Beachfront Vacation Rentals in Rockaway Beach, OR – Oceanfront House Rentals

Beachfront Vacation Rentals in Rockaway Beach, OREGON

Oceanfront Rockaway Beach Vacation Rentals by Meredith Lodging

If you adore both the ocean and the forest, Rockaway Beach is your kind of place. Beautiful Rockaway Beach has seven miles of sandy beach, interior lakes, and numerous hiking trails. The terminus station for Oregon Scenic Railroad’s steam train attracts people with annual festivals including a kite festival, pirate festival, and 4th of July fireworks. Shop, dine in Rockaway or go on vacation to explore the North Oregon Coast by car or rail. Come stay in one of our beachfront Rockaway Beach vacation rentals and see why this wonderful beach town has been such a desirable vacation destination for generations!

Vacation rentals by Meredith Lodging

Live that beach life in Rockaway Beach with Meredith Lodging!

Frequently Asked Questions

Are these house rentals listed on Airbnb and Vrbo?

Yes. As part of our services to our homeowners, we list their homes on all major booking sites. We offer homeowners flexibility and allow them to opt out of any platforms they do not wish to be on.

What is there to do in Rockaway Beach other than go to the beach?

There are plenty of hiking trails, restaurants, and boutique retail shops. Some attractions in Rockaway Beach include Cape Meares Lighthouse, the Octopus Tree, and much, much more. Check out Meredith Lodging’s blog post about what to do in Rockaway Beach HERE. Rockaway is full of activities, things to see, experience, or eat or drink.

Can I bring my dog to my Rockaway Beach vacation rental?

If your house rental is pet-friendly, then by all means. The pet fee is $60 for your entire stay. Each Rockaway Beach vacation house listing is marked with a dog print if it is pet friendly.

Is Rockaway Beach pet-friendly?

Dogs are welcome in most public places in Rockaway Beach if they are on a leash or under voice or signal command.

What can you do on the beaches of the Oregon Coast?

Things to do on the beach include:

whale watching,
storm watching,
fly kites,
beach volleyball,
boogie boarding,
beach hayrides, and
much more.

The Coast is a beachgoer’s paradise with over 363 miles of coastline to explore. With so many things to do, it’s no wonder that the Oregon Coast is a popular vacation destination.