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Located about 45 minutes south of Lincoln City (roughly 32 miles), the name of this community is the one consistent link to native inhabitants who perceived this rugged patch of Oregon in much the same way.

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Welcome Home Ocean View 3D Tour
3 Bedroom | 2.5 Bath | Sleeps 8

Welcome Home Ocean View - Seal Rock, OR

From $109
Cormorant's Crest 3D Tour
3 Bedroom | 2 Bath | Sleeps 8

Cormorant's Crest - Seal Rock, OR

From $117
Seal Rock Seaclusion 3D Tour
2 Bedroom | 2.5 Bath | Sleeps 8

Seal Rock Seaclusion - Seal Rock, OR

From $126
Seal Rock Getaway 3D Tour
2 Bedroom | 2 Bath | Sleeps 6

Seal Rock Getaway - Seal Rock, OR

From $76
Seadrifter Oceanfront Beach House 3D Tour
4 Bedroom | 2 Bath | Sleeps 8

Seadrifter Oceanfront Beach House - Seal Rock, OR

From $170

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Recent Seal Rock vacation rental reviews

The best thing about this house is the view from the big picture windows. The rocky beach across the road was our favorite on this section of the beautiful Oregon coast. The house is comfortable and had everything we needed for a relaxing week. It was clean and cozy. The nautical themed decor throughout the house is a bit over the top but we were intrigued by the "Captain" and would like to know more about the man who obviously had a notable career in the Navy. The traffic on Hwy 101 right in front of the house is certainly noticeable but since we were there in October it wasn't too bothersome. The house has had a few upgrades and could use some more but over all we would recommend it as a casual and comfortable getaway place.
Janet G. | Oct 2021
Pros: The home was gorgeous and fit our family’s needs very well. The view of the ocean from the great room and kitchen was beautiful. The home had almost everything you would need for a week-long trip at the ocean. The house was secluded, and the seal rock state park was just a short drive off highway 101. The entertainment system and the pool table downstairs allowed for rainy day activities. Cons: The biggest issue upon our arrival was being locked out. It took many phone calls and over two and a half hours to get into the house due to the lockbox not functioning properly. Overall, a beautiful house, but ill kept! Could have been cleaner. Not up to the quality that I expected for the price.
James H. | Aug 2021
We had a great time in this home. It’s a bit rustic, but that’s what we expect from a beach house that accepts dogs. We had good weather so we spent most of our time on the deck. The view Friday m the deck is incredible. Took out the telescope and watched seals on seal rock. Watched cormorants and spotted some pelicans. Given how much time we spent on the deck we came up with some suggestions. A string of outside lights would be helpful. More comfortable deck chairs. The chairs there are colorful and fun, but this 70 year old found them hard on the tailbone and hard to get out of. A couch would be great :). Also, to improve the view you could cut the bushes down or maybe raise the upper part of the deck so you can see over the railing when you sit in the chairs. It would be great if you could cut the bushes to a height that lets you see the ocean from the hot tub. The hot tub was absolutely wonderful. One serious suggestion. Get rid of the rugs. Rugs are not good in a place that allows dogs. I like that the beds are high because it eliminated a battle to keep the dogs off. On the other hand the height offered a bit of a challenge to this old lady.
Patricia C. | Aug 2021

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Since antiquity, the long chain of partially submerged rocks stretching along the shore has indeed played host to seals and sea lions. Visitors can catch glimpses from Seal Rock State Recreation Site. What has endured over the years, however, is Seal Rock's reputation as a resort, a place that somehow has restorative powers even beyond its natural beauty. Needless to say a stay in an Oregon Coast vacation rental in Seal Rock will definitely leave you feeling well-rested and restored.

Managed by the Oregon Parks and Recreation Department, the wildlife at Seal Rock State Recreation Site is "no-fee," and is not just limited to the ever-popular seals. Birds like Murres, Peregrine Falcons, Black Oystercatchers, and the rare Tufted Puffin can be seen here as well. An even greater variety of marine creatures can be seen in the tide pools. Depending on the tide level, you can observe roughly 21 different sea creatures ranching from Giant Green Anemones to Red Sea Cucumbers. Developed for day-use, the park's picnic area is in a pleasant stand of shore pine, spruce and salal. Head two minutes north of Seal Rock to Ona Beach State Park where you'll find a great place to launch your boat, take a kayak tour through the Beaver Creek Wetland, take a hike, or fish.

Given its abundant environment and kaleidoscope of seascapes and vistas that vary in mood and color depending on the time of day, it's no surprise that Seal Rock has also nurtured a community of artists. Within just a couple miles north and south of the village are galleries where artists offer everything from hand-blown glass, wood carvings, paintings and sculptures.

Whether you stay in a Seal Rock vacation rental for the wildlife, the scenery, or the serenity of the unspoiled beaches, you just might feel the same restorative power that so many have felt in this beautiful, pristine area.