Oceanside, California: West Coast Longest Wooden Pier

If you want to chase the sun in southern California, Oceanside Pier is about as far as you can go (on wood) without getting your feet wet.

101 Pier View Way, Oceanside, CA
The Pier begins at the intersection of N. Pacific St. and Pier View Way.
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West Coast Longest Wooden Pier

At 1,954 feet from end to end, Oceanside Pier is one of the longest on the west coast. It was first built in 1888 at what is now Wisconsin Avenue, but was destroyed by storms in the winter of 1890. The current Pier was dedicated on July 4, 1927.

[Traci, 02/19/2018]

Nearby Offbeat Places

Top Gun HouseTop Gun House, Oceanside, CA - < 1 mi.
California Surf Museum: Shark-Chomped BoardCalifornia Surf Museum: Shark-Chomped Board, Oceanside, CA - < 1 mi.
101 Cafe - Highway 101 Museum101 Cafe - Highway 101 Museum, Oceanside, CA - < 1 mi.
In the region:
Jedediah Smith, Mountain Man, San Dimas, CA - 68 mi.

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