Parallel to Seaside Beach
Seaside, OR 97138
Live Music Venue
Seaside Promenade Description
One and a half miles long, the Seaside Promenade (known to all as "The Prom") used to be a wood boardwalk, but was replaced by a concrete promenade in the 1920s. The Prom is now a great place to take a stroll and watch the waves and the world go by. Visitors come to Seaside for the town's lively, beachside carnival atmosphere and The Prom's a part of that. The world's largest volleyball tournament and the Hood to Coast Relay Race both take place at Seaside beach.
Toddlers & Pre-K: Kids get a tactile appreciation for history as they climb on the Lewis and Clark statue at the turnaround point on The Prom (where it intersects Broadway). There's also a swing set on the beach below.
Pre-Teens & Teens: After a day of arcades, bumper cars, and salt water taffy, teens will enjoy the facetime (and all the pooches) on The Prom.
- Good for strollers. The paved walkway makes this a hit with parents and babies.
- Go at sunset. Dozens of people (locals and tourists alike) gather on The Prom at dusk to watch the sun set over the water.
Just the Facts
Hours: 24 hours per day, 7 days per week
Recommended Time: Less than 1 hour