Little White Church Antiques

Little White Church Antiques

Don’t be fooled by the name; There’s nothing little about the Little White Church Antiques. Except for maybe the parking lot. A trip through Rockaway Beach is worth a stop at this charming store with both vintage and new items and more than a dozen vendors. With new...

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The “Daddy Train”

The “Daddy Train”

We aren’t kidding when we say that some things never change around here. The first passenger train came to Rockaway Beach in 1912, and you can still enjoy a train ride to our little beach town thanks to the Oregon Coast Scenic Railroad. Prior to the railroad being...

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The Orphan Tsumani

The Orphan Tsumani

A simulated tsunami reaches Japan ten hours after its start along the Pacific coast of North America. On the evening on January 26, 1700 a mysterious tsunami struck the villages and fields on the coast of Japan. After being “orphaned” for over 300 years, scientists...

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The Story Behind Glass Floats

The Story Behind Glass Floats

Glass floats, glass fishing floats, or Japanese glass fishing floats are popular collectors’ items. They were once used by fishermen in many parts of the world to keep their nets afloat. These glass floats are no longer being used by fishermen, but many of them are...

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Emily Reed Shipwreck

Emily Reed Shipwreck

Every now and then the sands on the beach shift just right, revealing a shipwreck more than 100 years old. Only a few feet beneath the sand are the last remaining pieces of a harrowing shipwreck that claimed the lives of eight crewmen. The Emily G. Reed, a 215-foot...

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Old Growth Cedar Wetlands Preserve

Old Growth Cedar Wetlands Preserve

By far Rockaway Beach’s largest resident is a mammoth Western Red Cedar. This rare treasure is 49 feet in circumference, making it among one of Oregon’s largest trees. It resides inside a 45-acre old growth Cedar wetlands preserve in the coastal forest behind Rockaway...

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Twin Rocks; Rockaway Beach, Oregon

Twin Rocks; Rockaway Beach, Oregon

Twin Rocks; Rockaway Beach, Oregon Wide enough to fly a helicopter through Originally called "Profile Rocks" this majestic structure was renamed in 1925 due to another Profile Rocks in the region. Millions of years of erosion (45 million to be a bit more...

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