Clarion Inn Surfrider Resort
3115 N.W. Highway 101
Depoe Bay, OR 97341
Phone: (541) 764-2311
Fax: (541) 764-4634
3115 N.W. Highway 101, Depoe Bay, OR, US, 97341
- Phone: (541) 764-2311
- Fax: (541) 764-4634
Bring a picnic basket, binoculars, and a camera to enjoy beautiful Boiler Bay. Boiler Bay is a fantastic place to get a feel for the volatile Oregon Coast with its churning and magnificent surf. The Bay also features a plethora of wildlife, including migrating gray whales that can be viewed from the nearby observatory or with a great set of lenses from near the rocks. The pelicans and oyster catchers provide a show as they fly by, eating whatever may be available. If you're standing near the water, watch out for rogue waves. They splash up pretty high.
Whale watching from the Oregon Coast doesn't get any better than at Depoe Bay Whale Watching Center. The position of the center atop a plateau overlooking the ocean is perfect for such novelties and the whales are fairly reliable. Whale enthusiasts on staff know the best time of day and year to see these magnificent creatures playing along the line where ocean meets sky. The center staff is friendly and helpful, and the atrium features plenty of information about the whales as well as some fossils. It's great for the whole family. -Cathryn D. Blue
Lincoln City is known for its "get away from it all" beach feel, and Depoe Bay is no exception. Depoe Bay is a sightseer's dream, featuring everything from whale watching, boat tours and rentals, great restaurants, and beautiful beach hotels to little shops with no names. In addition to the various attractions within this attraction, the actual bay is quite the sight to see. The waters are beautiful, blue, and relatively calm, especially in comparison to the waters along the rest of the Oregon Coast. -Cathryn D. Blue
This library offers a huge selection of books, tapes, and periodicals, plus a bright and colorful children's reading room.
Numerous activities are available at this State Park including canoeing, kayaking, boating, swimming, and camping. Kayak tours of the lake are available during the summer.
Featured in Fine Gardening Magazine, Sunset, and Better Homes and Garden Quarterly, this garden is a lasting reminder of the two decades of sculpting by Constance P. Hansen, a respected member of the national and regional horticultural community.
If you are traveling up or down Oregon's central coast, due west of Portland, you are bound to roll through this town. While it is close to numerous attractions like the beach, whale watching and fishing, it is a good place to fuel up the car, feed the family or pick up supplies. A number of businesses can be found along the town's strip and dining ranges from fast food to fine cuisine. The coast is the main attraction, but there is also golf, shopping and some Northwest history and culture in these parts.
Incorporated in 1910, this port offers shipping terminal facilities, commercial and sport boat moorages, and boulevard waterfront facilities that includes a 220 foot fixed service dock, 200 feet of floating docks, over 450 commercial fishing vessels, and 350 feet of waterfront property.
So real looking, you will not be able to tell that these are wax statues of Marilyn Monroe, Frankenstein, and other favorites.
In their exclusive Undersea Theatre, watch as divers swim through the natural habitat of underwater creatures at the Oregon Undersea Gardens, the largest collection of local marine life. With expert communication, divers and tour guides will help you experience the spectacular sight that is the ocean.
The history of Rogue Ales Brewery goes back to 1988, when it was set up on the banks of the Lithia Creek in Ashland. A year later, in 1989, a second outlet opened in Newport which subsequently became their headquarters. Since then, Rogue Ales has been crafting delicious brews that have won various awards at notable events in the brewing world like the World Beer Championships, New Zealand International Beer Awards and Australian International Beer Awards. The on-site brewpub is a great place to pair freshly crafted brews with delicious pub fares.
Keiko the killer whale is gone, but there is still a lot to see here. Aquariums house all kinds of aquatic life, from sharks to sea lions, and there are usually temporary exhibits as well. Located on the Pacific coast about two hours from Portland, the aquarium is an underwater zoo. A visit involves a lot of walking, but wheelchairs can be rented.