Tillamook County Quilt Trail

The Only One of its Kind on the West Coast

Wondering what those colorful squares are decorating buildings and barns all across Tillamook County? That would be the Tillamook County Quilt Trail – the only quilt trail this side of the Rockies. It started in 2009 as a self-guided tour helping to preserve the culturally diverse heritage of the area and simultaneously connecting it to Tillamook’s strong relationship with quilting and textiles. Now, more than 100 hand-painted blocks can be spotted between Manzanita and Neskowin. There’s even a downtown walking version.

Frequently Asked Questions

  • Is there a map available of all the blocks?

    You can pick up a map at the Tillamook Chamber HQ, located at 208 Main Ave. in downtown Tillamook.

  • Who manages the TIllamook County Quilt Trail?

    The Trail was originally started and managed by a dedicated group of volunteers who planned the Trail and painted the blocks themselves. Now, it is under the capable hands of Visit Tillamook Coast.