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. We add new listings and links on a regular basis so bookmark this page and check back often. The name Tillamook comes from the Tillamook (Killamook or Calamoxes) Indians.
With 75 miles of scenic coastline, five estuaries, four bays and nine rivers, the County offers the finest deep-sea and stream fishing, charter and dory boats, clamming, crabbing, whale and bird watching, beachcombing and hiking. Its forests also furnish excellent hunting, backpacking and other recreational activities.
From the sandy beaches of Tillamook County to the mountain trails of the Coast Mountain Range, Tillamook County offers some spectacular hiking and also offers exceptional opportunities for boating. Whether on a drift boat while fishing one of the many rivers, kayaking any of the sloughs, canoeing on the bays or taking your boat out on the Pacific Ocean, you'll find the Tillamook Area a great place to be on the water.
Explore the coastal rainforests, ae well as an extensive watershed system flowing from the Oregon coastal mountain range. The Tillamook Area is home to world class fishing and the most popular fishing area of the Pacific Northwest! And if you like clams you will find the largest area of clam beds of any Oregon county.
Cape Lookout State Scenic Viewpoint encompasses nearly every geologic and natural feature found along the Oregon Coast. The park was named for Cape Lookout, a rocky headland extending one and three-quarter miles into the ocean. An overnight camp is located in a typical coastal rain forest.
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Not sure what you'll like in Oregon?
Klamath County is home to Crater Lake National Park, one of Oregon's most popular visitor destinations. Created by the explosion of a massive volcano 7,000 years ago, the lake today offers year-round sightseeing and recreation opportunities.
Deschutes County is the outdoor recreation capital of Oregon. With snow-capped peaks dominating the skyline to the west and the wide-open high desert extending to the east, there is a lot of open country. It offers downhill and cross-country skiing, snowboarding, fishing, hunting, hiking, rock climbing, white water rafting, and golfing.
If the Pacific Coast is more your style try Lincoln County known for it's lighthouses and the Coast's most photographed seascape.