The Oregon coast is well-known for its spectacular scenery and abundance of activities. While a handful of towns may get most of the press, Pacific City is a slightly sleepy oceanfront town that is well worth experiencing. Here you’ll find everything you could want from a coastal Oregon experience…and more! And the Stays Group member network provides a diverse offering of professionally managed vacation rentals for you to choose from. Booking direct with one of our partners in the Stays Group network guarantees that you will receive the best price, as well as exemplary service.
You’ll get expert recommendations of things to do and places to visit in the area from your local, professional vacation rental managers who have knowledge of the area. These local professionals know the area well and are there to direct you to the best activities, events, restaurants, coffeeshops, bars and more.
This small, quiet fishing village offers something for everyone and is perfect for family getaways, corporate retreats, couple’s vacations, and more. It boasts a ton of outdoor opportunities, as well as shopping, and amazing locations for drinks and dining.
One of the most popular choices for visitors to Pacific City is the Cape Kiwanda State Natural Area. Located on the Three Capes Scenic Route, you will find this gem. You can explore the beach and observe some of the area’s over 300 dory boats (traditional fishing vessels) as they make their way to the fertile waters off the coast. Then brave the sandstone cliffs for a steep hike to the top for unforgettable views of the Pacific Ocean.
You’ll also want to be sure to check out Haystack Rock. It’s one of the most well-known, and most photographed spots along the Oregon Coast. Your Instagram friends will thank you for catching some amazing shots of it, especially near sunset.
For those that are after some physical outdoor activities, there is no shortage of options. Those include hiking, biking, surfing, kayaking, paddleboarding, clamming, and more.
The Three Capes Scenic Loop is one of the most amazing stretches of road along the entire west coast and makes for a great day-trip adventure. This 40-mile long route includes breathtaking scenery, lighthouse views, the occasional whale spotting, and more. You’ll be talking about it for years to come!
If you’ve got the urge to wet a line, there are several fishing charters available in the area. Cod, Dungeness Crab, Rockfish, and other species are abundant. And you’re sure to create some lasting memories with your group….as well as some mouth-watering meals with your catch!