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  • 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?

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  • What kind of outdoor adventures do you enjoy?

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    This high-tech outdoor treasure hunting game uses GPS and is popular the world over.

  • Hughes House

    This beautiful Victorian mansion, lost in the middle of a coastal wilderness, houses the amazing story of early Oregon pioneer family.

  • “Haystack Rock"

    One of the most famous seastacks on the Oregon Coast, this rock has 300 yards of tidepools at its base and is home to hundreds of birds.

  • “Terrible Tilly”

    Though considered an engineering marvel, the lonely and now abandoned Tillamook Rock Lighthouse has a fearsome reputation.

  • Our Most Famous Shipwreck

    The rusting iron skeleton of the Peter Iredale still sits where it ran aground over a century ago and may be Oregon's most famous shipwreck.

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    This simple and fun way to enjoy the outdoors can compliment other activities, too.

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    Whether overnight or over a week, camping is an immersive back-to-nature experience.

  • Tillamook County Pioneer Museum

    Housing 35,000 artifacts and 10,000 images, the Tillamook County Pioneer Museum is one of the largest historical societies on the Oregon Coast.

  • Fort Clatsop National Monument

    This vast, forested park commemorates the 1803-06 Corps of Discovery Expedition, led by Meriwether Lewis and William Clark.

  • John Day Fossil Beds National Monument

    Located in eastern Oregon, the John Day Fossil Beds is one of the best repositories of fossils from the Cenozoic Era, or the Age of Mammals.

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