The Popular Coastal Cities, Beaches, And Towns

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Some of the popular coastal cities, beaches, and towns are:

Cannon Beach - The Haystack Rock on this beach is 2353 feet high and ranked the “third coastal monolith in the world”. Some other interesting coastal towns are: Seaside, Gleneden, Depoe Bay, Florence, Reedsport, North bend, Coos Bay, Brandon, Gold Beach, Bookings, Rockaway Beach, and Lincoln City.

Newport

The Oregon Coast Aquarium in Newport is where “Keiko” the famous whale who starred in the hit movie Free Willy live. This aquarium houses sharks, sea lions, sea otters, octopuses, and pelicans. Visitors can interact with these animals safely while watching the staff feed them daily. Passionate visitors can scuba dive with rockfish, sturgeon, halibut, and sharks. The Seaside Aquarium in Newport has a variety of smaller sea animals along with Stingrays, Bav rays, and seals inside underwater tanks. Ripley’s Believe it or Not 'Odditorium ' has many items from the TV show along with many interactive exhibits and games for children. Next to the ‘Odditorium’ is Wax Works, which is a wax museum of popular fantasy movies and TV shows such as Star Trek, MASH, and Star Wars. Next to it is the Oregon Undersea Gardens which is an aquarium featuring different species of sea life.

Rogue River, OR - This is a small town on the Rogue River that provides an exhilarating whitewater rafting experience.

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