Depoe Bay, Oregon

 

Depoe Bay is located 100 miles from Portland and is 1/2 way between Lincoln City and Newport. It was an original land grant to Chief Charlie Depoe which also explains the name.

Depoe Bay Oregon Map

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Area Attractions
The Whale Watching Center

The Whale Watching Center, which sits out from the sea wall at Depoe Bay, is a state-run facility that is designed to teach people about the many different types of whales that pass by the Oregon coast.

Lincoln City Outdoor Guide

Beauty Abounds in Lincoln City!
Visitors to Lincoln City appreciate that they are in one of the most beautiful spots on earth.

Lincoln City Beach FunThe Beach is Your Playground
Discover all that the beach of Lincoln City has to offer with Beachcombing, tide pooling, riding the waves and whale watching.
Nearby Lodging
Surfrider Resort Surfrider Resort in Depoe Bay
Relax and rejuvenate in an oceanfront room with a whirlpool tub, gas fireplace and deck. Enjoy dining in the oceanfront restaurant.
Oregon Beach VacationsOregon Beach Vacations chooses our vacation rental homes with great care and always with guest comfort in mind. We strive to maintain the high standards of each home, ensuring you a pleasantly relaxing vacation.
Inn at Arch Rock in Depoe Bay
Perched on a bluff above the Pacific Ocean, our Inn features 13 units ranging from quaint and cozy rooms for two, to grand and spacious two-bedroom suites for up to seven guests.

Vacasa Rentals of Depoe Bay, ORVacasa Vacation Rentals 
Vacasa Rentals offers a selection of oceanfront condos, cozy cottages, and spacious family homes in Depoe Bay. Many offer amazing ocean views, private hot tubs, WiFi, and cozy fireplaces.

The climate is maritime but the temperatures are in the 50's year round with occasional dips to the 40's in the winter and some 70's in the summer. Depoe Bay gets less rain than Portland but summer fogs occur when the valley is hot.

Tourism is the main industry and people are coming year round because winter storms are as spectacular as the summer sunsets.

Local area activities include the Classic Wooden Boat Show, Crab Feed, and Ducky Derby the last full weekend of April, the Fleet of Flowers on Memorial Day, fireworks on July 3rd in Boiler Bay, the Annual Indian Style Salmon Bake the third Saturday in September, and the Christmas lighting ceremony the Friday after Thanksgiving.

It is home of the world's smallest navigable harbor, the home of a small commercial fishing and whale watching fleet. Grey whales hang around here from March - December and can also be seen with the southern migration in December and the northern migration in March. A resident pod stays here most of the year. We also have great "spouting horns" when there are storms and heavy surf.