Adventures await on the Oregon Coast! Being experts in the area, we have 5 great Oregon Coast spring break ideas. These tips of where to explore during your stay are favorites to both tourists and locals.
If you are planning a trip this spring break ...
Check out these 5 perfect spring break activities on the Oregon Coast your family will love
1. Oregon Coast Whale Watching
Whale watching is a must see when visiting in the Oregon Coast!
The wonderful aspect of whale watching on the Oregon Coast is that it is year-round! No matter what time you visit, you’ll be able to take a whale watching tour.
Through Spring, the gray whales migrate back from the Oregon Coast to Alaska. This migration of over 18,000 whales means there is much whale activity happening during March-June.
If you’re coming outside those months, don’t worry, over 200 whales typically stay off the Oregon Coast instead of migrating. So, no matter what time of the year you visit the Oregon Coast, its always a good time for whale watching.
2. Hug Point State Park
Do you love the outdoors and adventures? If you enjoy walks on the beach with a splash of adventure, be sure to visit Hug Point on your Oregon Coast spring break.
When tides are low, you can walk along the original stagecoach road.
The name of Hug Point comes from stagecoaches having to hug the cliff while traveling around it. Now, no longer a road, you can walk along the side of the cliff and explore the caves within.
3. Railriders Cycling
Have you heard of Railriders Cycling before? If you have not, check out this article we wrote about this not to be missed fun.
Railriders Cycling is a special mix of a bike and train, with incredible coastal views thrown in. Riders sit on a special, customized bike that run on a train track all to explore lots of land in little time.
When riding, you’ll be able to go through forests, above water ways and pass by various landmarks. This amazing experience is a must for any family looking for perfect spring break activities on the Oregon Coast.
The Northern Oregon Coast is home to wonderful kayaking opportunities. Whether you are a beginner, intermediate or expert, there is sure to be a great route for you.
The Oregon Coast is bays, rivers, and lakes that are ready to be kayaked year long. No matter what time you go, you’ll be able to sea various wildlife and vegetation that is native to Oregon. Be sure to check here to find out which route to take based on your experience level and interests.
If you’re looking for outdoor beauty, consider hiking on your next trip! There are many beautiful places to hike on the Northern Oregon Coast but we highly recommend Oswald West State Park.
The Oswald West State Park consists of 2,448 acres of forest and beach area. With various trail options, you can come hike for one day or multiple days to see all the park has to offer.
Visiting for Spring Break?
Are you planning an Oregon Coast spring break trip for your family? Consider a vacation rental on Manzanita Beach! The Houses On Manzanita Beach offer five sizes of vacation rentals in the Manzanita Oregon community that will allow for any size of group you might have. Even if you plan an extended-family getaway, our largest rental sleep up to 20.
All of our rental houses are within driving distance of all of the Oregon Coast spring break activities listed above – making for a great place to stay while planning a fun vacation. Check the availability now to book your spring break trip!
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