidepooling areas, parking area. There is no fee to use this park.
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Point of Information
Crossing Fogarty Creek, OR
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Community of Lincoln Beach, OR
Attractions: fishing, surfing, beachcombing, whale watching.
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Gleneden Beach Oregon State Recreation Site
West side of highway: Facilities: Picnic tables, short paved trail from the parking and picnic area gives access to the sandy beach area.
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Highway access to the Airport
East side of highway.
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Community of Gleneden, OR.
Attractions: annual kite festivals,
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Entering Siletz Bay Wildlife Natural Area, OR
Established in 1991 to return the salt marsh to its natural state.
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Point of Information - Crossing the Siletz, River, OR.
Photo looking at the Siletz, River, OR. The Siletz River is approximately 70 mi (113 km) long. The Siletz River has some of the best steelhead fishing found on the Oregon Coast.
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Junction of Highway #229
Access to communities of Kernville, OR; Siletz, OR; Toledo, OR.
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Piont of Information -
Crossing Drift Creek, OR.
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South Drift Creek Road
Access to Siuslaw National Forest, Drift Creek Falls Trail # 1378 - Length: 1.5 miles - Elevation: Trailhead - 911 feet, At the bridge, 630 feet, River's edge - 532 feet. Trail Description: view a 75 foot waterfall from a 240 foot suspension bridge that is 100 feet above the creek.
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Community of Lincoln City, OR. - Photo Lincoln City Highway Welcome sign
Attractions in and around Lincoln City, OR: North Lincoln County Historical Museum - Lincoln City Cultural Center - Lincoln City Oktoberfest -Drift Creek Bridge, OR - The Connie Hansen Garden.
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Crossing Schooner Creek, OR
Access to Public Parking and Schooner Creek. West side of highway.
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Photo view from highway - 428
Photo Lincoln City business area.
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Access toThe North Lincoln County Historical Museum
West side of highway. The Museum provides interpretation of North Lincoln County History.
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East Devils Lake Road - Access to Devil's Lake Oregon State Recreation Area Campground
East of highway. Facilities: 28 full hookup with cable, 5 electric with cable, 54 tent (maximum site 62 feet); 10 yurts; hiker-biker camp. - Showers - picnic area - fishing - boat launch.
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Access to Visitor Information Center - access to Road's End State Recreation Site
East side of highway, local and Oregon State information. Road's End Oregon State Recreation Site Facilities: picnic tables, A short path descends to the beach. There is no fee to use this park.
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Roadside highway turnout - D River Oregon State Recreation Site
D River is the shortest river in the world,it flows a mere 120 feet from Devils Lake, OR. into the ocean. Photo taken from D River Oregon State Recreation Site, looking at the D River at low tide. Facilities: Fishing - Beach access - Interpretive signs - Restrooms.
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Photo taken from D River Oregon State Recreation Site
The D River State Recreation site is where two of the world's largest kite festivals are held.
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Point of Information --
Crossing the 45th Parallel.
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Junction of Highway #18
East access to communities of Otis, OR, Roase Lodge, OR, Grand Ronde, OR, Willamina, OR, Sheridan, OR
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Point of information -
Crossing the Salmon River, OR.
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Point of Information - Entering Tillamook, County, OR.
Southern boundary. The name Tillamook comes The indian name Killamook.
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Photo - 431
View from highway.
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Siuslaw National Forest
Northern boundary.
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Point of Information - Crossing Neskowin Creek, OR
Catch and Release fishing.
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Roadside highway turnouts - both sides of the highway
For the next 2 1/2 miles there are roadside turnouts on both sides of the highway, with west side turnouts having viewing points.
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Community of Neskowin, OR.
Access to Neskowin Beach Oregon State Recreation Site. Facilities: Beach access, the Cascade Head Hiking Trail which skirts Neskowin. There is no fee to use this park.
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Point of Information - Crossing the Little Nestucca River, OR.
Access to boat launching site. The Little Nestucca River is a river, is approximately 20 mi (32 km) long. The Little Nestucca River joins the Oregon, Nestucca River just before it flows into the Pacific Ocean. Photo looking east.
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Junction of Brooten Road - Old Highway #101 - East of highway
This is the old Highway 101. This is called the Three Capes Scenic Route, biker/cyclists groups are recommending this route. This roadway loops back to highway 101
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Junction of Brooten Road - Old Highway #101 - Three Capes Scenic Route
West access to communities of Pacific City, OR; Sandlake, OR, Netarts, OR. Access to Cape Kiwanda State Day Park. Facilities: parking, toilets, picnic tables, beach access great hang gliding and kite flying area. Photo taken from Kiwanda State Day Park beach area.
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Photo view from highway - 436
Driving north.
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Community of Cloverdale, OR.
Southern limits. Photo Looking at Cloverdale. Access to Visitor Information Center.
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Community of Hebo, OR.
The population of the Hebo was 231 at the 2000 census.
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Junction of Highway #22 - Photo View from highway
west to communities of Willamina, OR; Salem, OR.
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Point of Information - Crossing the Nestucca River, OR
The Nestucca River is approximately 50 miles (80 km) long.
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Community of Beaver, OR
Beaver post office was established in 1889.
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Point of Information
Crossing West Creek, OR
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Point of Information
Crossing Beaver Creek, OR.
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View from highway - 444
Driving north.
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Point of Information
Crossing West Beaver Creek, OR.
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Sandlake Road - Access to Three Capes Scenic Byway - Photo taken from Cape Lookout State Park
Access to communities of Sandlake, OR; Pacific City. Access to The Clay Myers State Natural Area at Whalen Island. Facilities: Hiking trail, Wildlife watching - Bird watching - Fishing. Access to Cape Lookout Oregon State Park Campground. Facilities: 38 full hookup, 1 electric, 173 tent (maximum site 60 feet); 13 yurts; group tent (2 areas); hiker/biker camp.
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Photo view from highway - 446
This is cow country, for all that great cheese that is made in this area.
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Truck weigh scales
East side of highway.
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Munson Creek Road - Access to Munson Creek Falls State Natural Site
East access to Community of Pleasant Valley, OR. - Munson Creek Falls, cascades 319', it is the tallest waterfall in the Coast Range. Other features of the park are ancient western red cedar and Sitka spruce, trees, one of the Spruce trees is the world's second-tallest spruce; 260' tall and 8' in diameter. Park facilities: Picnic tables, Walking trail. There is no fee to use this park. NOTE: There is no restrooms or water at this park, the road is narrow with no turn-around for RVs.
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Roadside highway turnout Oregon State Rest Area
West side of the highway. Facilities: Large picnic area, toilets.
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Point of information
Crossing Anderson Creek, OR.
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Long Prairie Road - Access to Tillamook Air Museum, OR.
Tillamook Air Museum has been described as one of the top private World War II aircraft collections. The museum is housed in a former military blimp hangar, which is the largest clear-span wooden structure in the world. Photo view from highway
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Point of Information - Crossing the Traske River, OR.
The Trask River is a river, approximately 12 mi (19 km) long where one can fish for Steelhead and Chinook salmon.
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Community of Tillamook, OR. - Photo welcome to Tillamook highway sign
Attractions in and around Tillamook, OR: Tillamook Cheese Visitor Center - Blue Heron French Cheese Company - Tillamook Forest Center - Tillamook Co. Pioneer Museum - Tillamook Naval Air Museum - Latimer Quilt and Textile Center - The Garibaldi Museum , maritime History - Pig-n-Ford Races
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Junction of Highway #6 Access to Three Capes Scenic Drive Route
This scenic drive follows a 40 mile route from its northern end and loops south, back to Highway 101. This route is used by cyclists/bikers and is a biker friendly route 'Please respect these folks' - Cyclists should use rear LED flashing lights as a safety measure.
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Junction of Highway #6 Access to Three Capes Scenic Drive Route
Access to Cape Lookout Oregon State Park Campground: A popular campground and day-use area. Facilities: Camping Sites; 38 full hookup, 1 electric, 173 tent (maximum site 60 feet); 13 yurts; group tent (2 areas); hiker/biker camp; Showers; Dump station; Interpretive events; Walking trail; Hiking trail. Photo taken from Cape Lookout Oregon State Park.
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Access to The Blue Heron Cheese Factory. OR - Photo view from highway
East side of highway. The Blue Heron French Cheese Company is known for their famous Brie Cheese. There is a petting farm for the children here.
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Access to The Tillamook Cheese Factory - Photo view from highway
East side of highway. Every year, 78,000,000 pounds of cheese with Tillamook label are delivered throughout the world. There is a Tillamook Cheese Visitor Center on location.
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Crossing the Kilchis River, OR
The Kilchis River is approximately 15 mi (24 km) long. The Kilchis River has excellent runs of salmon and steelhead.
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Point of Information - Crossing the Kilchis, River, OR.
The Kilchis River is a river, approximately 15 mi (24 km) long. The Kilchis River, OR; has runs of salmon and steelhead.
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Community of Bay City, OR
Southern limits. access to Al Griffin Memorial Park campground, located at the corner of 4th & Trade Street Bay City. Facilities: 12 camp sites, 4 R.V. sites with water, sewer and electric, 8 Tent sites, No shower facilities.
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Access to Downtown Bay City, OR
Photo, Bay City highway marker sign
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Photo view from highway - 459
Looking north across Tillamook Bay, at the community of Garibaldi, OR.
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Point of Information - Crossing the Miami River, OR.

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Community of Garibaldi, OR.
The population was 895 in 2007. Photo Looking north at the community of Garabaldi, OR; photo taken 2 miles south on highway 101, looking north.
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Access to Garibaldi Museum, OR
East side of highway. The museum displays the 18th century sailing world also history of the City of Garibaldi, displaying pictures and artifacts from the turn of the century.
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Community of Barview, OR. - Photo looking at Barview Jetty, OR
Access to Barview Jetty County Park Campground. Facilities: Barview Jetty County Park offers 249 sites, 69 with full hookups, 224 tent stes. Park includes restrooms, showers, dump station, beach access and public phone. Open year round,
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Photo view from highway - 464
Looking at a covered bridge overpass.
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Community of Twin Rock, OR.
Southern limits.
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Community of Rockaway Beach, OR.
Photo taken from Rockaway Beach, OR. Attractions: - The Heisler Steam excursion train - Annual Kite Festival - The Rockaway Beach Arts & Crafts Fair.
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Photo view from highway - 466
Entering Community of Rockaway Beach, OR. Visitor Information 1/4 mile ahead.
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Access to Rockaway Beach Community Beach Wayside
West of highway - Photo taken from Wayside.
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Point of Interest - Lytle Lake, OR.
Photo looking east at Lytle Lake.
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Manhattan Beach Oregon State Recreation Site
West side of highway. Facilities; picnic tables, toilets, fishing, Beach access. There is no fee to use this park. Photo taken from Manhattan Beach State Park.
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Point of Information -
Crossing Jetty Creek, OR.
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Roadside highway turnouts
There are 3 roadside turnouts in the 2.5 miles, north, all three are on the east side of the highway.
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Photo view from highway - 469
Looking west at the communities Jetty, across the water.
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Community of Wheeler, OR. - Photo Wheeler's highway welcome sign
The Village of Wheeler,OR. started in the early 1900's with the completion of a rail link to the navigable waters of Nehalem Bay, OR.
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Community of Wheeler, OR.
Photo view from highway. - Wheeler's business area.
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Community of Wheeler, OR.
Attractions in and around Wheeler, OR. - Jetty Fishery Crab Derby - Wheeler Crab Fest - Bluegrass at the Beach - Wheeler Salmon Festival - Ekahni Gallery - Gypsy Fire Art and Mercantile. Access to Visitor Information Center
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Junction of Highway #53 - Community od Mohler, OR
East access to Community Mohler, OR. - Photo view from highway.
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Access to Boat Launch Site
Access to the Nehalem River, OR.
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Crossing the Nehalem River, OR.
Photo view from highway, looking at the community of Nehalem, OR. The Nehalem River is approximately 115 mi (180 km) long. The Nehalem River is a major Oregon steelhead and salmon fishery.
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Community of Nehalem, OR - Photo Nehalem - Highway welcome sign
Nehalem was founded in 1899
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Community of Nehalem, OR - Photo Nehalem business area
Attractions in Nehalem, OR: - Nehalem Antique Mall - Pete's Antiques - Robin's Reliques - Three Village Gallery.
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Access to Nehalem Bay Oregon State Park Campground Photo taken from the parks beach access
West of highway. Services fuel at highway gas, diesel. Nehalem Bay State Park Campground facilities: 265 electrical sites (maximum site 60 feet); 18 yurts; horse camp (17 sites with corrals); hiker/biker camp; There is also a fly-in camp adjacent to airstrip. Showers; - Beach access - Horse trail - Hiking trail - Bicycle trail Beach access. Interpretation Evening programs
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Nehalem Bay Oregon State Park Campground - Photo taken from the beach area
The sand stretches for miles along this beach.
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Community of Manzanita, OR
West of highway. Manzanita's name means 'little apple' in Spanish.
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Access to Neahkahnie Beach, OR.
Photo taken from Neahkahnie Beach.
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Photo view from highway - 477
Driving north,
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Roadside Highway Turnouts
For the next 2.3 miles there are a at least 8 turnouts some on the east side and View points on the west side.
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Oswald West Oregon State Park - NOTE: This park campground is closed for environmental assessment
West of highway Facilities: Picnic Tables - Wildlife watching - Fishing Beach access - Hiking trail - Restrooms.
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Photo view from highway - 478
Driving north.
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Roadside highway turnouts
There are 5 roadside turnouts in the next 1 1/2 miles on both sides of the highway.
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Point of information - Clatsop County Line, OR.
Southern boundary. Leaving Tillamook County, OR; northern boundary.
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Roadside highway turnouts
There are 3 highway turnouts in the next mile.
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Photo view from highway - 480
NOTE: The tunnel has flashing lights. Cyclists activate the lights when they are inside the tunnels. Remember this is a cyclist/biker friendly highway -- slow down.
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Photo view from highway - 481
Slow down when entering this tunnel.
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Community of Arch Cape, OR.
Attractions - Hug Point Oregon State Recreation Site.
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Access to Hug Point State Recreation Site - Day Park
West of highway. Hug Point State Park Facilities: Picnic Tables - Fishing - Beach access - Restrooms. There is no fee to use this day park
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Access to Arcadia Beach Oregon State Recreation Site - Day Park
Arcadia Beach State Park Facilities: Picnic Tables - Fishing - Beach access - Open Year-round. There is no fee to use this park. Photo taken from Arcadia Beach, OR.
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Roadside Highway Turnouts
There are 3 turnouts ahead 1/2 mile some with viewing points and information signs.
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Community of Tolovana Park, OR
Access to Tolovana Beach Oregon State Recreation Site, west of highway. Facilities: Picnic tables - Toilets - Fishing - Beach access. Large paved parking area
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Tolovana Beach Oregon State Recreation Site
Photo taken from Tolovana Beach Wayside. Looking at Cannon Beach, OR
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Community of Cannon Beach OR.
Access to Cannon Beach beaches, west of highway. The Cannon Beach Chamber of Commerce has a visitor information center at 2nd and Spruce Streets downtown area. Attractions at Cannon Beach: Sandcastle Day - Stormy Weather Arts Festival - Haystack Holidays - Cannon Beach History Center. Photo taken from beach area looking at Haystack Rock. Haystack Rock is 235-feet (72-meter) high. The third-tallest type of this kind of structure in the world. Haystack Rock was formed by lava flows. The area around Haystack Rock is a Marine Protected area
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Ecola Oregon State Day Park
Ecola State Park facilities: Group shelter - Fishing - Beach access - Hiking trail - Restrooms. Access to the Clatsop Loop hiking Trail, a new interpretive trail where you can walk in the footsteps of Capt. Clark and his men. - There is a $3 day-use fee for this State park.
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Roadside highway turnouts ahead
There are roadside turnouts ahead for the next 3 miles.
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Junction of highway #26 - Photo view from highway
East access to Necanicum Junction, OR; North Plains, OR; Portland, OR. East access to Saddle Mountain State Natural Area. Facilities: Camping, primitive - Picnicking Hiking trail - Forest Rock formations - Restrooms. NOTE: Highway #26 overlaps Highway #101 at this point north.
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Community of Seaside, OR.
Seaside is designated as a National Landmark Historical site In 1806 a group of men from the Lewis and Clark Expedition built a salt-making cairn at the present site of Seaside. Attractions: Seaside's; Promanade, along the Pacific beach - Statue of Lewis and Clark and a reconstructed camp site - Seaside Museum & Historical Society - Nike Hood To Coast Relay.
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Access to Seaside business area
Access to Seaside's Visitor Information Center.
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Access to Police Station
West side of highway.
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Broadway Ave - Seaside, OR.
Access to Beaches, west of highway and Visiter Information Center, east side of highway
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Community of Gearhart, OR
Founded 1848. Attractions in Gearhart: The Gearhart Beach - Gearhart, Necanicum Estuary.
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Airport Road
Access to the Airport.
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Access to Del Rey Oregon State Recreational Area
West side of highway. Facilities: :Parking area, access to beach, no other facilities. There is no fee to use this park.
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Truck Weigh Station
East side of highway.
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East access to Cullaby Lake & Carnahan County Paks
Access to Clatsop County Carnahan County Day Park Park. Facilities: Public lake access, picnic shelters, play areas, barbecue pits, fishing, boat launch, horseshoe pits, swimming, volleyball pit, and flush restroom.
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Access to Sunset Beach Oregon State Recreation Site
Sunset Beach, with access to the west trailhead of the historic Fort-to-Sea Trail. This 6.5 mile trail route, recreates the experience Lewis and Clark and the Corps of Discovery encountered as they traveled between Fort Clatsop and the Pacific Ocean during the famous winter of 1805-6. Sunset Beach Day Park Facilities: Beach access - Walking trail- Hiking trail - toilets. There is no fee to use this park.
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West access to Camp Rilea Military Reservation, OR.
Camp Rilea, campgrounds has 10 RV sites with full hookups (withcable) The sites are located in a paved parking lot. There are no picnic tables or fire rings but there are showers and a dumpster nearby.
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Junction of Highway #104 - Access to the Community of Warrenton, OR.
Attractions in and around Warrenton: Fort Clatsop National Memorial Site - Lighthouse Park Interpreative Centre - Fort Stevens - Fort Stevens Military Museum - Camp Rilea Military Reservation. NOTE: For highway travel north via Highway #104 See - Milebymile.com Road Map Highway Travel Guide: Junction of Highway #101 to Fort Stevens State Park, for driving directions.
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Access to Fort Clatsop National Park
East of highway
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S. E. Marlin Road - Warrenton, OR
Access to community of Warrenton, OR. East access to Lewis and Clark Fort Clatsop Memorial National Site. West access to US Coast Guard air Station
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Access to community of Warrenton, OR
West access to Fort Stevens Oregon State Park, Campground. Facilities: 174 full hookup, 302 electrical, 19 tent (maximum site 50 feet); 15 yurts; hiker/biker camping. - Showers - Dump station - Playgrounds - Picnicking - Beach access - Hiking trail - Bicycle trail - Interpretive events - Historic buildings - Historic sites - Historic trails - Museums - Nature/Visitor center. The original Fort Stevens was constructed during the Civil War. Visitors can view its history at the Museum and explore abandoned gun batteries.
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Photo View from Highway - 485
Looking north at the Columbia Bay River, OR.The Columbia River system stretches from the province of British Columbia through the U.S. state of Washington, and Oregon before emptying into the Pacific Ocean. The river is 1,243 miles (2,000 km) long.
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Photo view from highway - 489
Looking east at the Astoria Bridge, OR.
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Photo view from highway - 490
Welcom to the city of Astoria, OR. Attractions in and around Astoria: - Astoria Column Fort Stevens State Park Astoria-Megler Bridge - Columbia River Maritime Museum - Flavel House Museum - Fort Clatsop National Memorial - Astoria Riverfront Trolley - Astoria Sunday Market.
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Junction of highway #30 - City of Astoria, OR
Photo view from highway. NOTE For Highway travel east via US Highway #30 - See Road Map Highway Travel Guide - City of Portland, OR to city of Astoria, OR for driving directions.

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Crossing the The Astoria-Megler Bridge - Photo view from highway
Crossing the Columbia River.
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Photo view from highway - 495
Crossing the Washington/Oregon State Line, via The Astoria-Megler Bridge, OR.
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Junction of Washington State Highway #101 and State Highway #401
Start/Finish of Highway Travel Guide. - Note: For highway travel north via Washington US Highway #101 - The Pacific Coast Highway see - Milebymile Highway Guide - Oregon State Line to city of Aberdeen, WA for driving directions.

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Photos of interest around the City of Astoria Oregon
Photo looking at the Astoria Column, built in 1926, it is 125 feet high and has 164 steps winding to the top. Editor's Note: This is one of Astoria's main attractions, a great vantage point to view the area around the city. The Astoria Column, commemorates the discovery and migration westward.
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Photos of interest around the City of Astoria Oregon
Looking south at the Youngs River, OR - Photo taken from the Astoria Column, area.
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Photos of interest around the City of Astoria Oregon - Photo taken from the Astoria Column area
Looking at The Astoria-Megler Bridge in the distance.