- The list below includes 30 free or cheap things to do in or near Tillamook, Oregon, including 54 different types of inexpensive activities like Aviation Museums, Parks, Fishing and Bowling.
- From Tillamook Forest Center to Cape Lookout State Park, there are a variety of budget-friendly attractions in Tillamook and in nearby cities within 25 miles like Pacific City and Cannon Beach.
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3264 S Pacific Street, Cannon Beach, OR 97145 MoreLess Info
With tide pools to explore during low tide, Tolovana Beach State Park provides visitors with a scenic coastline to view. There are several rock formations and boulders set upon the beach for visitors to walk to.
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1387 S Spruce Street, Cannon Beach, OR 97110 MoreLess Info
Seeking, protecting, and collecting memorabilia of local history, the Cannon Beach Historical Society has dedicated itself to recording oral histories and gathering meaningful artifacts for a living, breathing history experience.
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123 S. Hemlock Street Ecola Sq, Cannon Beach, OR 97110 MoreLess Info
Showcasing the work of over 100 local artists, DragonFire Studio & Gallery features paintings, sculptures, jewelry, and other pieces of work. The gallery hosts receptions where visitors can meet artists and watch them paint.
Open seasonally during certain afternoons, The Cannon Beach Farmers Market is an all edible market with local produce, meats, seafood, cheeses, artisan baked goods and other specialty foods. They also have flowers and feature music.
City of Cannon Beach is a small beach town that offers picturesque views of the Pacific coast and is also home to Haystack Rock, a noted spot for birdwatching. The downtown area has a number of tourist shops as well.
Featuring works from four different local artists, Icefire Glassworks is an art gallery that displays and sells numerous works of hand-blown glass art. Guests may also observe the artists creating their works in the gallery's studio.
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3 miles south of Cannon Beach, Cannon Beach, OR 97110 MoreLess Info
Surrounded by rocky cliffs, Arcadia Beach State Recreation Site offers visitors a beach area for lounging, surfing, and exploring. During low tide, visitors can walk out half a mile into the coast and explore the tidal pools.