Its 1.5-mile oceanfront promenade and classic automobile turnaround at the beach dating from the 1920s are among Oregon's most recognizable landmarks. Seaside has been a popular coastal destination since the 1880s offering abundant activities for families, sightseers and outdoor recreation lovers. Walk or bike the promenade for views of the Pacific. The Prom offers access to the beach and long time attractions including the Seaside Aquarium, where generations of visitors have come to feed the seals. Strolling along Broadway, visitors will encounter dozens of shops and restaurants, the Oregon Coast's largest arcade, bumper cars and a shopping mall with an old fashioned indoor carousel. Factory outlet shopping can be found just north of downtown. The rainforest covered Tillamook Head offers hiking trails, including a six-mile trek over the headland to Ecola State Park. The Necanicum River offers kayaking and paddleboat touring. To the north of Seaside, Gearhart, offers more shopping, restaurants and is home to the 18-hole Gearhart Golf Links, Oregon's oldest golf course.