Cannon Beach is a famous, picturesque small-town village here on the northern Oregon Coast. It's been recognized as the “best overall beach in Oregon”, one of America's best art towns, and one of the world's most beautiful places. It's most famous for Haystack Rock, a 235 ft-tall sea stack that is accessible by foot at low tide. Named after a naval cannon that washed up after a shipwreck in the 1840's, Cannon Beach has a ton of character, a thriving downtown, loads of engaging community events, and beautiful Cape Cod styled homes.
Currently, in Cannon Beach, any owner of property in certain zones can apply for a 14-day short-term rental permit, provided that they do not already hold a sort-term rental permit, however not all who apply are granted a permit. To get the most current information on Short Term Rentals, please visit the City of Cannon Beach's website here
In Cannon Beach, the summers are comfortable and partly cloudy and the winters are cold, wet, windy, and mostly cloudy. Over the course of the year, the temperature typically varies from 40°F to 67°F and is rarely below 32°F or above 75°F. For tourists and those that enjoy the outdoors, the best time of year to visit Cannon Beach is from early July to late August, however many also enjoy coming during storm season in the fall.
Cannon Beach is a tsunami ready city with a community warning system, dedicated evacuation routes, assembly locations and an emergency cache container program that is open to the public. Click here
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