Nestled between the Coast Mountain Range and the Pacific Ocean 85 miles west of Portland on scenic Highway 101 lies the beachfront community of Rockaway Beach, Oregon.
How to get to Rockaway Beach
Drive west from Portland on the Sunset Highway (Hwy. 26). Just west of Hillsboro, bear left on Highway 6 toward Tillamook. Follow Highway 6 west to Tillamook. In Tillamook, turn right onto Highway 101. Follow Highway 101 north for approximately 14 miles.
From Salem and Eugene
Drive west from Salem on Highway 22 to its intersection with Highway 18. Turn left onto Highway 18 and travel west approximately five miles to Valley Junction. Turn right (again onto Highway 22) toward Hebo. In Hebo, turn right onto Highway 101. Follow Highway 101 north through Tillamook and Garibaldi to Rockaway Beach about 14 miles.
Drive south from Seattle on Interstate 5. Take exit 36 from I-5 in Longview. Follow the signs to the Lewis and Clark Bridge. Cross the bridge heading south from Washington into Oregon. Once in Oregon, turn right (west) onto Highway 30 toward Astoria. In Astoria, take Highway 101 south. Proceed for approximately 50 miles to Rockaway Beach.
Air: Port of Tillamook Bay Airport
5005 Hwy 101 S
Tillamook, OR 97141
Rail: Port of Tillamook Bay Railroad
4000 Blimp Blvd.
Tillamook, OR 97141
Water: Port of Garibaldi
402 7th Street
Garibaldi, OR 97118
Fax: (503) 322-0029
Bus system provides daily deviated and fixed-route service all over Tillamook County, along with inter-city and connecting service to Portland, Lincoln and Clatsop counties, and all across Tillamook County.
Monday through Sunday 9 a.m. to 5.p.m.
Phone: (503) 815-8283
Oregon Coast Scenic Railroad
Step back in time and experience a bit of yesteryear. Enjoy the beautiful Oregon Coast line by riding the rail behind a historic steam locomotive. This scenic trip chugs along Tillamook Bay and gives passengers views of the ocean. Great for all ages, this trip will give you a glimpse into history. Trips from Garibaldi and Rockaway Beach — Seasonal
Phone: (855) 842-7972
Takes visitors to see the sights, sounds and smells of Tillamook County.
Half-day and full-day tours available. Themed trips available!
Phone: (503) 880-9711
Looking for an water eco-tour adventure? Go flat-water kayaking with the most extensive guide service on the Oregon Coast. The co-operative can take you paddling on pristine waterways abundant with marine life.
Phone: (503) 866-4808