Seaside: In the News

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

May 1, 2014 | by Jon Rahl

Bobbie Hasselbring from MotorHome magazine attended a media Fam (Familiarization) Tour hosted by the City of Seaside Visitors Bureau and the Astoria-Warrenton Chamber of Commerce in March of 2013. As a result, this story about our beautiful North Coast was written.

This Fam Tour took travel writers and travel magazine publishers exploring in the Seaside and Astoria-Warrenton areas.

Read the full story from the May 2014 issue of MotorHome magazine and see the beautiful photos of our area taken by Bobbie on her trip.

and so much more!

Seeing Seaside on a Surrey

Cruising around Seaside on a Surrey can be great exercise and a scenic journey

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Seaside: More Than Just a Resort Town

Seaside is also a community of hard-working professionals

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Stop and Smell the Roses

Spending a little time with Seaside's pocket gardens

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Lookout on Neahkahnie Mountain

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Snail Mail: the Agony & the Ecstasy

Snail mail in Seaside circa 1909.

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Seaside Nightlife

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Article on Best Eats on Oregon's North Coast

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Surrey in Seaside
How to Bike Seaside

Our author takes a look at the various ways to bike in and around Seaside, Oregon.

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Feed Your Mind, Body and Soul in Seaside

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Biking the N. Coast Mountain Range

Opportunities endless when hopping on two wheels to navigate Seaside area

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Let’s Fly a Kite

On the beach at Seaside is perfect for this. There are no overhead wires and the beach has few up or down wind drafts from the winds which move across the ocean. This makes kite flying easier and explains why kites are a common part of the Seaside landscape. Kite flying is for dry days as wet kite lines can act as a conductor for static electricity and lightning in a storm.

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Top Things to Do With Young Kids

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Episode Five: The Historic Gilbert District

We explore the Gilbert District in this walk down memory lane

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Locals Weigh In on the Best Ways to Visit Seaside

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Dedicated to the Promenade

It's been nearly 92 years since the inaguration of Seaside's Promenade

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Broadway Field is a Community Gem

Renovated Broadway Field is a community gem

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Episode Two: the Lewis & Clark Salt Works

Join us on an audio walking tour of the Lewis & Clark Salt Works in Seaside, Oregon.

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An Adventure to Share

A winning family vacation in Seaside, Oregon

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