Seaside’s 1.5-mile oceanfront promenade and its famous automobile turnaround at the beach are among Oregon's most famous landmarks. Dating from the 1920s, the Prom is the perfect place for a morning jog, a casual walk, a bicycle ride or just enjoying Seaside's best people-watching. Take in the spectacular panoramic views of the Pacific Ocean, beachgrass-covered dunes and the rainforest-covered Tillamook Head as you stroll past oceanfront homes and resorts. Stop to see the Lewis & Clark Monument at the Seaside Turnaround where the explorers and their Corps of Discovery spent time making salt to help cure and preserve their meat.
Stroll to the beach and shopping areas
Family spot. Lots of kids having fun at both the beach and at the shops.
You haven’t truly experienced Seaside until you’ve explored the Promenade. Known to locals as “The Prom,” Seaside’s Promenade follows the Pacific Coast for one and a half scenic miles. Its spacious walkways can take you to some of the city’s best entertainment, dining, and lodging options.
The Prom isn’t exclusively a walking trail. Bike rentals are a local-approved travel method on the Promenade. A self-guided tour from your bike down the Promenade can introduce you to the Seaside Historical Society Museum, the Seaside Aquarium, and local food hangouts — like Maggie’s on the Prom.
We think a visit here is an absolute must when visiting Seaside, Oregon!
Very foggy this lunch time stroll but a very nice walk. Great to get out of car for a bit.
Nice area to walk plus it was the end of the line.
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