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Strange Glowing Creatures Found on the Oregon Coast

There are strange things to be found when the tide pulls in, exposing the ocean's secrets. Pools of water collect in pockets of sand...
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Visit Fort Stevens State Park – One of the Nations Largest Public Campgrounds

Fort Stevens is one of Oregon's greatest treasures. Located just 20 minutes west of Astoria, where the Columbia River meets the Pacific, it's tailor...

The Best Things To Do In Gorgeous Gleneden Beach Oregon This Year

With warm weather on the horizon I can't think of a better way to spend a weekend than with a trip to the gorgeous...
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DMV to Close Multiple Offices For Summer in Oregon

Due to the fact the Dept. of Motor Vehicles (DMV) is facing worker shortages, and a statewide reorganization of offices, the Corvallis Gazette Times...

Crater Lake Named Oregon’s Most Beautiful Place – Simply Stunning

Crater Lake in Oregon draws thousands of visitors each year from around the world.  It's crystal clear deep blue waters make it an Oregon...

Free Beach Wheelchairs and Accessible Paths Now on Lincoln City Beaches

(Lincoln City) Lincoln City has done something amazing. They found a way to make their beaches accessible to individuals with limited mobility, using the...

Starting Today Permits Needed to Enter Columbia Gorge’s Waterfall Corridor

(Columbia River Gorge) -- If you're looking to visit Oregon's most popular waterfalls by car this summer, you're going to have to plan ahead,...
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Mass Reports of Orca Sightings on the Oregon Coast in May

(Oregon Coast) -- May 2022 is turning into every whale watcher's dream. Since late April, orca sightings on the Oregon coast have been sprouting...

More Glass Floats To Drop On Memorial Day In Lincoln City Oregon

Did you miss out on previous glass float drops in Lincoln City Oregon?  Finders Keepers is dropping more beautiful glass floats in Lincoln City...

This Oregon Coast Aerial Challenge Course Features a 40-foot Freefall

This strange wooden structure, resembling a cross between a giant birdhouse and a colossal baby mobile, is High Life Adventure Park’s Aerial Challenge Course,...
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