Tillamook County, Oregon
|County Seat:|| Tillamook |
|Founded:|| December 15, 1853|
Named after the Tillamook Indians, the county was the twelfth county in Oregon to be organized.
County has seventy-five miles of coastline, four bays, and nine rivers,
allowing for a great range of recreational and tourist activities.
Principal industries are agriculture, fishing, lumber and recreation.
The county’s valleys are dominated by dairy farms. These provide milk for the cheese factories within the county.
Activities within the county include fishing, boating, crabbing, beach combing, hiking, clamming, and hunting.
Cities and Towns in the County
|Aldervale||Enright||Manhattan Beach||Pacific City|
|Bay City||Happy Hollow||Neahkahnie Beach||Tierra Del Mar|
|Beaver||Hathaway Mead||Nedonna Beach||Tillamook|
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