Like a ghost rising out of the earth, the rusted iron bones of the wrecked merchant vessel Sujameco reveal themselves from time to time on the Oregon beach. Can you find the remains of this ninety-year-old shipwreck?
Wherever your journeys take you... share them on The Stream.
Capture some animals (on film) and share them with us!
A surfer? Hiker? Outdoor adventurer? What are your interests?
Show off your favorite photos or videos to other young people.
What kind of outdoor adventures do you enjoy?
It's taken tens of thousands of years for Oregon amazing coastal dunes to form, but the recent introduction of a few plants has dramatically changed this ancient landscape in just a few decades.
Positioned in a lonely but tranquil setting far above the Pacific Ocean, the Heceta Head Lighthouse is one of the most photographed places on the Oregon Coast.
Did a famous pirate captain cruise and find safe harbor on Oregon Coast in the late 1500s?
Taking a trip to Cape Perpetua? Here's three sites you absolutely must see while there!
The Alsea River winds its way down from the Coast Mountain Range and forms a large bay where it meets the Pacific Ocean. Explore this picturesque corridor which is popular with hikers, boaters and anglers.
Who doesn't love a good story? But is the tale of the female wraith said to wander the historic Yaquina Bay Lighthouse in Newport true... or just a big misunderstanding?
Newport's one of the few communities on the Oregon Coast with a working bay front where visitors can see the various fisheries at work. Learn how fish and shellfish have been an important commodity for this community by the bay for centuries.
This small, picturesque beach on Oregon's Central Coast is perfect for beachcombers and photographers. It's also a well-known haul out area for California Sea Lions and Harbor Seals.