Yachats

“Yachats” (pronounced YAH-hots) is derived from the Chinook Indian word, Yahuts, meaning “dark waters at the foot of the mountain.” Nestled between the lush forested mountains of the Coast Range and the lapping waves of the Pacific Ocean, Yachats is the ideal spot for rest, recreation, and romance. The quiet unhurried atmosphere of this tiny (population 635) resort village offers vacationers a unique alternative to the hustle of city life and impersonal quality of a large coastal community.

Among the many activities you’ll find in Yachats are beachcombing, strolling and tidepooling, hiking trails and bike routes, wheelchair accessible trails, whale watching, bird watching, art galleries, shopping and dining, golf and horseback riding, fishing, clamming, crabbing, sand dune climbing, dune buggy rides, airplane rides, winter storm watching and there are five State Parks and numerous nearby waysides.

As so many others have discovered, the little village with the big smile will become the place you will want to return to again and again. Whether you stay for a day, a week, or a month, you, too, will find Yachats irresistible.

Featured activities

  • Cook's Chasm Turnout

    Yachats, Oregon 97498
    800-929-0477

    Cook's Chasm has a easy paved walk where you can watch the spouting horn around high tide.

  • Cape Perpetua Scenic Area

    2400 Highway 101
    Yachats, Oregon 97498

    The U.S. Forest Service maintains the Cape's 26 miles of hiking trails through coastal mature and old growth rain forests, to breathtaking vistas, tidepools and the beach. The viewpoints and trails are open to the public year round. Some of the trails are wheelchair accessible, one is suitable for mountain biking, and all provide opportunities for birding. The Forest Service at Cape Perpetua also offers interpretive walks and operates a Visitors Center with naturalist programs and interactive exhibits.

Featured accommodations

  • Overleaf Lodge & Spa

    280 Overleaf Lodge Ln
    Yachats, Oregon 97498
    541.547.4880

    Renew your spirit at Overleaf Lodge, where every luxurious room overlooks the magnificent Oregon coast. An oceanfront trail meanders from the lodge to beautiful vistas, tidal pools, sandy beaches and hidden coves. Sunsets are framed in your picture window. Appreciate the unique artwork featured throughout the Lodge.

  • Fireside Motel

    1881 Hwy 101 N
    Yachats, Oregon 97498
    541.547.3636

    Visit a slice of paradise along the spectacular Oregon Coast. View spectacular sunsets from your oceanfront room. In front of your room, sandy coves reveal agates, driftwood and tide pools. Giant boulders push into the ocean, wave's crash into coves, and fissures spray foam high in the air. A path follows the ocean to a long sandy beach. Share this spectacular setting in Yachats with your loved ones, be they human or pet.

Featured Events

  • Yachats Lions Annual Crab Feed

    Yachats Lions Hall
    W 4th St and Pontiac
    Yachats, Oregon
    541-563-5629   |   800-929-0477
    January 27, 2018

    All you can eat crab with garlic bread, coleslaw, baked beans, and choice of soda or coffee. Advance tickets will be available by email (stay posted), or locally at Judith’s Kitchen Tools, 261 Hwy 101 N.

    There will be 3 seatings:

    12:30 pm at the Yachats Commons (175 tickets)

    4:00 pm seating at the Yachats Commons (175 tickets)

    4:00 pm seating at the Yachats Lions Hall (175 tickets).

    All sales are final: be sure to let us know what seating you are interested in, party name, and number of people in your group. FMI 541-563-5649.

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  • St. Valentine’s Wedding Vow Renewal Ceremony

    Little Log Church
    W 3rd & Pontiac
    Yachats, Oregon
    (541) 547-4547   |   (541) 547-3976
    February 14, 2018

    This is an opportunity for couples to renew their vows in a group setting. Married and unmarried committed couples are invited to attend. The Vows Renewal Ceremony, held annually on February 14, has become a popular fundraiser for The Little Log Church & Museum. Since space is limited, reservations are required. A donation to the museum of $10 per couple is suggested. For reservations couples should call Mary Crook, Events Coordinator, at 541-547-4547.

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  • 48th Annual Original Yachats Arts & Crafts Fair

    Yachats Commons
    441 Hwy 101
    Yachats, Oregon
    541-547-3530   |   800-929-0477
    March 24 - 25, 2018

    The Yachats Original Arts & Crafts Fair includes up to 80 Pacific Northwest artists and crafters selected for the superb quality of their art. Media include original paintings; handcrafted jewelry; art glass; pottery; furniture; water features; woodwork and mixed media; clay vessels; sculpture; stained glass; ceramic tiles; natural fiber textiles; screen prints; photography; gourmet spice and food products; natural bath products; recycled garden art; toys and more. The variety of arts and crafts here allows something for every pocketbook and interest.

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Featured Deals

  • Experience the Inn at Cannon Beach

    That’s right, your $99 rate includes a $20 gift certificate to the hottest ticket in town, Tom's Fish & Chips! This special is available on standard king or two queen guest rooms, Sunday – Thursday. Add a Friday and/or Saturday for $119 per night. Black out dates include Dec. 23, 24, 25, 30 & 31, 2016 and Feb. 17, 18, & 19, 2017. There is…

  • Mill Casino – Hotel Holiday Lights Package

    This package includes an overnight stay, $40 in dining credits and complimentary shuttle service to Holiday Lights at Shore Acres where over 325,000 lights adorn the park including three life sized whales and other favorite marine animals. (Shuttle service must be booked in advance) Rates start at $165 (+tax)* To book this special stay, please call reservations at 800-953-4800, ext. 3

  • 30% off Wildlife Viewing tour

    South Coast Tours will take you on a wildlife viewing experience unlike anything else available on the Oregon Coast. Due to our protected headlands we can paddle in the dynamic nearshore ocean. If it's too stormy we can tour one of the amazing wild and scenic rivers of the south coast. We call it the Wild Rivers Coast for a reason, there are more federally…

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