Moving To Seaside

If you’re thinking of relocating or moving to Seaside you’ve made a great choice. Seaside is not just a place on the map; it’s a ‘lifestyle’. Seaside and its surrounding areas offer ocean, lakes, rivers, trails, a vibrant and friendly community, and great deal of culture. Still considered in some Government grants as ‘pioneer country’ Seaside situated in Clatsop County offers rugged coastline, vast forested areas yet all the amenities that a modern community has to offer. Clatsop County was recently voted in the top five places to retire in the USA. It’s a testament to the great lifestyle and wonderful area originally inhabited by the Clatsop/Nehalem Indian Tribes……… We have many people who have relocated to this area, and all stay here because they love it. Once you’re here, you won’t want to leave…………Click On Our Relocation Guide To Download It

Some Seaside History

The Seaside area was originally inhabited by the Clatsop and Nehalem Indians. Explorers Lewis & Clark sent men south from Fort Clatsop (8 miles north) to make salt for the return trip. They found a spot at what is now Seaside, the official end of the Lewis & Clark Trail.  A railroad man named Ben Holladay built a large resort and called it the “Seaside House” in the 1870”s . The town was incorporated in 1899 and is known as Oregon’s oldest resort community. In the 1920’s Seaside residents replaced a wooden boardwalk along the beach with the concrete walk-way known as the “Prom” or “Promenade” and the famous turn-around. The Lewis and Clark statue was added in 1990.

Everything from fishing to kite surfing to sitting on the deck and watching the sunset. Seaside and its surrounding area offers over 11 miles of sandy beaches and all the recreation that anyone with an interest or hobby could want. Seaside is a recreation paradise and is truly a walking community. Here are just a few of our many things to see and do here in Seaside. Helicopter Rides – Aquarium – Antique Shopping – Amusements & Arcades – Beach Fun – Volleyball – Crabbing – Fishing – Hiking – State Parks – Kite Flying – Walking the Famous Promenade (1.5 miles) – Bowling – Whale watching – Bird watching – Pacific Ocean watching – Historical Museums – Kayaking – Canoeing – Gift Shops – Galleries – Factory Outlet Center – Surfing – Boogie Boarding – Movie Theater – Indoor public Pool – Youth Center – Tennis Courts – Historic Sites – Golf Courses (Three in Five Mile Radius) – and much more… Add to this the great ocean air and a warm, friendly community, it’s no wonder that Seaside is a destination for so many families, sports enthusiasts, and people who just want to kick back and enjoy life.