Welcome to Tillamook, which literally means the land of many waters in the salishan language, is located on the Northern Oregon Coast tucked between the Coastal Range Mountains and the Pacific Ocean. The City of Tillamook is the gateway to the area where some of the most beautiful beaches on the Oregon Coast are located. We are also home to World Class Chinook Salmon fishing with three major bays and seven major rivers. The bays are outstanding for crabbing and clamming and provide access to ocean fishing.
Tillamook is also home to the Tillamook Cheese Factory, the most visited tourist attraction on the Oregon Coast also boast of a maritime museum, naval air museum and county historic museum in addition to being surrounded by 364,000 acres of mountains, forests, rivers and streams that make up the Tillamook State Forest. There is much to see and do in this scenic part of our state with outdoor recreation activities topping the list.
Whale Watching River, ocean and surf fishing, Kite Flying, Hang Gliding, Horseback Riding, Golfing, Wildflower viewing, Hiking, Camping, Beachcombing, Storm watching, Wonderful seasonal bazaars, Southernmost end of the famous Three Capes Scenic Loop, Cape Kiwanda, Cape Meares and Cape Lookout Sand Lake Recreation Area
Several beaches around Tillamook are excellent for Surfing.
Deep sea fishing
South Tillamook County and the Nestucca Wildlife Refuge are both
notable destination for birders Migrating and wintering geese and other wildlife
The Oregon coast is most photographed destination in America