Whale Watching Oregon Coast

There are some great places for whale watching Oregon Coast.

The whales that are seen migrating along the coast of Oregon are sperm, humpback and gray whales.

Cannon Beach and Haystack Rock, Oregon Coast, USA
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There are whale watching tours, but in many places, the whales can also be seen from the coast.

Some of the spots are Harris Beach State Park, Cape Ferrelo, Cape Sebastian, Battle Rock Wayfinding Point, Cape Blanco Lighthouse, Face Rock Wayside State Scenic Viewpoint, Shore Acres State Park, Umpqua Lighthouse, Sea Lion Caves Turnout, Cook's Chasm Turnout, Cape Perpetua Interpretive Center, Cape Perpetua Overlook, Devil's Churn Viewpoint, Yachats State Park, Seal Rock State Recreation Site, Yaquina Bay State Recreation Site, Yaquina Head Lighthouse, Devil's Punchbowl State Natural Area, Cape Foulweather, Depoe Bay Sea Wall, Boiler Bay State Scenic Viewpoint, Cape Lookout State Park, Cape Meares State Scenic Viewpoint and Ecola State Park.

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