DescriptionAt the mouth of the Alsea River, Waldport is popular with saltwater and freshwater anglers. The coastline on both sides of Alsea Bay varies from smooth sandy beaches to rugged rocky formations.
Several nearby state parks offer hiking, agate hunting, clamming and crabbing. Many of these parks can be found along the scenic stretch of US 101, which travels along the Pacific Coast from California into Washington. Just east of Waldport is Drift Creek Wilderness Area, which offers untouched old-growth forest for hikers.
The Historic Alsea Bay Bridge Interpretive Center , 320 N.W. US 101, offers exhibits outlining the history and development of various bridges connecting the Oregon coastline; phone (541) 563-2133.
Visitor InfoWaldport Chamber of Commerce 320 N.W. US 101 WALDPORT, OR 97394. Phone:(541)563-2133