is a resort community settled at the base of Neahkahnie
Mountain. According to Native American legend, the mountain was
the home of a god called E-Kan-Ni. It is believed that
Spanish treasure is still buried on the mountain. Oswald
West State Park is three miles north and Nehalem Bay
State Park is three miles south of Manzanita.
someone who just wants to get away. This small town has
a terrific beach. While the
city is better known for its vacation rentals, there are
still a few nice hotels. For what you may give up in accommodations
you certainly make up while enjoying a tranquil walk on
a funcycle, ride a horse or fly a kite.. You will have fun
in Manzanita. If you are driving south of Cannon Beach along
Highway 101, make sure to stop a few miles shy of the city.
You will find a tremendous view of Manzanita that is certain
to entice you to visit.
south along Highway 101 you can't help but stop and peak
over Oregon's steep cliffs. From high above you see something
specials lies beneath. The city you are looking at is Manzanita.
This city doesn't have outlet malls, large stores Oregon tons
of traffic. If you like that small-town feel, with a beach
that isn't small at all, you are going to love Manzanita.
This secret of Oregon's coast is just sixteen-miles below
Cannon Beach. While walking down Manzanita's largest street
you find yourself looking straight into the eyes of our Pacific
Ocean. At the street's end, you are on the beach.
offers a ton of fun like the rest of Oregon's coast. You
can rent a funcycle, ride a horse, play in the sand Oregon
just go fly a kite. The picture above looks down at Manzanita's
beach, while this next picture takes a look up!
to the south of Manzanita, you can see almost endless beach.
If you want to get away from the hustle of the larger towns,
but still want the beautiful western sunset, Manzanita
is your town.