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GOLF Crestview Hills Golf Course - 1680 Crestline Drive, Waldport, Oregon 97394 541-563-3020 or 888-538-4463 Avalon Park Pitch and Putt Golf Course - 85208 Hwy 101 South PO Box 2604 Florence, OR 97439 (541) 997-1590 Sandpines Golf Links - 1201 35th Street - Florence, OR 97439 - 800-917-GOLF
DUNE BUGGIES AND GO-CARTS Sand Dunes Express - 83690 Hwy 101 Florence, OR 97439 (541) 997-5363 Sandland Adventure - 85366 Hwy 101 Florence, OR 97439 (541) 997-8087 Sand Dunes Frontier - 83960 Hwy 101 PO Box 67 Florence, OR 97439 (541) 997-3544 HORSEBACK RIDING C&M Stables - 90241 Hwy. 101 North Florence, Oregon 97439 (541) 997-7540 AIRPLANE RIDES Seaplane Enterprises - 83763 Hwy 101 South, Florence, OR 97439 (541) 991-0669 SEA CRUISES SEA LIFE CRUISES - 345 S.W. Bay Boulevard 800-903-BOAT OR 541-265-6200 OREGON COAST AQUARIUM - 2820 S.E. Ferry Slip Road Newport, Oregon 97365 (541) 867-FISH
Cape Perpetua Scenic Area Web Site - Where the forest meets the sea. a Sitka spruce rainforest with a transistion to the sea. Sites within the Scenic Area include Devil's Churn, the Cape Perpetua Overlook (highest point along the Oregon Coast), the Cape Perpetua Campground, Cook's Chasm, and the Spouting Horn. We have 23 miles of trails that include both seashore and forest settings. Most of the Scenic Area's shoreline is rock intertidal, with tidepools and crashing waves. It is also a protected Marine Garden and so requires folks to take only pictures and none of the treasures they will see as they walk along the surf. Cape Perpetua Interpretive Center offers films, an incredible view, and temporary and permanent exhibits, which explain the cultural and natural history of the area. The Interpretive Center is the jumping off point for the 2,700 acre Scenic Area. Twenty-three miles of hiking trails wind through the temperate rain forest of Cape Perpetua. Several old growth Sitka spruces can be viewed on the Giant Spruce Trail. Displays about the forest and maps of the trails are available at the Intrepretive Center. Tidepools Tidepools have more life per square foot than dry land. You can explore the tidepools on your own, or join one of the guided walks available from the Intrepretive Center.
The CCC Camp at Cape Perpetua - The West Shelter located on top of Cape Perpetua is a stone shelter and was built for recreational purposes, as it provides a spectacular view of the Oregon coastline. Today, it is a popular viewpoint for whale watching.YACHATS STATE RECREATION AREA - In the heart of Yachats, turn west on 2nd Street. The road makes a small loop, offering a view of the Yachats river as it meets the Pacific Ocean. Park and see the wild waves and gray whale migration. Rock and salmon fishing and tidepools bring people back to this park again and again. Plenty of resting benches and picnic tables. No fee to use this park. For information, call 1-800-551-6949YACHATS OCEAN ROAD STATE NATURAL SITE - South of Yachats, the road makes a one-mile loop, exposing one of the most scenic viewpoints on the coast: The Yachats Bay and the Pacific Ocean. Park along the loop and enjoy access to the beach, tidepools, blowholes, summer sunsets and whale watching No fee to use this park. For information, call 1-800-551-6949.Heceta Head Lighthouse - Interpretive Center - Bed & Breakfast - Gift Shop - 92072 Hwy. 101 South, Yachats, OR 97498 USA Call Toll Free 1-(866)-547-3696 The Heceta Lighthouse and Light Keeper's house are circa 1894. Both are listed on the National Register of Historic Places The lighthouse is a working lighthouse. The Queen Anne style Keeper's House has been restored to its original splendor. It now serves as an Interpretive Center by day and a Bed and Breakfast by night. The B & B welcomes guests year around. Guests are encouraged to view the lighthouse after dark, a rare experience. The awesome sight in the sky while standing at the base of the tower can only be described as "Magical."Sea Lion Caves - 91560 Hwy. 101 N. Florence, OR 97439 (11 miles north of Florence on Oregon Coast) Phone: 541.547.3111Yachats Covered Bridge - 7 miles east on Yachats River Road to North Yachats River Road, at intersection turn north approx. 1 1/2 miles. Built in 1938Little Log Church Museum - Corner of W 3rd and Pontiac streets Extensive seashell collection, and works of local artists and authors 541-547-3976SMELT SANDS STATE RECREATION SITE - Yachats 804 Trail -There is no fee to use this park. For information, call 1-800-551-6949. An excellent whale watching and photography viewpoint. Walk the historic 804 Trail (.75 miles one-way with resting benches scattered along the way). The park is known for tidepooling, rock fishing and the yearly smelt run (smelt are small, silvery relatives of salmon). Breathtaking sunsets.
~ Above Information provided by Yachats Chamber of Commerce ~
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