Whale-Watching From Your Seaside Depoe Bay Suite
That's right. Most resort suites afford majestic views of the Pacific from the comfort of each room, or your very own private balcony. Depoe Bay, Oregon is truly one of the most beautiful places in North America, one of the most photographed in the Northwest, and a global whale-watching destination where jagged cliffs and old-growth forests tower over crashing azure waters. If staying in your suite won't cut it, everything this quiet coastal town has to offer is less than 10 miles away.
WorldMark Depoe Bay on the Oregon Coast
Home to the world's smallest natural navigable harbor, Depoe Bay is a true Oregon Coast treasure. Rich with history and sightseeing, it's popular with outdoor enthusiasts of all kinds. Whether deep-sea fishing, waterskiing, windsurfing, kite flying, hiking, boating, horseback riding, or mountain biking is your passion, it's all right here. But make certain to save plenty of time to try the countless delicious restaurants in the area. Focused on fresh-caught seafood and seasonal local ingredients, the cuisine ranges from Southern BBQ at the beachfront shack, Bonepile, to AAA 3-Diamond creations at Restaurant Beck. With candy makers and art galleries lining the streets, as well as a Tanger Outlets in nearby Lincoln City, there's also plenty for avid shoppers to enjoy.
Nearby WorldMark Depoe Bay Attractions
- Depoe Bay Harbor - .4 mile
- Bonepile BBQ - .4 mile
- Boiler Bay State Wayside - .4 mile
- Gracie's Sea Hag - .8 mile
- Whale Watching Center - .9 mile
- Tradewinds Charters Depoe Bay - .9 mile
- Dockside Charters - 1.2 miles
- Fogarty Creek State Recreation Area - 2 miles
- Restaurant Beck - 2.7 miles
- Otter Crest State Wayside - 4.8 miles
- Devil's Punch Bowl State Park - 6.5 miles
- Flying Dutchman Winery - 6.5 miles
- Beverly Beach State Park - 7.4 miles
- Tanger Outlets - 11.2 miles
- Salem, OR - 70 miles
- Portland OR - 90 miles
- Eugene Airport - 100 miles
Driving Directions to WorldMark Depoe Bay
From the North, take I-5 S to Salem, OR. Take exit 260A onto Salem Pkwy. Follow the signs for Marion St. Bridge/Ocean Beaches. Take the Marion St. Bridge and merge into one of the two left lanes. Take Hwy 22 to Hwy 18, following the signs to Lincoln City/Ocean Beaches. Take Hwy 18 W to US 101 S. Just after the Boiler Bay scenic turnoff is the WorldMark Depoe Bay entrance. Follow the check-in signs to the main lobby.
From the South, take I-5 N to Hwy 34 toward Corvallis. Drive west on Hwy 20 following the Ocean Beaches signs to US 101. Go north on US 101 approximately 12 miles to Depoe Bay and drive through town. At the north end of town, turn left when you see the WorldMark Depoe Bay signs.