Lovely Little Depoe Bay

Posted by OCVA / August 12, 2009

By Alexa Meisler for 52PerfectDays.com ~ Depoe Bay, a small town located along a rugged rocky stretch of coastline off Highway 101 offers some of Oregon’s best whale watching, the world’s smallest navigable harbor and an obvious love of pirate lore.Throughout the year, annual events such as the Wooden Boat Show, an Indian Style Salmon Bake, a Fish and Chips Fundraiser and a Pirate Treasure Hunt demonstrate that Depoe Bay is definitely a fishing town. In fact it was the filming location of the fishing trip sequence in the movie One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest.

Lodging in Depoe Bay is void of any chains, offering everything from motels, hotels, bed and breakfasts to vacation rentals. For a homey experience, Harbor Lights Inn is an ideal choice. Located, as you might guess–in the harbor–this immaculate inn offers charming rooms with views of the bay, the bridge, Pacific Ocean and part of downtown. To read the rest of the story, click here….

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