Oregon Coast and Northern California Coast Travel Radio.

Welcome to our Oregon Coast and Northern California Coast Travel Radio Podcasts! In this Podcast we will be explaining how we will be sharing all the info on the Oregon and Northern California Coast. Lots to See and Do and Explore and Play and Stay and Eat! We are excited to share with you! Music provided by bensound.com Track:  “All That”, “Hip Jazz” For a list of our Podcasts click Here.

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Where should you visit on the Oregon Coast?

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Do you want beaches and sand to explore? How about that perfect day of golf and beer? Maybe it’s a romantic getaway or spa day? Or do you like the thrill of zip lining through the trees or catching a salmon on the ocean? Take our quiz and find out your perfect beach getaway! Take our quiz. Click Here.

Webcams on the Oregon Coast and Northern California!

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Live photos from our very own Oregon Coast and Northern California Coast Webcams. Our scenic and beautiful coast is a playground for exploring our majestic and magnificent beaches. Do you know a city webcam that we should include, or one that isn’t functioning properly?  Contact us.  Thanks! Check back often and plan your trip!


If You Love The Oregon And Northern California Coasts Like We Do,You’ve Come To The Right Place!


Make Oregon And Northern California Coast Your Destination!

This little 500 mile stretch of coast is like heaven to us – with more things to see and do, with unique opportunities, and beautiful scenic wonders than almost anywhere.  If you are looking for a good time along our little slice of paradise we have a whole world of suggestions to help you maximize your FUN! We also want to save you money with discounts, and maybe you will win a prize just for using our web site!


Circles in the Sand. A labyrinth experience on the beach.

If you want a beautiful experience, walk the labyrinth and share the moment with others just like us!

We are so happy to feature Circles in the Sand

“Circles is dedicated to the path of the labyrinth as a means of
meditation, transformation and healing.  We offer a walkable
sandy path for all to experience the benefits of taking some
time just to be themselves.  See you on the Sand.”


Agate Hunting on the Oregon Coast

by Nancy Passey

Agates on the beach
I started hunting agates years ago one Sunday morning out on the south jetty in Bandon, Oregon.  We were just getting ready to head out of town, but wanted to take one last walk on the beach. It was a beautiful sunny day with a low tide and I met a very nice school teacher that was searching for something along the waters edge.  She told me all about agates, in fact she gave me one.  From that moment on I was hooked and have been searching and collecting agates since.


Finding Glass Floats in Lincoln City

Finding Glass Floats in Gold BeachOne can find all kinds of treasures on Oregon Coast beaches: agates, shells, fossils, and rarely, glass fishing floats. Lincoln City makes it a little easier to find these rare, glass treasures during Treasure Hunting Season. Throughout the winter, round 3,000 total handcrafted glass floats and other locally crafted items are distributed for our visitors’ enjoyment. Experience the Oregon Coast and have fun and find a treasure at the same time!

Divided Into Four Regions With Lots To See And Do!

The North Coast from Astoria which is situated on a small peninsula near the mouth of the great Columbia River and down to Tillamook known for its kayaking and hiking trails is a great region to visit.

The Central Coast from Pacific City to Charleston have fewer sandy beaches, more sea cliffs, but many more bays. There are more sunny days than on the North Coast. Lincoln City on the Central Coast is well known for beaches filled with colorful kites! Sea Lion Caves and other well known destinations are located on the Central Coast.

The South Coast from Bandon through Brookings is the home of the famous Bandon Dunes where the Coquille River meets the Pacific Ocean. Average temperatures in winter about 50 and summer 65 make it a wonderful place to visit year around.

The North California Coast from Crescent City to Loleta are some of the most scenic vistas and quaint cities with rich history. Where the redwoods meet the sea this area offers an abundance of outdoor recreational activities. Trees of Mystery has been a tourist destination for over 65 years located in the heart of the Redwoods!

Discounts & Specials!!!

Save money at the beach! If you would like us to promote you with a coupon just contact us and we will give you details!