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Nehalem Bay State Park  Camping and day use areas.
Located just south of Manzanita, the Park extends to the tip of the spit enclosing Nehalem Bay and features large RV and tent campgrounds, yurts, a horse camp with corrals, airstrip with fly-in camping, and a hiker-biker camp. A wonderful camping location with wildlife galore, where you can spend your afternoon on a kayak trip around Nehalem Bay, take a short walk over the dunes to the beach and watch the sunset over the ocean in the shadow of Neah-Kah-Nie Mountain.

Oswald West State Park  Day use areas and hiking trails.
About 3 miles north of Manzanita on Highway 101, the beach is a quarter of a mile walk from Highway 101 and is nestled in a cove that provides you with a feeling of total privacy. Popular with surfers and boogie boarders, the beach is always alive with activity. Surrounded by the mountains, the beach at Oswald West offers great views and lovely picnic sites.

Community Facilities

Pine Grove Community House  Community meeting hall available for events
The building is located in downtown Manzanita, just three blocks from the beach and within walking distance to markets and shops. It was built by local volunteer carpenters and dedicated in 1933. The cedar shake exterior and white trim around the windows is representative of the architecture of the Oregon coast area.

Hoffman Center for Art, Culture, and Education Classes, concerts and other events
Located at the corner of Division and Laneda, the Hoffman Center is a community arts center sponsoring writing and art classes, small concerts and other cultural events.

Manzanita Library Pubic reading areas, books, magazines, computers and other materials
The Manzanita Library is located on Laneda Avenue, up the street from City Hall. A branch of the Tillamook County Library, it provides public reading areas, periodicals, computers, children's activities and other media. The North Tillamook Library Friends own and maintain the library building and grounds.

Nehalem Valley Historical Society Located beneath the Pine Grove Community House at 225 Laneda Avenue, the Nehalem Valley Historical Society is devoted to preserving the rich cultural heritage of Manzanita, Wheeler and Nehalem. From a pre-history visit by Sir Frances Drake to the modern towns of today, the area’s legacy is unique.


CART’M Recycling Recycling drop-off center and trash disposal.
Operated by a non-profit community organization, the CART’M facilities include the area’s free recycling drop-off center as well as a resale store specializing in used building materials, household items, books, toys, tools, hardware, art/craft supplies, electronics, furniture and all manner of eclectic and eccentric items. It is all part of Manzanita’s effort toward recycling and zero waste.

Nehalem Bay Emergency Volunteer Corps Information on emergency preparedness.
This a community-supported site that offers information on preparation for emergencies of any sort.

Tillamook County Transportation District (TCTD) Public transportation
The District provides passenger bus and dial-a-ride services countywide and to Cannon Beach and Portland.

The Rinehart Clinic Medical services.
The Clinic is a federally designated Rural Health Clinic located in Wheeler about 3 miles south of Manzanita.

Adventist Health Medical Group - Manzanita Urgent, Primary & Specialty Care Medical services.
Manzanita is located just east of the City along Highway 101. The address is 10445 NeahKahNie Creek Road.


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