Sea Sprite on the Estuary

372 N. Spruce, Cannon Beach, Oregon, 97110, United States | B&B
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This B&B, located on 372 N. Spruce, Cannon Beach, is near Haystack Rock, Cannon Beach, Tillamook Rock Lighthouse, and Coaster Theatre.
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    Travel Blogs from Cannon Beach

    A-Yahtzee!!

    A travel blog entry by soppe on Aug 04, 2014

    1 comment, 1 photo

    ... a statue of Lewis & Clark as the hole. No Sacagawea & infant son. The activity here was to walk or drive around it. The statue commemorates the end of the Lewis & Clark trail, where they reached the Pacific, turned around, and went home. Likewise, we peered out toward the ocean (couldn't really see it), and left.

    Fortunately, our hotel had loaner board games and a common lawn area with picnic tables. Sipping ...

    To the beach!

    A travel blog entry by chris.simons26 on Jun 16, 2014

    9 photos

    ... 1 celsius! After a few minutes of eating, it started to snow…quite heavily. Seeing as we had ignored the signs about needing snow chains (who gets snow chains with a hire car anyway?!), we decided to make a a quick getaway back down the mountain. We didn’t fancy being stuck up there!

    Our next stop was Multnomah falls, a large double drop waterfall. The upper fall is about 500 feet, and the lower a further 100. We had a bit ...

    Sea Lions and Starfish

    A travel blog entry by jmpncsu on Sep 19, 2013

    28 photos

    ... t be back until the spring. We did see some cormorants and many gulls nesting along the high walls of the sea stack. But the most exciting things here were the colorful ochre starfish and giant green anemones that live in the tidal pools around Haystack Rock. These were some of the most beautiful starfish I have ever seen. They are huge and beautiful in shades of purple, orange, and red. We also saw several kelp ...

    Doin' the Oregon Coast

    A travel blog entry by winegalcj on Aug 19, 2013

    1 comment, 5 photos

    ... our way to highway 101 and the coast. It was a lovely drive and the sun came out as we neared the river. A brief two weeks ago we spent some wonderful time at the Columbia River on the Oregon side, now as we approach the point where the Columbia River pours into the Pacific it is a monster. Easily 4 miles wide, the Megler/Astoria Bridge is a work of engineering artistry. We pass huge barges underneath as if they were toy boats in a bathtub. I ...

    Ecola State Park is a Gnome Sanctuary

    A travel blog entry by henandpen on Jul 20, 2013

    2 comments, 7 photos

    ... about 20 minutes from our campsite. We initially walked down to Indian Beach to look for tidal pools and to watch the surfers. The tide was too high for tidal pools (hence the surfers) and so we set out on a "leisurely" hike to what we thought would be Tillamook Lighthouse. Mel introduced the idea of gnomes early on and surreptitiously threw stones into the woods to keep Henry busy. We developed quite a little back story for these gnomes as the hike went on and ...