This quaint and cozy town off the scenic route, leading up the legendarily beautiful Oregon Coast, is a true escape. The town was last recorded to have only 361 residents and many of the houses in Oceanside sit along a lush, green hillside overlooking the often-choppy waters of the Pacific Ocean.
The Three Arch National Wildlife Refuge and Wilderness area is just off shore, so look out for abundant marine wildlife like puffins and sea lions. Check out Tunnel and Agate Beaches, secluded shores that are only accessible during low tides.
While storms and cool weather can roll in off the waters any time of year, the summer and fall months are often a tad warmer and don’t see as high winds.
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