The community of Depoe Bay, Oregon

Depoe Bay...There be whales out there!

The city of Depoe Bay claims to have the world's smallest harbor. It is also known as Depoe Bay, and the community is clustered closley around it. The bay is on the inland side of the Coast Highway, with a small outlet to the ocean over which a landmark arch bridge has been built. The well protected bay provides a heaven during even the most energetic storms. A well maintained Coast Guard Station is also located here.
Visitors to this small city can enjoy many coastal activities, beach combing to charter boat fishing. But the most exciting is watching for whales during their seasonal migrations from the Bearing Strait to Baja and back. The appearance of Grey Whales along the Oregon Coast attracts knowledgeable watchers from all over the country. Generally, whales can be seen from December through May.

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