Clarion Inn Surfrider Resort
3115 N.W. Highway 101
Depoe Bay, OR 97341
Phone: (541) 764-2311
Fax: (541) 764-4634
Providing visitors to Depoe Bay with the largest whale-watching boat in town, this company also charters fishing trips. Sixty-feet long, the Grande offers two decks for viewing, a snack bar and a captain who has been guiding whale watching tours for 15 years. Cruises last a little more than an hour, so you will be sure to get your fill of the salty air. Open year-round, this popular coast activity is convenient and educational.
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
A heated indoor pool is available at this center with many recreational swims, laps, and classes available. There is also a fitness center, senior center, and a preschool indoor play area on site.
A regulation nine-hole public course, Agate Beach Golf Course has been "one of the finest courses on the Oregon Coast" since the 1930's. A full-service pro shop is on-site. Lessons are available.
Sportfishing charter company that provides deep sea sportingfishing for shark, bottom fish, salmon, halibut, and tuna aboard a Coast Guard inspected and approved fishing boat. Scenic cruises and whale watching cruises are also available.
Established in 1949, this charter fishing company is the oldest established charter service on Newport's Bayfront and offers bottom fishing excursion for salmon, halibut, tuna, and ocean crabbing.
This drive tour was developed by the Oregon Coast History Center. Seventeen historical locations in the Newport area are on the list of places to drive by from the Yaquina Bay Lighthouse to the Midway Theater. While some of the buildings have been transformed over the years, many remain unchanged. If you feel like stretching your legs a bit, stop by the Burrows House. Once a home to travelers, the building is now home to the history center.