Sea Sprite at Haystack Rock

Address: 280 Nebesna Street, Cannon Beach, Oregon, 97110, United States | B&B
 
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This B&B, located on 280 Nebesna Street, Cannon Beach, is near Haystack Rock, Cannon Beach, Tillamook Rock Lighthouse, and Coaster Theatre.
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    Travel Blogs from Cannon Beach

    Beavers and Ducks! Oregon. . .

    A travel blog entry by carolyn_frick on May 24, 2015

    1 comment, 53 photos

    ... is sampled and compared with other crater lakes around the world and is always proven to be the cleanest, clearest, most pure water on the face of the earth. The crater was formed 8,000 years ago when Mt. Mazama erupted. The lake is over 1,400 feet deep and only snow melt fills it. No rivers or springs run in or out of it. Of course, no recreational fishing or boating is allowed here or it wouldn't be so pristine. There is still hot lava following only 63 ...

    Oregon's North Coast

    A travel blog entry by tswine on Sep 29, 2014

    14 photos

    ... was interesting to walk through. There we talked to the commercial and charter boat fishermen, bought fresh tuna and salmon right off the boats, and watched the trucks deliver trees to the lumber mill and then move them onto the saws. Fishing and lumber are definitely big business in Oregon. Our five days at Cannon Beach were certainly enjoyable. It might be hard to find a better location as we travel. And so far, no storms or nasty weather. Aren't we ...

    To the beach!

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

    9 photos

    ... our hastily abandoned picnic and walked up the the falls. It’s a really picturesque spot, with a bridge crossing between the two falls.

    Inevitably it started to rain, so we headed back to the car and on to our next stop, the Crown Point Overlook. This looks over the Columbia river, and gave us a great view and perspective on Portland’s weather - to our left, there were dramatic, marauding black clouds. To our right, ...

    Sea Lions and Starfish

    A travel blog entry by jmpncsu on Sep 19, 2013

    28 photos

    ... it is. We stopped about halfway down the beach to eat lunch and then continued on. We were very lucky that the tide was going out when we were there. The Pacific water is very cold and we never got more than calf-deep. But since the tide was going out, we were able to get all the way up to the rock, as far as we were allowed to go. I was hoping to see some puffins, but a ranger told me that they had migrated and ...

    Doin' the Oregon Coast

    A travel blog entry by winegalcj on Aug 19, 2013

    1 comment, 5 photos

    ... for a campground we had researched not far from there on the Chahalis River. It was a FCFS (First come, First served) state park – which can be a gem because when you get there and get a spot, no one can take it from you. Finding a spot on Friday is tricky this time of year but we scored, snagging a spot in Rainbow Falls State Park, complete with water and electric.

    Rainbow Falls, built in the 1930’s by the blessed Conservation ...