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THE YA’TEL 640 HWY 101 North Yachats, OR 97498 541-547-3225 800-406-1338
Yachats, pronounced Yah-hots, is a small coastal town nestled between the lush forested mountains of the Coast Range and rythmic waves of the Pacific surf. It’s the ideal place for a peaceful retreat, outdoor adventure, recreation and romance. Known as a “Gem of the Oregon Coast, Yachats is a village of about 703 people located in the mouth of the Yachats River. Long known as a vacation destination, Yachats offers many hiking trails, beaches, and amazing views. The little Log Church and Museum was built more than 85 years ago and is a beloved local attraction. Residents and Visitors alike turn out for our famous La De Da Parade and fireworks for the 4th of July. The annual Fish Fry in July coincides with Yachats Music Festival, a popular 3 day event of cameo performances by around 30 major classical artists. There is also original Yachats Arts and Crafts Fair in March and November, the Village Mushroom Fest in October, and a Celtic Music Celebration in November. Visit our “Local Events Calendar” page for dates and more information  Here are just a few places to visit when you stay with us:
South of Yachats: Cape Perpetua Scenic Area: This 2,700-acre wonderland in the Siuslaw National Forest is awe-inspiring. The trails of Cape Perpetua wind through 26 miles of old-growth forest with breathtaking ocean views. Neptune State Scenic Viepoint: The park encompasses four waysides along Highway 101, including Strawberry Hill and Bob Creek, which offer perfect day-at-the beach access. Stonefield Beach: Visitors Cross Smooth, black stones to reach a perfect expanse of beach. Haceta Head Lighthouse State Park: A popular beach with trails to the lighthouse, Haceta Head is one of the most vivited and photographed landmarks on the West Coast. Perched 1000 feet above the ocean, this lighthouse sends out the strongest beam of light on the Coast. Sea Lion Caves: The world's largest sea cave that is inhabited by Steller sea lions. North of Yachats: Alsea Bay Bridge and Interpretive Center: Offers historic transportation and coastal bridge displays, as well as general visitor information.  Driftwood Beach State Park:  This 8 acre wayside features picnic tables, fishing,  viewpoints and beach access. Seal Rock State Park: This area of high-density offshore rocks is so close you can bird form the car with binoculars. Take trails to viewing platforms at either end of the park, or explore the beach ad the many tide pools. Oregon Coast Aquarium: This world-class facility, one of the nation's top ten aquariums, has indoor and outdoor exhibits. 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.
THE YA”TEL 640 HWY 101 North Yachats, OR 97498 541-547-3225 800-406-1338
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South of Yachats: Cape Perpetua Scenic Area: This 2,700-acre wonderland in the Siuslaw National Forest is awe-inspiring. The trails of Cape Perpetua wind through 26 miles of old-growth forest with breathtaking ocean views. Neptune State Scenic Viepoint: The park encompasses four waysides along Highway 101, including Strawberry Hill and Bob Creek, which offer perfect day-at-the beach access. Stonefield Beach: Visitors Cross Smooth, black stones to reach a perfect expanse of beach. Haceta Head Lighthouse State Park: A popular beach with trails to the lighthouse, Haceta Head is one of the most vivited and photographed landmarks on the West Coast. Perched 1000 feet above the ocean, this lighthouse sends out the strongest beam of light on the Coast. Sea Lion Caves: The world's largest sea cave that is inhabited by Steller sea lions. North of Yachats: Alsea Bay Bridge and Interpretive Center: Offers historic transportation and  coastal bridge displays, as well as general visitor information.  Driftwood Beach State Park:  This 8 acre wayside features picnic tables, fishing,  viewpoints and beach access. Seal Rock State Park: This area of high-density offshore rocks is so close you can bird form the car with binoculars. Take trails to viewing platforms at either end of the park, or explore the beach ad the many tide pools. Oregon Coast Aquarium: This world-class facility, one of the nation's top ten aquariums, has indoor and outdoor exhibits. 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.