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Winter Waters is a Pacific Northwest festival that was created to celebrate sea vegetables as an ingredient. Winter Waters also has a spotlight focus on the culinary excellence in Cannon Beach!
Gray Whales are the most often seen type of whale along the Oregon Coast and can frequently be spotted just off the shores of Cannon Beach. The best time to spot them is between their biannual migration that happens from mid-March to mid-April, and from mid-December to mid-January.
The 2023 Savor Cannon Beach Wine and Culinary Festival is a series of nine extraordinary food and wine experiences October 12-27th in Cannon Beach, Oregon.
No visit to Cannon Beach would be complete without visiting Ecola State Park. Ecola State Park offers several miles of hiking trails, picnic areas and great vantage points for bird and whale watchers.
Cannon Beach has hosted this beloved event since 1964 and the Sandcastle Committee is planning the return to an "in person" event for 2022.
The Cannon Beach Book Company owners, Maureen Dooley-Sroufe and Deb Mersereau, have graciously curated a special book list for Cannon Beach Hotel Lodgings' guests. Designed to introduce Oregon history and subjects, as well as local and regional writers, you will be sure to enjoy these selections!
Tufted puffins are becoming increasingly rare. However, they can still be seen at Haystack Rock in Cannon Beach, Oregon.
How cool is it that you can plan a road trip with your electric car?! Charge on the road or while you relax! Tesla is rapidly expanding their charging locations on well travelled routes. The following members are happy to offer you a place to recharge your car while you recharge yourself.
Cannon Beach was named one of National Geographic's 100 Most Beautiful Places in the World and it's not hard to see why with its beautiful sandy beaches crowned by Haystack Rock. Here are a few fun facts about one of Oregon's most memorable icon.
Traveling to Cannon Beach? Don’t miss the best spots to see during your visit to one of the most incredible places in the world.
Haystack Rock is on a lot of people’s bucket lists, and it’s not hard to see why – it is truly amazing and worth the trip to behold. However, Cannon Beach is so much more.
Fall is a fabulous time to visit Oregon Wine Country and this Fall, Alaskan Airlines is making it even better! Up to one case of Oregon wine can fly home free of charge on Alaska Airlines until November 20th.
Cannon Beach’s most famous landmark, Haystack rock is one of the West Coast’s most popular attractions and not just for Geology buffs. Haystack rock was created millions of years ago by the same lava flows that formed many of Oregon’s natural features including Tillamook Head and Saddle Mountain.