There are 26 "Whale Watching Spoken Here" sites along the Oregon Coast, manned by trained volunteers during the spring and winter migration. The volunteers are on duty to answer your questions about the migrating animals and assist in spotting. The Whale Watching Center reports seeing good numbers of whales traveling past the Oregon coast and keeps a running tab on the sightings.
People come from far and wide to learn about the whales that migrate past the Oregon Coast each year. And the Oregon Bed and Breakfast Guild can provide a unique Oregon Coast Lodging experience from Astoria to Coos Bay.
The Oregon Coast is a awesome seascape sculpted by wind and wave, and offers spectacular sites for whale watching. Ask your Oregon B&B innkeeper for their favorite location.