Waldport, Oregon

 

Waldport is especially proud of the Alsea Bay Bridge, completed in August 1991. Adjacent to the bridge is the Visitor Center, with displays and video material covering the history of the area, the building of this new bridge, and demolition of the old.

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Recreation

With miles of sandy ocean beaches, forest roads, hiking trails, wilderness areas and a picturesque bay, this is the coast treasured by Oregonians. If you enjoy windsurfing, kayaking, boating, fishing, sailing, hiking or cycling...or if you just like to wander around on the beach, Waldport is the place you need to visit. With a family owned, family friendly golf course available, the brand new Skateboard Park and antique stores, there is something for everyone in your family. The Oregon State Marine Board rates the Alsea Bay in the top five in the state for annual usage. A visit to the Alsea Bay Interpretive Center, located at 620 NW Spring Street next to the Alsea Bay Bridge, provides information on the history of the Alsea Bridge as well as information on area landmarks. It is also the home of the Waldport Chamber of Commerce and provides information on businesses in the area, maps and directories. Stop by and talk to one of our knowledgeable and hard-working volunteers!!

Attractions

 Waldport Area Information

Chamber of Commerce
PO Box 669, Waldport, Oregon 97394
Phone: 541-563-2133
Email: chamber@peak.org
Web site: www.waldport-chamber.com

Waldport Area Schools:

Waldport Elementary School
(541) 563-3237

Waldport Middle School
(541) 563-3235

Waldport High School
(541) 563-3243

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