Location

Event Location

The event will be held at the Tierra Del Mar Beach Access, one Mile North past Cape Kiwanda on the Three Capes Scenic Loop off of Highway 101.

Maps

Tierra Del Mar State Recreation Area: 28908 Sandlake Road, Pacific City Oregon

Pacific City, Oregon: (Google Maps link)

Local Chamber of Commerce

http://www.pcnvchamber.org/

Local Area Information

http://www.pacificcity.org/


Directions

The closest International Airport to the event is Portland International Airport (PDX). http://www2.portofportland.com/PDX

The drive from PDX is approximately 1.5 hours west to Pacific City, Oregon.

From Portland:


From Salem:


Accommodations

Full List

http://www.pcnvchamber.org/stay/where-to-stay.htm

Event Registration Hotel

http://www.pacificcityinn.com/

Please support the Pacific City Inn and its incredible on site Delicate Palate Restaurant and Bistro: http://www.delicatepalate.com/

Vacation Beach Home Rentals

http://www.seaview4u.com/

Campsites

PLEASE NOTE- there is no overnight camping on the Surfslam event site or beach of Tierra Del Mar State Recreation Area. At the following link you will find details on the six local County Park: http://www.co.tillamook.or.us/gov/parks/Campgrounds.htm. You can also camp and park your RV at the Thousand Trails RV & Camping Resort which is only one half mile South of the event site. http://www.thousandtrails.com/oregon/pacific-city-rv-camping-resort/

Hungry?

Our host restaurants are The Grateful Bread Bakery (Espresso/Breakfast/Lunch) http://www.pacificcity.org/GratefulBread/home.html , Los Coporales Mexican Restaurant (Lunch/Dinner/Dangerous Drinks) http://pacificcity.org/LosCaporales/restaruant.html and the Delicate Palate Bistro and Bar (Amazing Dinner/Drinks) http://www.delicatepalate.com/.

Thirsty?

Friday and Saturday night refreshment headquarters are going to be at a the Oar House, 34455 Brooten Rd. Pacific City, OR 97135. PH: (503) 965-6001. Hours: Fri-Sat 11 am to 1:00 am. Please Tell Jessica and the staff thanks for opening their doors to the (sometimes obnoxious) Surfslam visitors.