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Storm Watching Oregon Coast

Autumn on the Coast

Our coastline is known for it’s dramatic beauty, and Fall and Winter is the perfect time to come down to the Southern Oregon Coast and experience it like never before!

Storm Watching at Shore Acres

Lauded as the “Best Storm Watching Location on the Coast”, Shore Acres State Park offers unparalled views of the mighty Pacific Ocean crashing into our coastline and creating waves that can reach up to 120 feet high.

Don’t be fooled by the name though, it doesn’t have to be storming to enjoy the waves, just pick a day when swells are predicted to be high. A storm watching hut is available on site to enjoy wave watching no matter what the weather. Storm watching at Shore Acres State Park is a photographer’s and ocean lover’s dream.

Ghosts on the Coast? Oregon’s Adventure Coast Halloween Round-Up

Jeepers Creepers! From Pumpkin Patches and Trick-or-Treating to Haunted Houses and Spooky Ghosts, we know how to celebrate Halloween!

One of our favorite things about autumn on the coast is celebrating all things spooky every October. Whether it’s trick or treating, scary movies, haunted houses, a pumpkin patch or hay rides….there is something for everyone on Oregon’s Adventure Coast! Don’t miss our 2014 Halloween Events Round-Up.

Prepare to be Dazzled at The 28th Annual Holiday Lights at Shore Acres State Park

Holiday Lights at Shore Acres

What do you get when you combine holiday spirit with nearly 300,000 L.E.D. lights and a small army of dedicated volunteers? One of the most spectacular holiday light shows on the West Coast.

The Holiday Lights Display at Shore Acres State Park has caught the attention of thousands of visitors along with numerous media outlets including ABC’s Good Morning America! The 2014 display is open to the pubic every evening beginning Nov. 27 thru Dec. 31, 2014. Don’t miss!

Featured Attraction: South Slough National Estuarine Research Reserve

The South Slough National Estuarine Research Reserve (SSNERR) is one of our most precious coastal resources. Established in 1974, SSNERR is dedicated to improving the understanding and stewardship of Pacific Northwest estuaries and coastal watersheds. Visitors are encouraged to visit the Interpretive Center Tuesday-Saturday from 10 am to 4:30 pm, and explore the trails open everyday from dawn to dusk. In honor of SSNERR’s 40th anniversary, we reached out to Deborah Rudd, Public Involvement Coordinator for South Slough NERR and asked her to give us a bit of history. Click here to read her post.