Yachats Chamber & Visitor Center
Luna Sea Fish House & Village Fishmonger
153 NW Hwy 101 in Yachats | 547-4794 or 888-547-4794
Always amazing, serving freshly caught seafood daily. Luna Sea Products makes some of the finest gourmet products you will find, including traditional fresh smoke and gourmet canned Chinook salmon. Crab, scallop and a wide variety of other seafood available seasonally. Breakfast, lunch, dinner dine-in or take-out. We serve fish & chips, steamers, seafood sandwiches, chowder, and more. Owned and operated by a local fisherman. you see our dolphin/ecosystem safe label you know that we use hook and line methods of fishing for individual handling care through all stages of production. The custom smokehouse and cannery we use is renowned for its smoking techniques. No artificial preservatives, colors or flavors are used.
The Drift Inn
124 US Hwy 101 in Yachats | 541-547-4477
The Drift Inn is a family-friendly, non-smoking restaurant serving breakfast, lunch, and dinner every day. Located on scenic Highway 101 with a view of the Yachats River as it reaches the Pacific Ocean.
The menu is an eclectic mix of family favorites and original dishes focused on fresh ingredients and the Pacific Northwest. Offering also live music every night of the week, Oregon beers, fine wines, coffee drinks, homemade soups, fresh baked breads, and decadent desserts – all served up in a comfortable, relaxing atmosphere.
Open everyday at 8 am, lunch begins at 11 am and dinner begins at 5 pm. Our nightly music performances usually start at about 6:30 or 7 pm. Dinner usually winds down around 9:30, then we close when the last guest has gone home.
Ona Restaurant & Lounge
131 Hwy 1010 in Yachats | 541-547-6627
ONA Restaurant and Lounge is located in the heart of Yachats Oregon, overlooking the Yachats River and the Pacific Ocean. Chefs Michelle Korgan and Anthony Velarde will be crafting delicious eats with local and seasonal ingredients to make classic dishes with a twist. ONA offers a casual atmosphere where you can explore coastal cuisine as well as a full wine, beer and liquor menu with unique festive beverages.
Ona has the happiest hours on the coast! Check out the menu below, served Sunday through Thursday from 4-6 p.m. in the lounge!! Also visit our lounge for bar specials all night, every night.
Spas | Massage, Facials
The Overleaf Lodge
280 Overleaf Lodge Lane Hwy 101 North of Yachats | (541) 547-4880 or Toll-Free (800) 338-0507
An Aveda Spa. The Overleaf Spa, located inside the Overleaf Lodge in Yachats Oregon, is a premier spa vacation destination of the Pacific Northwest. The Overleaf Spa offers a complete menu of treatments designed to help restore, refresh and rejuvenate. Ask about our healing massages, therapeutic body care treatments, relaxing hydrotherapies and restorative facials. Overleaf Spa’s calm atmosphere invites you to experience extreme pampering. Overleaf Lodge & Spa is located at the North end of Yachats along the celebrated Oregon Coast.
Book spa treatments when booking Ethel’s reservation as the Overleaf is often booked.
Grocery & Shopping
231 Highway 101 in Yachats | (541) 547-4561
265 Hwy 1010 in Yachats 541-547-3022
Forgot a good book? No worries. Mari’s is nestled in the peaceful and diverse community of Yachats (“The Gem of the Oregon Coast”), Mari’s Books offers new and “gently used” books. If you’re looking for quality titles, as well as choice beach or fireside reading, look no further. From fiction to philosophy, mystery and more (check out the pulp fiction rack!), national best-sellers to award-winning local authors — something for everyone.
Located in the Yachats Village plaza in the middle of town, just off Highway 101 next to the C&K Market.
On the Coast
We think our best attraction on the coast IS the wonderful Oregon Coast! Whether it’s a beautiful summer day or a winter storm blowing in, there is always something that allows you to put aside the everyday and simply enjoy the Coast.
Sea Lion Caves
Visit Sea Lions just south of us in Florence, Oregon. Sea Lion Caves is a privately owned wildlife preserve and bird sanctuary (since 1932) centrally located just 11 miles north of Florence on the beautiful and rugged Oregon Coast. Sea Lion Caves is proud to be part of the Oregon/Cape Perpetua Marine Reserve helping to protect the local marine animals and marine environment. Sea Lion Caves is America’s largest sea cave and the year-round home of the Steller sea lion, but sea lions are not always in the Cave. They are wild animals and we are not a zoo so these protected animals come and go as they please, as is their nature. There are times during the year when the sea lions may leave us completely, please call ahead for information. Winter months will usually find hundreds of sea lions in the Cave and when spring arrives, breeding and birthing time, the sea lions will move from the Cave to the rookery areas (the rock ledges out if front of the Cave) and will remain there through the summer.
Heceta Head Lighthouse
Pronounced “Ha – SEE – Ta” by most, “HECK – ah – Ta” by others, yet everyone agrees Heceta Head is one of the most beautiful lighthouses in the world. The Heceta Head Lighthouse and Light Keeper’s house are circa 1894 and are on the National Historic Register.
The lighthouse is a working lighthouse. From a height of 205 feet above the ocean, its “first order” Fresnel lens, casts it’s beams some 21 miles out to sea. It is the brightest light on the Oregon coast. It is said to be the most photographed lighthouse in the United States.
The Heceta Head Keeper’s House is perched on a cliff with a magnificent view of the Pacific Ocean and the beach below. Paths from the Keeper’s House lead both to the beach and to the lighthouse. Heceta Head offers excellent views of the Pacific Ocean.
The historic Yachats 804 Trail probably first served as a footpath for tribal people, later becoming part of County Road 804, which included the 7-mile stretch of beach between Yachats and Waldport at low tide. County Road 804 served as the settler’s route of travel between the farmland of the upper Yachats River valley and Waldport’s Alsea Bay until the 1930s and the completion of Hwy 101. The highway replaced the oceanside portion of County Road 804, allowing it to resume its ancient use as a footpath.
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 natural and cultural history exhibits. A great place to hike, picnic or take in the scenic wonder.