Oregon Coast – 360-Miles of Public Beaches

TILLAMOOK, ORE., 28 JUNE, 2017—In celebration of the 50th anniversary of the landmark Oregon Beach Bill, Visit Tillamook Coast unveiled a new video that celebrates the Oregon Coast’s legacy as the “People’s Coast.” It’s in honor of the 50th anniversary of the Oregon Beach Bill, which made the state’s coastline public for all to access and enjoy, and safeguard beaches from private development. The bill was signed into law July 6, 1967. Oregon plans to celebrate all year.

About Visit Tillamook Coast
Oregon’s Tillamook Coast is one of the state’s natural wonders. Picturesque bays, inland waterways, forests, farmlands, rivers and ocean beaches offer visitors a wide range of nature-based activities from kayaking, fishing and surfing to beachcombing and hiking. Fresh seafood is abundant, as is world-famous cheese and award-winning beer. The Tillamook Coast’s villages, from Manzanita to Neskowin, each have their own unique heritage, personality and charm. For more information and to plan your getaway, visit www.tillamookcoast.com.

Oregon Coast photo by Marvin. G. Kellar











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