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Take a Trip through Yachats State Park

Take a Trip through Yachats State Park

Monday, February 6, 2012

Nestled in the heart of Yachats, the Yachats State Park offers a pristine view of where the Yachats River meets the Pacific Ocean. Anywhere along the one-mile loop is wonderful for taking in the beach, tide pools, blowholes, sunsets and whale watching.

Take a trip through Yachats State Park and enjoy a number of activities including picnicking, wildlife and bird viewing and fishing. There is no fee for visiting the Park and there are restrooms in addition to many resting benches and picnic tables. Enjoy easy beach access if you care to walk along the shore or simply choose one of the countless breathtaking vantage points and take everything in from the comfort of your vehicle.

Less than a 5 minute drive away…

Heceta Head Lighthouse Bed & Breakfast, Yachats, OR

Constructed, in 1894, this historic B&B is as charming and interesting as it’s delightful innkeeper’s Steven and Michelle Bursey. The B&B is located adjacent to its namesake’s lighthouse and guests are encouraged to explore the property as well as their palettes – a 7 course breakfast that changes with the seasons is included in your stay.

Overleaf Lodge, Yachats, OR

This 50 guestroom resort and full service spa is an oceanfront heaven on earth and is especially perfect for those wanting to truly immerse themselves in Oregon’s pristine central coast. With an expanded continental breakfast and genuinely friendly service, guests are always well taken care of; it’s not hard to see why so many return to the lodge!

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