Lodging & Dining

Participants arrange their own lodging

Each morning we will meet at a different starting/ending point: in Warrenton on Friday and Saturday and at Circle Creek Conservation Center in Seaside on Sunday. Details will be posted on the ROUTE page. We recommend you seek lodging in Seaside or the nearby towns of Cannon Beach, Gearhart, Warrenton or Astoria; you’ll find a wide range of hotels, motels, and vacation rentals. For camping, we recommend Fort Stevens State Park or one of many private campgrounds in the area.

Don’t delay in making your reservations; September is a busy month for vacationers on the Oregon Coast.

CoastWalk Oregon typically provides snacks at our midpoint rest stops and lunch at the end of Day Three. This year, to discourage gathering all in one place, we are skipping the finale lunch but plan to provide more robust snacks every day–the equivalent of lunch, allowing you to nibble at your own time and place along the trail or after the hike.

We start early in the morning, before most cafes open, so you may want to plan to prepare your own breakfast rather than eat breakfast out. You’ll find a variety of dining options from Astoria to Cannon Beach.

“The hiking was well thought out. And the views were spectacular! You all did a fantastic job thinking of everything.”

—Bebe, Gearhart OR, CWO 2016

“Love the hard work you do to get the best trail routes.”

—Amy, Medford OR, CWO 2017-2018-2019

Recommended Lodging & Dining

These businesses offer discounts to CoastWalk Oregon participants or support CoastWalk Oregon. We may be adding to the list through spring 2021, so check this page again before securing your lodging. Be sure to identify yourself as a CoastWalk Oregon participant when you make your lodging reservation to receive your discount (typically valid for one year only).

10% discount on lodging

10% discount on lodging

10% discount on lodging

10% discount on lodging