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Cannon Beach
Photo By Kevin Mcneal

  • Title: Cannon Beach
  • State/Province/Region: Oregon
  • Country: United States
  • Nearest Area: USA 101
  • Nearest Town: Cannon Beach
  • Brief Directions: From Seattle I-5 South; Exit 36 (Kelso/Longview); Highway 432 West to Highway 433 and South to U.S. 30; Cross Lewis & Clark Bridge over the Columbia River; U.S. 30 West to Astoria; U.S. 101 South (to Seaside/Cannon Beach) and take 2nd Cannon Beach exit; West on Sunset Blvd to Hemlock; North on Hemlock to Gower
  • Notes: Great place for the individual who loves long walks on the beach
  • Best Season: Spring
  • Gear: Tripod Polarizer Hip Waders to get wet
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