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We stayed just across the street from the Manzanita Beach, toward the north end of the beach. We walked to the north end of the beach the evening we arrived. When we started our walk we had to quick-step it to the wet sand because...More
After spending a week dodging rain , along came Christmas morning. And the Sun came out . After exchanging gifts and finishing our coffee , Four building from where we were staying we were on Manzanita Beach . Dozens of people and Galloping Horses ....More
If you like walking on a beach, this is the place for you. Approx 7 miles of beach with mountain on one side and state park on the other end. Never overcrowded so you can walk, play, run your dog, sit and read a book...More
Coming from the South we had to drive by several beaches because we could not find a spot to park our 30 feet long RV. In Manzanita parking was not a problem. The beach itself is beautifull and we enjoyed the peach and quiet a...More
I live within a mile of this beautiful 7 mile beach. Walking the beach you will see kites flying, people wind surfing and families enjoying time with their children. Manzanita is a small town with cute shops and several nice... More
I live within a mile of this beautiful 7 mile beach. Walking the beach you will see kites flying, people wind surfing and families enjoying time with their children. Manzanita is a small town with cute shops and several nice places to eat. Within a mile or two is the Nehalem State park for campers, yurts available too. Short sand beach is very popular but parking during the summer can be difficult. Cannon Beach is 15 miles away with Haystack rock, many shops and great food. Always something to do in our area even in the raining winter months.