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If you’re contemplating where you’re going to go this spring break, stop where you are: we’ve found the perfect spot for you. Seaside, Oregon is great for folks who want to unwind on the beach, try some fantastic craft beer, or find quiet time hiking and paddling off the beaten path.


Beaches
If you’re a beachgoer, you won’t have to travel far to find your spring break sweet spot. Head to Seaside beach, a popular place for students on break. It’s located just next to Seaside’s Promenade, a 1.5 mile walk along the coast. The beach even has volleyball nets, if you’re looking to have some fun in the sand while you get your heart rate up.
For the quieter types, you can drive down to Ecola State Park: once you’re there, visit Indian Beach or Crescent Beach, which tend to be less crowded. Indian Beach is a short walk from the park’s entrance, while Crescent Beach is located a mile down.

Beer
Oregon is known for its exceptional craft beer scene, and Seaside is no exception. You and your friends can go on a microbrewery tour and taste the town’s finest small-batch craft beer. For starters, try Seaside Brewery , the city’s most well-known microbrewery. For hard-core beer connoisseurs, travel the Oregon north coast craft beer trail, which covers 10 breweries along the Oregon coast from Astoria to Seaside.

Hiking and Paddling
For outdoorsy folks, there are plenty of spots to fall in love with in Seaside. First, visit Ecola State Park and hike the historical Lewis and Clark Trail. If you like to be near the water, you can paddle down the Neawanna River. See this traveler’s paddling adventure for an insider’s take on this serene paddling experience.

Are you excited about Seaside yet? These are just a few of Seaside’s best hidden jewels, but there’s so much to see and do in Seaside that we couldn’t hope to cover it in these few short sentences. We hope, however, that you can see that Seaside, Oregon is the perfect destination for you and your friends to venture to this spring break. If you’re looking for a place to stay for your spring break vacation, Rogers Inn Vacation Rentals offers condo and beach house rentals on the Oregon coast.

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