Nye Beach Condos at Pacific Crest Attractions


Yaquina Head Natural Area

The Yaquina Head Natural Area extends out from the Oregon coast, one mile into the Pacific Ocean. Standing 93 feet tall at the westernmost point of the basalt headland, the lighthouse has been a bright beacon of the night, guiding ships and their supplies along the west coast since the light was first lit on August 20, 1873.

Light House

A piece of Oregon history sits atop a bluff at the mouth of the Yaquina River. It is the Historic Yaquina Bay Lighthouse, built in 1871 and decommissioned in 1874. It is believed to be the oldest structure in Newport. It is also the only existing Oregon lighthouse with the living quarters attached, and the only historic wooden Oregon lighthouse still standing. The Yaquina Bay Lighthouse is listed in the National Register of Historic Places.

Newport

Newport, Oregon is an historic city that caters to residents and visitors of all ages and interests. It is a city comprised of distinct neighborhoods including Agate Beach where you can visit the Yaquina Head Lighthouse, surf, or go clamming.

Aquarium

The Oregon Coast Aquarium is located 2.5 miles south of The Inn at Nye Beach, just across the Yaquina Bay Bridge. The Aquarium is considered to be one of the foremost coastal aquariums in the world, and features a creative mix of aquatic life in unique displays.

Casino

Just 45 minutes north on HWY 101, is the popular Chinook Winds Casino where you can try your luck or see headline big-name celebrities perform.

Cinema

Enjoy a night of cinematic wonder at the newly renovated Coming Attractions Theaters. Just 3 miles to the north, this local theatre offers comfortable seating, and reasonably priced concessions.

Devils Punch Bowl

The punch bowl was probably created by the collapse of the roof over two sea caves, then shaped by wave action. The park is a popular whale watching site and displays an intriguing geology. This is a scenic picnic spot atop the undulating rocky shoreline. Don't forget to explore the tidepools on the north side of the punch bowl!

Hatfield Marine Science Center

The Hatfield Marine Science Center has more than 45 years of accomplishment in research, education, and outreach. Originally established as a marine laboratory for Oregon State University, it has grown to encompass a large group of partners on its 49 acre site on Yaquina Bay in Newport, Oregon.

Bayfront

Yaquina Bay was opened to white settlement in 1864. Resorts soon followed, paving the way for Newport's incorporation in 1882 and establishing the community as a premier tourist destination along the Oregon Coast.

Nye Beach

Just a short walk away, Nye Beach is the cultural heart of Newport. Here youíll find an almost village like setup with gift shops, galleries, coffee houses, wine and quaint dining, with an artisitic feel that makes this district unique. The turnaround in the center of Nye Beach offers parking and easy access to shops and the beach.

Believe It or Not

You can experience all the wonder of the world's most bizarre sights right here in Newport, from the 'live' stageshow to shrunken heads to the magic harp. And be careful not to step over the edge of the universe in the deep-space hall of mirrors. Step right up and prepare to be amazed - you've never seen anything like it!

Surfing

Surf's always up in Newport, Oregon! Newport has several surf shops where you can buy or rent surf gear and accessories. We are home to several miles of pristine beaches with dozens of fantastic surfing locations.

Undersea Gardens

The Oregon Undersea Gardens takes you beneath the sea ñ up close and personal with a stunning array of marine life in their natural habitat. Wide picture windows and the unique dive show bring you as close to sea life as you can get without getting wet.

Whale Watching

Whale watching is a local favorite activity and you can do it from the comfort of your room here at the Inn at Nye Beach, or to get a closer view, you may venture down to the Historic Newport Bayfront and catch a Whale Watching Excursion through Newport Tradewind Charters.