The Oregon Coast in winter can be exhilarating or a comforting retreat, depending on what you are seeking. Sometimes the day calls for an adventure where you feel the salt spray in the air or the spring of the moss-covered forest floor.
The Oregon Coast has spectacular opportunities for bird watching. Our diversity of environments – rocky shores, estuaries, beaches, wetlands and woodlands – provide critical habitat for birds.
Whales are visible nearly year-round along the Oregon Coast, and seeing them is always thrilling. Around here, you can see whales atop Cape Perpetua at the stone shelter, or along the shoreline from Yachats State Park, or from the 804 Trail.
Walk with Drew around the Fireside Motel and Overleaf Lodge properties. Learn a bit about the Fireside Motel renovations, the construction and additions of the Overleaf Lodge and Overleaf Village, home to the Overleaf Cottage Rentals.
Winter storms on the Oregon Coast are the stuff of legends. Watching giant waves race toward the shore, then violently crash and spray against the rock formations is a not-to-be forgotten experience.
One of the best ways to practice self-care is by receiving regular therapeutic treatments, like massage therapy. The Overleaf Lodge & Spa is one of the best places on the Oregon Coast to get a massage.
Surrounded by rocky outcrops, the area near Yachats is abundant with tidepools and ocean life. Explore our extraordinary landscape and experience a rich mix of animals who call the intertidal zone home.