Seaside: In the News

Family Magazine: Vacation 101

April 15, 2012 | by Jon Rahl

Here’s an article from the April 2012 issue of Family: The Magazine for Military Families. This article, titled “Vacation 101” features the North Coast of Oregon, encourages families to “Roll on down the Oregon Coast for a family-friendly trip to remember, and it includes the coastal towns of Astoria, Seaside, Cannon Beach, and Tillamook.

Here is a PDF of the complete article.

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Postcards from the Past

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Top Things to Do With Young Kids

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Celebrating the Moms in Our Life

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Ben Holladay’s Seaside House

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I’ll See You at the Nat

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Coming Soon: Epic New Mountain Biking Trails

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Finding a Room in Seaside, Oregon

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Chasing Waterfalls

Waterfalls around Seaside, Oregon.

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Waving the Flag in the Early 1900s

Take a look at a vintage float from the early 1900s Seaside parade.

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Destinations Magazine: Great Escapes

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The Succulent Season

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Churches in Seaside

The buzz of summer is in the air as Seaside welcomes ever-increasing waves of visitors, happily sharing the beauty and bounty of our coastal getaway. As numbers increase on sidewalks, in shops, on roads and in restaurants, our local houses of worship also expand. Some folks desire a peaceful respite during a busy vacation; brides anxiously check out venues for future nuptials; history buffs enjoy the areas older churches; and some just enjoy connecting and worshiping with others of like-minded faith.

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