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All reviews video camera spent several hours see whales hundred feet whale watching great information live feed great viewing worth a stop grey whales knowledgeable staff oregon state parks observation deck answer questions keep an eye few hours be patient
The first week of our three week vacation was in Depoe Bay, Oregon in an above average condo with an ocean view of the Bay. We did a lot of whale watching along the shore, but to our surprise the best was one morning at...More
We went for a two day visit in the area and stopped numerous times at the center which has an enclosed area to view the whales. There is a huge outside viewing area and if you park along the seawall [Pacific side of the road]...More
20,000+ whales pass here every year. This is a good place to watch for them, but there are places all up and down the Oregon coast. They post the daily number of whale sightings for the last several days.... and I had seen more in...More
If you want to see whales from the shore, go to the Whale Watching Center. We spent several hours watching 5-6 whales swim and dive. What a marvelous experience! I went whale watching in Tofino, BC and though I'd die from seasickness. I saw more...More
Great place to learn about whales, especially if you are traveling with kids! They have lots of "learning" opportunities. This is part of Oregon State Parks so the staff knows their stuff. This is not a commercial tourist trap. I was very impressed.
We stopped in on a recent trip. Nice place with tons of information on whale watching. Very informative and knowledgeable staff. We saw several whales from this spot. They also have binoculars and cameras that help you see them. It encouraged us to take a...More
The observation deck of the whale watching center is lovely. It is such a great place to see grey whales who hang out, year round, in Depoe Bay. The day we were there, we saw five separate whales, spyhopping, blowing spouts and etc. We had...More