Oregon Coast Activities

Find a wide variety of fun local entertainment as well as great Depoe Bay and Lincoln City Oregon activities. Feeling lucky? Spending some time at Chinook Winds Casino may make you a winner! Located in Lincoln City Chinook Winds is conveniently located. Not a gambler, well we are on the coast why not discover the Oregon Coast Aquarium and all of the creatures is houses. Or enjoy the great outdoors and see natural wonders like spouting horns along the coast, you are sure to enjoy these mysterious ocean features! There is truly something for everyone to enjoy on your next Oregon Coast vacation.
 
  • Chinook Winds Casino
    Majestically overlooking the Pacific Ocean from the Lincoln City shore, the 157,000 square foot Chinook Winds Casino Resort is Oregon Coast Entertainment & Gambling - Roulette TableOregon's premier Casino. Owned and operated by the Confederated Tribes of the Siletz Indians of Oregon, the spirit of the Tribe is captured in the decor of the facility. Chinook Winds Casino Resort opened in 1995. The Casino includes a waterfall flowing to a pond (designed to resemble Euchre Creek, an important area to the Siletz tribe) where "wishers" can toss their coins for good luck and make a contribution to the Tribe's educational fund. The round lobby and weave design painted on the exterior give tribute to the tribe's traditional basket weaving techniques. Salmon decorate many of the interior and exterior areas, a nod to the fish that plays a special and important role in the history of the tribe.

    Contact:
    1777 NW 44th St Lincoln City OR 97367
    (541) 996-5825
     
  • Oregon Coast Aquarium
    Recognized locally and nationally for it's exceptional exhibits and educational programs, the Oregon Coast Aquarium is a must see activity when you are staying at Bella Beach or anywhere near Lincoln City and Depoe Bay. Immerse yourself in the mysteries of the ocean at this world-class marine educational attraction nestled on beautiful Yaquina Bay in Newport, Oregon. The Aquarium is a living classroom for all learning styles and ages. As one of Oregon's top tourist attractions, the Aquarium is a vital educational resource for the state, with over 40,000 students visiting the aquarium each year. The Aquarium strives to be a center of excellence for ocean literacy and plays an active role in conservation and animal rehabilitation efforts.

    Contact:
    2820 SE Ferry Slip Rd Newport, OR
    541-867-3474
     
  • Depoe Bay Spouting Horn
    Aside from whale-watching and standing on the highway bridge to observe the boat traffic passing in and out of the world’s smallest harbor, the most popular activity in the cozy little town of Depoe Bay is watching the spouting horns!

    Similar to blowholes, spouting horns can be seen all along the coast, but nowhere are they more spectacular than along the coastline at Depoe Bay. These geyser-like plumes occur in places where water is forced through narrow channels in basalt rock. As the channels become more restricted, the water shoots skyward under great pressure and can spray 60 feet into the air,  more than a few unwary visitors have been doused by a spouting horn as they unknowingly pass by. Check out the video footage of the Depoe Bay Spouting Horn in action!

    Contact:
    110 Oregon Coast Hwy, Depoe Bay, OR 97341
    (541) 765-2261
  • Mariner Square
    Mariner Square in Newport, Oregon is home to a number of popular fun family attractions including Oregon Undersea Gardens, Ripley’s Believe It or Not, and The Wax Works. Set on the bustling causeway lining Newport's historic bayfront – Mariner Square has long been a favorite vacation destination for travelers from near and far.

    Contact:
    250 SW Bay Boulevard, Newport, Oregon, 97365
    541-265-2206
  • Otter Rock Surf Shop
    Ossies Surf Shop was started in 1998 on the headland at Otter Rock. The name "Ossie" came from the original owners son, whom the shop was named after. For two consecutive summers Ossies Surf Shop at Otter Rock provided surf rentals, espresso, and ceramic pottery to the visitors of Newport, Lincoln City and surrounding areas. Otter Rock has long been knows as a great summer surf spot. Otter Rock gained notoriety in Oregon and throughout the Pacific Northwest as a result of an annual longboarding contest called "The Cowabunga Classic". Today Otter Rock is known as the Waikiki of the central Oregon coast, a great place for beginners and experienced surfers alike to enjoy the Pacific Ocean swells year round.

    Contact:
    104 NE Hwy 101 Depoe Bay, Or 97369
    541-765-2776
  • NorthWest EcoExcursions, LLC
    The natural wonders of the Pacific Northwest. These are treasures best found with a knowledgeable guide and an adventurous spirit. Opportunities abound in Oregon and Washington for guided tours such as camping, hiking, whale watching or horseback riding. Take to the water on a kayak tour or explore the wine country with a Northwest vineyard trip. Familiarize yourself with the historic and cultural heritage of the area. Experience it all while learning to have a minimal impact on this spectacular environment. Led by accomplished naturalists, our tour guides make your nature experience a safe and memorable one while implementing responsible and sustainable tourism practices.

    Plan your vacation in Oregon or Washington now! Let NorthWest EcoExcursions, LLC reconnect YOU with Nature.

    Contact:
    PO Box 533 Depoe Bay OR 97341
    541-765-2598