Garibaldi (North)

Nestled into the hills just north of Tillamook rests a small fishing village with a love of history and fresh seafood—Garibaldi gives its all.

Oregon Coast Scenic Railroad
In Garibaldi, time-travel to the days of steam engines as a locomotive takes you along Tillamook Bay and Oregon Coast for gorgeous views of the ocean.

Garibaldi Maritime Museum
The Pacific Northwest is thick with maritime heritage, appreciated and displayed at the Garibaldi Maritime Museum. Time travel to the 18th century and learn of Captain Robert Gray’s discovery of the Columbia, in addition to the complete history of Garibaldi.

Fishing
The Garibaldi Marina has all the gear and tools you need to catch Chinook salmon, tuna, halibut, lingcod, rockfish, Dungeness crab and octopus. Set sail to catch your dinner.

Kayaking
One of the most extensive and oldest guide services on the Oregon Coast, Kayak Tillamook offers flat water sightseeing and instructional tours year-round, covering inland waterways, coastal bays, rivers, forested sloughs, backwater channels and fresh water lakes. Spend time in Garibaldi’s harbor, or venture further out to Tillamook Bay.

Restaurant Scene

Garibaldi Portside Bistro
971-265-1567
606 Biak Avenue

Source Oyster & Wine Bar
503-714-1425
402 Garibaldi Avenue

Fish Peddler at Pacific Oyster
503-377-2323
5150 Hayes Oyster Drive (Bay City)

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