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Ocean Front House - Gorgeous Views!
Stay within steps of the Pacific Ocean in one of Oregon's premier beach towns. This sleepy little beach town is great for family get-togethers or romantic weekends - only a couple hours outside of Portland. Come and enjoy the beauty! Our house is right on the beach. Walk off the deck and on to your own beach front. A short walk up the beach to the famous Pelican Brewery and more. Enjoy nearby activities: hiking, surfing, kayaking, swimming, whale watching, golfing, hang gliding and more
$489 per night
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Historic Riverfront Cabin w/Hot Tub
This delightful, cozy cabin with HOT TUB is the perfect getaway for 2. With spectacular views of the Big Nestucca River and the top of Haystack Rock, staying here can feel like stepping into a painting. The proximity to the river (with private dock) offers an opportunity to experience the magic of a tidal river that is teeming with life. This picturesque cabin is a throwback to a bygone era and is our family's special spot.
$154 per night
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Almost Beachfront Getaway!
Our relaxing ocean getaway is mere feet from one of the most scenic beaches on the west coast. An open floorplan, large kitchen, living room, custom cedar wood walls and many comfortable beds will make your vacation feel like a home away from home!
$176 per night

Stay near Pacific City's top sights

Photo of Cape Kiwanda State Natural Area
Cape Kiwanda State Natural Area50 locals recommend
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Pelican Brewing Company83 locals recommend
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Grateful Bread Bakery46 locals recommend
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Bob Straub State Park26 locals recommend
Photo of The Oar House Bar & Grill
The Oar House Bar & Grill22 locals recommend
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Doryland Pizza23 locals recommend

Other great vacation rentals in Pacific City

Cottage in Pacific City
Beach•river•food•hot tub•dog & family friendly
$273 per night
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Stunning Remodeled Beach House - Walk to Beach!
$302 per night
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Cheerful 3-BR home-Short walk to the beach Dogs OK
$317 per night
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"River Chalet" Riverfront Home with Dock & Hot Tub
$178 per night
Cottage in Pacific City
Coho Cottage
$168 per night
Condo in Pacific City
Dogs Ok-Deck-Close to Beach-Hummingbird Hollow
$97 per night
Townhouse in Pacific City
Dogs Ok-Easy Beach Access-Chinook
$372 per night
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Stunning 3BR | Fireplace | Firepit
$186 per night
Guest suite in Pacific City
The Alaia Beach House
$130 per night
Cabin in Pacific City
Storm Watch lodge
$246 per night
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River Cottage w/HotTub; 5min walk to ocean/beach
$198 per night
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Salt Lyfe Vacation2/1 Sleep 8, 2 min walk to beach
$237 per night

Your guide to Pacific City

Welcome to Pacific City

The tides define the rhythm of life in Pacific City, where cold-water surfers catch rousing waves, kayakers paddle across the peaceful bay, and fishers launch dories directly from the beaches. Highway 101, which runs straight through most neighboring seaside towns, curves inland and bypasses Pacific City. That lucky turn leaves the local scene feeling a bit more secluded than other coastal hot spots. The scenery — defined by natural areas and oceanfront parks — might seem a tad more dramatic, too. Hikers climb up a towering dune for views of rocky headlands; photographers trace nature trails for views of migratory birds and native elk; and equestrians trot along the shores at sunset. No matter how you spend your days here, you’re almost certain to bump into fellow outdoor adventurers at the town’s brewpub, where the servers pour craft beers named for local landmarks and deliver the freshest catches of the day.

When is the best time to stay in a vacation rental in Pacific City?

Pacific City is quieter and chillier than your typical beach destination. Here on the Oregon Coast, the weather is cool and rainy for much of the year, particularly in late fall and winter, when “storm watching” is a pastime some people enjoy. If that sounds like your kind of thing, then the months from November to March are serene. The pace picks up a bit in late spring, and local trails get busy in the summer when it’s sunnier and dryer. But even in the warmest months of July and August, average high temperatures rarely exceed 70 degrees Fahrenheit. In other words, you might not need to pack your swim gear. But you might want to zip up in a wetsuit for surfing lessons, as the beaches around town are year-round favorites among the hardy community of Oregon surfers.

What are the top things to do in Pacific City?

Three Capes Scenic Loop

Narrow headlands jut out into the foamy Pacific Ocean along this 40-mile route, which takes day-trippers past some of the most dramatic scenery on Oregon’s northern coast. You’ll want to pack your hiking gear, as the Three Capes Scenic Loop links together a trio of remarkable spots: Cape Kiwanda, Cape Lookout, and Cape Meares. At each site, windy trails lead to coastal overlooks with panoramic views of rugged rock formations, sand dunes, and misty forests.

Nestucca Bay National Wildlife Refuge

At the confluence of the Nestucca and Little Nestucca rivers, this refuge ranks as a coastal favorite for wildlife photographers, especially ones looking to spot songbirds and migratory waterfowl. Several trails wind through coastal prairie and forests and along the bay. Lined with benches, the paved Pacific View Trail leads to an elevated observation deck with sweeping ocean views.

Cape Kiwanda State Natural Area

Surfers take the waves, kites rise with the wind, and dory boats launch right from the shores here at Cape Kiwanda, which packs plenty of dramatic vistas into a relatively compact natural site. This state park is known for its sculpted sandstone formations and the towering dune, popular with hikers who trek up it for a panoramic look over Pacific City’s beaches.

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