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5 Pro Tips for Better Hiking this Spring

After experiencing some sunny weather on the Oregon Coast at last, it probably has you ready to break out your hiking boots, grab a water bottle and hit the trails for a chance to breathe in that fresh coastal air and witness the wonders of spring up close and...

The Happiest Place in Town on a Saturday Morning

For the last nine years, any kid under 12 knows exactly where to be on Saturdays in Rockaway Beach: The Little Crow. There is usually a line outside the door before Anne Savage even opens her shop at 11 a.m. – each child patiently waiting for their free Hot...
Couple strolling the beach, Rockaway Beach, Oregon

Create Memories this Mother’s Day

Are you looking for a way to let your mother know she is special, loved, and appreciated this weekend? Sometimes thinking outside the box is the perfect way to let her know just how special she is to you. So why not bring her to Rockaway Beach for a fun weekend...
Emily G. Reed Shipwreck

Rockaway Beach’s Titanic: The Emily G Reed

After a tumultuous winter, one of Rockaway Beach’s oldest and rarely-seen residents decided to make herself known for the first time in nearly a decade. The remnants of the Emily G. Reed, a 215-foot sailing vessel that ran aground 109 years ago was made visible nearly...

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