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The Weather in Rockaway Beach
Check out the climate diagram for Rockaway Beach. August is the warmest month of the year in Rockaway Beach with temperatures reaching a maximum average of 71°. However, temperatures can go lower than 35° in Rockaway Beach in January. The rainiest month is December while the driest month is July.
Enjoy Oregon's stunning coast with a Rockaway Beach vacation home
With a vacation home in Rockaway Beach, you'll be positioned on a beautiful, rugged stretch of coastline by the Pacific Ocean. Visit great museums, ride the Oregon Coast Scenic Railroad, and even go whale watching.
Rockaway Beach has plenty of restaurants that are perfect for families, covering a range of cuisines. For upscale dishes in a friendly setting, head to Offshore Grill and Coffee House. Their hearty breakfasts are a great way to start the day, while dinner favorites include pan fried oysters and roasted duck salad. There's even a separate kids' menu for each meal of the day.
Beach Bakeshop is the place to pick up fresh bread, cakes and pastries, while Grumpy's Cafe is known for its mouthwatering waffles and friendly service, despite the name.
Ships, trains and planes
Take a ride on the Oregon Coast Scenic Railroad for spectacular views. Primarily running between Garibaldi and Rockaway Beach, this steam-powered heritage train will excite children and adults alike, as you marvel at the natural beauty of Tillamook Bay.
Tillamook Air Museum is home to vintage aircraft, curious aviation paraphernalia, and an enormous air blimp hangar. The Garibaldi Museum, meanwhile, has still more treasures to discover. Charting the maritime history of the Pacific Northwest, it features a model of the 18th-century vessel, the Lady Washington.
Make the most of the coast
For relaxing walks, fantastic photo opportunities, or to sunbathe in the summer, visit the 7 miles of sandy Rockaway Beach. The so-called Twin Rocks, set off the coast, are truly impressive, while there are regular events held here including a kite festival and a 4th of July fireworks display.
Nearby Depoe Bay might be small, but it bills itself as the 'world's whale watching capital'. You certainly have a good chance of seeing these majestic animals surfacing on one of the whale watching tours that set off from here regularly through the summer.
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