Several scenic towns and natural areas offer vacation destinations surrounded by State Parks and fishing, hiking, kayaking, surfing and bird watching opportunities.
The smallest of the Three Capes, has beaches, picnicking, hang gliding, boating and wildlife watching.
Beaches, picnicking, restrooms.
Cape Meares Lighthouse, the Octopus Tree and viewpoint overlooking Three Arch Rocks National Wildlife Refuge offshore. Picnicking, hiking trails, beach access. more info
A 2000-acre park with over 8 miles of hiking and walking trails, and beaches.
Home of Tillamook Cheese: factory tour, cheese samples, ice cream, cafe, gift shop.
Exhibit of over 30 vintage aircraft.
Interactive exhibits in the award-winning center. A gateway to forest exploration and discovery. Education programs and forest guides.
Quilt exhibits, weaving & spinning demos and instruction.
Ride the steam train along Tillamook Bay.
Wine and cheese tasting, petting zoo.
The Three Capes scenic drive goes west to Oceanside, then south to Pacific City, near where it rejoins Hwy 101. You'll see Cape Meares, Cape Lookout and Cape Kiwanda.
Hiking trail to Munson Creek Falls.
Maritime heritage museum open May through October, Thursday through Monday, 12-4pm.