Seaside has one of the biggest and longest beaches on the Coast, so, even at high tide, there’s plenty of beach for everyone. At low tide look for treasures brought in by the sea - including razor clams - and make use of the firm, wet sand for walking and jogging (or dog walking and dog jogging). Use these Tide Tables to help prepare for your next visit to Seaside.
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These predictions are based on readings from the North Jetty of the Columbia River, Station #9440574, that are referenced to Astoria Station #9439040. Time offset in minutes (high: -44: low: -60). Height offset in feet (high: -1.00; low: +0.10). Please Note: Tides can vary by an hour or more from these predictions. Use these tide tables as a general guide to help plan for a safe trip to the beach.