Here is a map of the wedding and local lodging recommendations and other pertinent information. You can use this interactive map to get directions from one place on the map to another (say, the airport to the ceremony, or from your hotel to a restaurant).
If you choose to stay somewhere other than the hotels on the map, please let us know! It is very easy for us to add locations to the map, so that you can use it for getting custom directions without needing to look up addresses or anything.
Of course, we can't possibly include EVERYTHING on this map. So, we've included a few helpful resources below for you to plan you trip.
- Oregon Coast Visitors Association
With suggestions of things to do and places to stay, the Oregon Coast Visitors Association website is the best way for you to start planning your trip.
- Go Northwest Travel Guide: Gearhart, OR
There's not too much on here, but it does have information about vacation rentals, as well as dining and shopping in Gearhart proper.
- Seaside Visitors Bureau
Just south of Gearhart, Seaside has been a popular ocean resort town for over a century. The Visitors Bureau website provides the normal info: lodging, events, and a form to request a free travel guide.
- Cannon Beach Chamber and Information Center
Currently the most popular town on the north coast, Cannon Beach is a cute little town of boutiques, B&Bs, and iconic Haystack Rock. The chamber of commerce website has lots of information about things to see and do in this bustling tourist town.
- Astoria and Warrenton Chamber of Commerce
Astoria is so much more than just the house in the movie Goonies - though it is that too. Seated where the Columbia River meets the Pacific, Astoria is full of history and charm. Don't overlook it just because it's a little farther from the wedding; it's a beautiful drive and totally worth it! Plus, since it's not a traditional beach town, you may be able to score cheaper rooms here than in Cannon Beach or Seaside.