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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Analyzing the weather in Seaside

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Camping in Seaside

Memorial Day weekend is right around the corner. One of my very favorite things to do during Memorial Day weekend is to go camping. I love setting up the tents, snuggling in a warm sleeping bag, sitting around the campfire roasting marshmallows for s’mores, and smelling like a campfire all weekend. I love every bit of it! If you’ve never camped by the Pacific Ocean then you are missing out! You get to add the salty air, sandy beach, and all the benefits of being near Seaside to add to your camping experience.

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Seaside Elk

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How to Start Cycling In Seaside

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Washed Away

A look at the cantilever pier in Seaside, Oregon in 1930

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My First Trip to Seaside

Recalling a memorable first trip to Seaside, Oregon

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Coming Soon: Epic New Mountain Biking Trails

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Golden Age Arcade

Seaside's classic golden age arcade.

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Buffleheads: Oregon Coast’s Silliest Part-Time Residents

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Seaside Skatepark

The Seaside Skatepark (also called the PTR “Hometown Park”) has a unique history. It was opened in June of 2007, and was built by Placed to Ride. The owner of Placed to Ride, Stefan Hauser, lives here in Seaside.

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Seaside’s Famous Feathered Citizens

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Everyone Needs a Spring Break

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How to Paddle Seaside

Spend a little time in Seaside, and you’ll find yourself itching to paddle on the rivers and ponds.

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Iconic Seaside in Stereo

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MotorHome Magazine: Sea to River, Oregon’s Spectacular North Coast

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Our timeless ocean

Enjoying the ocean can be a timeless endeavor.

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Beauty and the Beach (and a Photo Bomb)

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