Spring Whale Watching on the Oregon Coast

Spring Whale Watching on the Oregon Coast

Spring Whale Watching on the Oregon Coast offers front row seats for folks to witness the yearly migration of the grey whale.
Spring Whale Watching on the Oregon CoastWhale Watching can be observed as gray whales cruise along the Oregon coast en route to Alaska from Mexico. Spouting geyser-like blasts of spray can be seen from the towering coastal bluffs. The Oregon Coast offers front row seats for those wanting to witness the gray whales migration. Unfortunately, the ‘Whale Watching Spoken Here program’ has been cancelled this spring but the map on their website offers best places to watch whales on the Oregon Coast.

Spring Whale Watching begins in March

Spring watching begins in late March as the gray whales travel north on their way towards Alaska. The first surge swims past Oregon around the end of March and north-bound whales can be seen all the way until June.

Summer and Fall bring Oregon’s resident Gray whales close to shore to feed. There are approximately 200 whales that remain in Oregon’s coastal waters during the summer migration. The central coast in particular is a hot-spot for whales from June to mid-November.

Oregon Bed and Breakfast Guild member inns on the Oregon Coast can be home base for your trip to the Oregon Coast to witness this yearly migration.From Cannon Beach to Port Orford there are inspected and approved bed and breakfast inns of the Oregon B&B Guild to provide the ultimate in Oregon Coast Lodging.

Oregon Bed and Breakfast Guild is ready to share Oregon with you: it’s environment, culture, and heritage. Combine gracious hospitality with ambiance at an inspected and approved Oregon Bed and Breakfast Guild member Inn.

Hospitality Update: We all may be a little rusty, and a little leery, on planning trips just yet. While it’s almost safe enough to climb aboard that travel train, we’re ready when you are! Our inns have been proactively doing everything in our power to keep you safe and welcome you back. Not sure if your favorite inn is open? Give them a call as they just might be.

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