- The list below includes 60 free or cheap things to do in or near Cannon Beach, Oregon, including 43 different types of inexpensive activities like Beaches, National & State Parks, Art Gallery and History Museums.
- From Ecola State Park to Cannon Beach, there are a variety of budget-friendly attractions in Cannon Beach and in nearby cities within 25 miles like Astoria and Seaside.
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Sweet Basil's Cafe 271 North Hemlock Street, Cannon Beach, OR MoreLess Info
Wine is sampled along with charcuterie or cheeses that compliment the wine
98% 1286 votes
Off Hwy. 101, Cannon Beach, OR MoreLess Info
A part of the Lewis & Clark National Historic Parks, Ecola State Park is home to numerous beaches and nature trails which wind throught the old growth forest nearby and offer beautiful views of the ocean and the Haystack Rock.
97% 1476 votes
Cannon Beach Loop, Cannon Beach, OR 97110 MoreLess Info
Cannon Beach is a local tourist attraction and features numerous wooden and stone benches and tide pools accompanied with the Coastal Theater which hosts a variety of live performances. The beach also offers scenic views of the Haysatch Rock and the ocean.
98% 313 votes
Highway 101, Cannon Beach, OR MoreLess Info
Named after a cape with the same name, Hug Point State Recreation Site is home to a number of walking trails, picnic grounds and caves which can be explored during low tide.
99% 222 votes
Cannon Beach, OR MoreLess Info
Oswald West State Park offers numerous sightseeing opportunties with scenic views of the Arch Cape, Smuggler's Cove, Cape Falcon and more, accompanied with a range of outdoor activities including windsurfing and swimming.
90% 69 votes
Cannon Beach, OR 97110 MoreLess Info
Visitors can enjoy a variety of recreational activities like playing frisbee, swimming and surfing at Cannon Beach. The beach has been the site for many notable movies because of its close proximity to Haystack Rock.
93% 28 votes
163 E Gower Street, Cannon Beach, OR 97110 MoreLess Info
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.
100% 6 votes
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.
100% 1 votes
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.
97% 1923 votes
Highway 101, Cannon Beach, OR 97110 MoreLess Info
Haystack Rock is a natural stack of rocks located on the Cannon beach and is believed to be one of the tallest intertidal structures around. It is a designated National Wildlife Refuge being the nesting location of multiple migratory birds.
80% 130 votes
One mile offshore, just west of Tillamook Head, Cannon Beach, OR 97110 MoreLess Info
Built in 1881, Tillamook Rock Lighthouse sits atop a rock outcrop and is best viewed from Ecola State Park as well as Canon Beach.