Explore Cannon Beach,
Oregon. Cannon Beach
is named for the cannon
that washed ashore
from a ship-wrecked schooner in 1846.
Cannon Beach was named the Best
Overall Beach of the Northwest in
"America's Best Beaches".
Haystack Rock is one of the worlds largest monoliths. It is a
national Wildlife Refuge and Marine Garden. In the summer
months there are interpretive guides to help visitors
appreciate the marine life in the surrounding area.
Ecola State Park - known for its beautiful vistas, trails and
the five mile drive through lush forest. Ideal for picnics,
hiking and photography.
Galleries - featuring bronze sculptures, blown glass, water
colors, and jewelry display local artists. Spend a day
walking through the many galleries -- there is something for
information on Cannon Beach galleries.
Boutiques - some people come to Cannon Beach just to
shop. Unique shops offer special cards, gifts, antiques,
clothing, home decor, and so much more.
Restaurants - from local funky to fine dining there is
something to tempt everyone's palate. When you come we'll
recommend our favorites.
Coaster Theater - featuring local actors, offers year round
entertainment with stage plays, concerts, and special events.
WHEN VISITING CANNON BEACH YOU WON'T
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