Seven Wonders of Oregon | The Coast

The Oregon Coast consists of almost a mile for every day of the year, and it is all open freely to the public. Oregon’s Coast provides beautiful sunsets, hiking trails, surfing sports, scenic routes, wonderful wildlife, and so much more. Read more about what this wonder has to offer below.

Cape Kiwanda: Bring your kite, your hang glider, your surf board or just your camera to Cape Kiwanda in Pacific City. Part of the Three Capes Scenic Route, it’s worth the climb for the views from the top of the cape.
Lincoln City Skate Park: The same team that built the famed skate parks in Portland also made the impressive parks you’ll find on the central Oregon Coast.
Cape Blanco: On the Southern Oregon Coast, Cape Blanco holds bragging rights for being the westernmost point in the state. Stop for the view and to see Cape Blanco Lighthouse, or explore the trails that begin at Cape Blanco State Park.
Bandon Dunes: Bandon Dunes Golf Resort is home to some of the best public course in America as well as a working port, cranberry bogs and fishing.

 SRC: Read full description from Travel Oregon about this Wonder of Oregon.

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