Saturday, Oct. 19 through Monday, Oct. 21
Learn about mushrooms, the role of fungi in forest
ecology, how to grow your own edible mushrooms;
participate in informative mushroom talks, guided
walks, workshops, and wild mushroom displays,
and enjoy wild forest mushroom cuisine at local
Saturday, Oct. 26, 5 to 9 p.m., Yachats Lions Club,
344 4th St. Presented by Yachats Presbyterian
Church. Cost: $12 for dinner and music; $5 for beer
by Yachats Brewing; performances by Yachats
Big Band, Sauerkraut Seven, and more.
CRAFTS ON THE COAST HARVEST HOLIDAY FESTIVAL
Saturday, Nov. 2, 11 a.m. to 5 p.m., Yachats Commons
The festival showcases about 70 of the best artisans from the Pacific Northwest offering their handmade crafts, fine art, and gourmet food for holiday gifting. Craft demonstrations and free gourmet food tasting. Free entry.
YACHATS CELTIC MUSIC FESTIVAL
Saturday, Nov. 9, Sunday, Nov. 10. Festival includes musical performances, workshops and presentations, dancing, jam sessions, food and beer and whiskey tastings.
Blue dot shows location of Yachats; Click on "View Larger Map" for our location.
SO MUCH TO DO
The Yachats area is well known for hiking trails of all levels of difficulty. The Oregon Trail pass our driveway. We're happy to provide information on these trails. We also have walking sticks for those who like a little more stability.
NOT ALL GOOD THINGS IN YACHATS ARE OUTSIDE
The Amanda Statue (above left) is located about halfway into the Amanda Trail, which crosses the base of our driveway and reaches the site of the Amanda statue. It honors a blind Native American woman forced to walk barefoot on the rocky beach from her home to the Coast Sub-reservation located where the Adobe Resort is now. The trail continues on to Cape Perpetua. Other trails start at Cape Perpetua. The giant spruce (above right) is east of the Cape Perpetua Visitor Center.
WANT TO BOOK A RESERVATION?
Cape Perpetua offers regular tours and special events. Call Visitor Center to confirm times: 541-547-3289. Events are free, but a parking pass is required. We have one that our guests can use while visiting.
CAPE PERPETUA LAND-SEA SYMPOSIUM
Thursday, Nov. 21, Yachats Commons
The Land-Sea Symposium is a community event aimed at promoting local stewardship efforts and raising awareness about current research being conducted within the Cape Perpetua nearshore and adjacent watersheds. FREE. Food and drinks will be served. RSVP at 541-547-3289.
HECETA HEAD LIGHTSTATION
Year-Round: lighthouse interpreters 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. daily, weather and staff permitting.
Gerdemann Gardens Trail, famous for its rhododendrons (left); Ya'Xaik Trail (below).
YACHATS' CHARMING DOWNTOWN offers gift shops, art galleries, coffee shops, an ice cream shop, old-fashioned mercantile, as well as an excellent choice of restaurants including Ona, a top-notch American eclectic restaurant; Drift Inn, excellent food, wide variety including vegetarian and gluten-free choices, and live music every night; Luna Sea, a casual fish market and restaurant owned by the captain of his own vessel who brings in his fresh catch; Yachats Farm Store, which features a micro-brewery and imaginative organic and free-range food choices. VILLAGE SHOPS (below): shopping strip; Earthworks Gallery, Green Salmon Coffee Shop, Toppers Ice Cream & Espresso.