Seaside: In the News

Northwest Travel Magazine: The Fresh Side of Seaside, Oregon

November 1, 2013 | by Jon Rahl

Northwest Travel magazine featured Seaside in their Nov/Dec 2013 issue in a piece titled “The Fresh Side of Seaside, Oregon: A Brilliant Blend of Old and New.”

This story discusses 7 of the top attractions in Seaside. The list includes classics like our famous, historical Promenade and the Seaside Aquarium. It also includes tried and true family classics like Funland and the Seaside Carousel. Seaside’s natural side is also featured as the story highlights fun activities like Razor clamming on the beach and some beautiful bird and wildlife watching areas. Oh… and did we mention the seafood?

Read or download the entire 4-page feature-length story, complete with photos from your favorite beach town on the Oregon Coast.

and so much more!

Salt Making in Seaside

A little history about the Salt Works; on December 28, 1805 the Lewis and Clark sent five men to establish a salt camp. Five days later, they found an ideal place on the seacoast fifteen miles southwest of Fort Clatsop (the seawater had a high salt content here, and game and wood were abundant).

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Riding the Streetcar in Seaside

Riding the streetcar in Seaside is a fun and affordable way to see the town.

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Breaking High

A look at a waves breaking over the turnaround at high tide in Seaside

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Portland to Seaside by Bus

Visiting Seaside without a Car

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Seaside OR: Beachside Weddings

The North Oregon Coast is home, and Seaside is an ideal wedding destination! Seaside has incredible scenery, diverse and amazing vendors, and is within close proximity to the Portland airport for those out of town guests.

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The Whole Clam Family

Family clamming on Seaside's beach is a tradition that literaly goes back thousands of years.

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Driving the Oregon Coast Highway

Unique views are plentiful along all 363 miles

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Rebranding Seaside Gives us new Opportunity for Promoting Seaside

How do you describe Seaside to your friends, neighbors and relatives? Better yet, how would you, if asked? You may have an answer ...

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What is Fascination, Anyway?

Talk to anyone who’s ever visited Seaside, and they’re bound to bring up Fascination with an enthusiastic “I love that game!...

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Beauty and the Beach (and a Photo Bomb)

The sundial in Seaside has been around since the 1940s - you can check it out on the promenade today.

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Roaming the Sand for Treasures

The beach is often filled with unique finds, especially after a storm.

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Seaside is Dressing Up for the Holidays

Seaside, Oregon preparations for the holiday season

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A Seagull’s View

Aerial shot of Seaside Oregon from the 1920s

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Why This Family Comes Back To Seaside Year After Year

The calm waters of the Necanicum River in Seaside, Oregon. Photo: Alex Butterfield There’s something comfortingly classic about ...

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Celebrating Spring

Celebrating spring and the lush wildlife in Seaside and the North Oregon Coast.

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Hiking Saddle Mountain is one of our four favorite hikes around Seaside.
4 Favorite Hikes Around Town

The sheer variety of trails in and around Seasie Oregon means you have plenty of hiking options, from kid-friendly strolls on the Prom to more strenuous climbs with stunning views.

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Washed Away

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

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The Best of Times News: The Beach at the End of the Trail

Travel writer for the fabulous 50-and-over set, Andrea Gross, spent some time on Oregon’s North Coast in the summer of 2014....

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