The charming village of Yachats. Photo by Ken Gagne
Jim Murphy and Diane Disse
1010 Hwy. 101 S. Yachats OR 97498 U.S.
Mailing address: P.O. Box 1006
Yachats OR 97498
Blue dot shows location of Yachats; Click on "View Larger Map" for our location.
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NOTE: For the convenience ofour guests, we have purchased a permit for day use and parking in Oregon State Parks, including Cape Perpetua Visitor Center (Phone: 541-547-3289).
The Yachats area is known for its numerous, scenic hiking trails. One of them, the Amanda Trail, starts at the base of our driveway and goes south to a grotto a Native American woman, Amanda. It continues to Cape Perpetua. A trail going north from our driveway takes walkers into town and connects to the 804 Trail on the ocean side and on to the Oregon Coast Trail. Trails vary in difficult; we have walking sticks for those who like a little more stability.
The Amanda Statue (right) is placed in a grotto about halfway into the Amanda Trail. It honors a blind Native American woman forced to walk on the rocky beach from her home to the Coast sub-reservation located where the Adobe Resort is now. The trail begins at the base of our driveway and goes to the Amanda grotto and on to Cape Perpetua.
SO MUCH TO DO
YACHATS VILLAGE MUSHROOM FESTIVAL
Oct. 19 through 21; enjoy as Yachats restaurants and other venues celebrate fabulous fungi. State park rangers offer guided tours. Other experts provide demonstrations and talks. We will have the festival schedule and menus.
FAIRY TALES: INTERNATIONAL CHALLENGE ART QUILT SHOW
Saturday, Oct. 27 and Sunday, Oct. 28, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., Yachats Commons
Features 90 quilters from the USA, Japan, and France, each representing one of 30 fairy tales in a piece of fiber art. These quilts have been to Japan and France and are now touring the U.S. The work of many Pacific Northwest fiber artists, including Yachats' Ruth Bass, are included.
Sundays, 9 a.m. to 2 p.m., Through Oct. 21.
Located just west of Hwy. 101 on Fourth Street to the intersection with Pontiac, which is closed during the market. Ample parking on Fourth west of the market area.