Oregon Lighthouses

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Perhaps more than any other lighthouses in America, Oregon lighthouses are famous for their beauty, history, and lore. Along Pacific Coast Highway from southern to northern Oregon, the lighthouse enthusiast will find nine stunning and historic lighthouses to view and explore.

The nine lighthouses are Cape Blanco, Tillamook Rock, Cape Arago, Umpqua River, Heceta Head, Yaquina Bay, Yaquina Head, Coquille River, and Cape Meares. Perhaps equally as interesting to the lighthouse aficionado, there are two additional lighthouses in Oregon that were built onto private homes by lighthouse enthusiasts. These are Cleft of the Rock and Port of Brookings. Both are privately owned and can only be viewed at a distance.

Merchandise Featuring Oregon Lighthouses

Once you have fallen in love with Oregon lighthouses, you will want to purchase gift items that feature these nine wonders of the Pacific coast. The popularity of these lighthouses means that they can be found on everything from postcards and greeting cards to t-shirts and collector's plates. These items make great gifts for yourself or friends and loved ones.

Of course, if you take a trip to the Oregon coast, you will find many of these products. If you have not had the chance to visit these lighthouses in person, however, you can still buy merchandise featuring Oregon lighthouses at online retailers that specialize in lighthouse gifts. I recommend choosing an online retailer that is based in Oregon. This will ensure that your products are the genuine Oregon Lighthouse article.


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