"Now it’s your turn to be the explorer, the adventurer, the scientist..."
New Youth Activity: Cycling. If you’re one of the millions of Americans interested in cycling, there’s no better place to get involved than on the Oregon Coast. Learn about the different types of cycling and get suggestions on how you can become involved.
Virtual Explorations Coming Soon! WhaleTimes Inc. and the Oceanscape Network team up with real-life National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration scientists to study the annual Gray Whale migration and life of the deep sea. Learn more about these Virtual Exploration and how you can get in on the thrill of discovery!
Endangered Oregon: Diver and Survivor: One of the nation’s great conservation success stories, the Brown Pelican is featured in our latest installment of Endangered Oregon. Learn how a book and a grassroots movement helped save this bird and many others from extinction.
Use technology to connect with scientists and explorers from all over the world as they make new discoveries!
The Siletz Watershed Council invites river users and the public to help clean-up the Siletz River on Saturday April 11. 2015, from 9:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m.
Join the Oregon State University's Hatfield Marine Science Center for an open house and Marine Science Day on Saturday, April 11, 2015.
From the comfort of your home, explore the amazing natural history of the Oregon Coast and the world ocean. Discover new ways to experience or protect our natural world every day, or connect with us through our social networks.
Take your smart device along on your next outdoor adventure and use it to share your thoughts, photos or videos with other visitors through The Stream. Or use a GPS app and our Wayfind It features to explore the Oregon Coast.
Ask your teachers to create student communities and then use our scienctific inquiry modules to explore aquatic habitats and natural history topics. This feature may help Oregon high school students earn credit toward graduation!
Oregon is a surfer's paradise. Check out our features on youth hitting the waves.
Looking for an outdoor activity that's a little more chill? How about going on a picnic?
Almost any outdoor activity is appropriate for the young photographer. Check out our recommended tips and apps.
Our kayaking feature is one of the newest additions to the Youth Activities page. Check it out!
If you live anywhere in the Pacific Northwest, hiking opportunities are plentiful and amazing!
Geocaching combines hiking and travel with high-tech treasure hunting using GPS.
Is there an urban explorer in you dying to get out? Check out our Life in Ruins page for more.
Desperately Seeking Pirate Treasure
Three young Oceanscape Network volunteers take to the beaches and mountains of the Oregon Coast in search of an ancient pirate legend involving murder, ghosts and undiscovered treasure. Find it under "Tillamook and Vicinity."