On this page:
- Facility Description
- Rental Rates
- Deposit and Cancellation Policies
- Contact Information
- Availability Calendar
The Oceanside Community Club is available for rental year-round. Winter weather on the Oregon coast means the wave-watching is more interesting!
Please read the Rental Rules of Use. If you have any questions or concerns about renting the building or would like to make reservations, please Contact the Oceanside Community Club.
The breath taking, unobstructed view from the patio looks from Three Arch Rocks (right photo) south to Cape Lookout.
The large cement patio is bordered by low landscaping.
The hall is located at 1550 Pacific Avenue, Oceanside, OR 97141
Note that the mailing address is P.O. Box 329, Oceanside, OR 97134
(non-profit/area resident* rate available – contact us)
|Full day (8AM to midnight)||$350|
|Half day (8AM to 2PM) or (4PM to midnight)||$250|
|Second Full Day and Subsequent Days||$300|
|Hall access for set up or clean up||$60|
|(Hall access means access to the hall the night before or morning after a rental, and is only available if the hall is not rented by someone else)|
|$125||The Cleaning & Damage Deposit amount to be refunded is based on the condition of the hall after rental use. Up to $100 of the deposit is refundable.|
Phone Ron at 503-815-1177.
Please call between 9 am to 6 pm Monday through Saturday.
You can also email Ron at firstname.lastname@example.org with questions about availability or the facilities, but please call for any urgent matters.
Oceanside Community Club Reservations
c/o Ron Trambley
P.O. Box 329
Oceanside, OR 97134
Reservation & Cancellation Policy
Reservation payment should be made with rental application. Confirmation of date(s) will be made upon receipt of full payment at least 60 days in advance.
Cancel within 30 days of Rental Date and the full cleaning/damage deposit and half of the rental fee will be refunded.
The grassy lot south of the Community Club is also rentable from its private owner — contact info available on request.
* Area Resident is defined as being a part-time or full-time resident and/or owning property within the Netarts-Oceanside Rural Fire Department District. Area resident must be principal user.
NOTE: The availability calendar is usually “up to date”, but contact Ron for actual availability.
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