Cannon Beach, OR, USA

Cannon Beach, OR, USA

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Our 2018 property listings offer a large selection of 782 vacation rentals near Cannon Beach. From 538 houses to 110 condos, find a unique house rental for you to enjoy a memorable stay with your family and friends. The best places to stay near Cannon Beach for a holiday or a weekend are on HomeAway.

Cannon Beach—say "hey" to the famed Haystack Rock

Cannon Beach's reputation as one of the coziest, most charming towns on the Oregon coast is as solid as Haystack Rock, which stands 235 feet tall at low tide, and is as popular with locals and visitors as it is with the gulls and tufted puffins that call it home. At a Cannon Beach vacation rental, you'll wake up to ocean views and the sound of waves crashing on miles of sandy shores, and the self-catering facilities let you whip up a picnic lunch before heading out to the beach or hiking trails.

Experience the great outdoors at Cannon Beach

With a heart-pumping menu that includes hiking, surfing, and cycling, Cannon Beach will surely get outdoorsy types fired up. Kite-flying, horseback riding, and beachcombing are some great activities for families. You can even pack some lunches and head to a picnic ground, or cool off indoors at a seaside mall. Alternatively, just meander along the quiet streets and pop into the art galleries and quaint boutiques you're sure to come across. At the end of the day, put your feet up in your Cannon Beach vacation rental—you've certainly earned it!

Meet "Terrible Tilly" at Ecola State Park

At the northern end of Cannon Beach, you'll find Ecola State Park, whose claim to fame is that it was a filming location for "The Goonies". That's not the only reason this 1,023-acre park ranks among Oregon's top attractions—it has nature trails, picnic grounds, and whale-watching spots, and the views of Haystack Rock are sublime. Bring binoculars and you might spot "Terrible Tilly", an 1881 lighthouse that sits on an inaccessible rock rising from the ocean. Back in town, swing by the Primary Elements Gallery and peruse the photographs, sculptures, and wood and glass art on display.

Chill out in Cannon Beach (the ocean breeze helps)

Thanks to a lot of rainy and windy days, Cannon Beach is a great stop for storm-chasers. That said, this coastal town's Mediterranean climate means temperatures are generally moderate, and even at the height of summer—specifically August, when the temperature can hit 60 degrees—ocean breezes will keep you from getting too hot. January is the coolest month, with an average temp of 44 degrees, which December has the most wet days. Cannon Beach vacation rentals tend to be more affordable in winter, but if you're visiting then, pack some layers and waterproof gear.

Don't get "tide" up at Hug Point State Recreation Site

About 5 miles south of Cannon Beach lies scenic Hug Point State Recreation Site. Walk around and you'll find caves in the sandstone cliffs, tide pools at low tide, and a seasonal waterfall. North of the parking lot, when the tide is low, you can still find the original road where pioneers traveled by stagecoach—the ruts left by wagon wheels will give it away. You can explore Hug Point's beach and headlands, but be mindful of the tide and sand conditions, or else you might get stranded by the incoming tide.