Play on the water. You’ll quickly agree that cool afternoons are best spent with steaming cups of clam chowder and exceptional views of the Pacific Ocean over your shoulder. Gleneden’s coastal community greets you with a burst of salty breezes that tousle your hair and remind you to take your time. Stop and smell the wildflowers as you make your way through groves of Sitka spruces until you reach Oregon’s best views at Cascade Head.

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Key Features

· Elevators (Limited)
· 24-Hour Front Desk
· Beach Access – Closed


· 2 Hot Tubs (Outdoor) – Closed
· Activities Center
· Beach Access – Closed
· Children’s Playground
· Children’s Pool (Outdoor) – Closed
· Fitness Center
· Swimming Pool (Outdoor) – Closed
· Tennis Court

Before You Go


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Things To See and Do


Cape Foulweather

Discovered in 1778 by Captain James Cook, Cape Foulweather is one of the highest points along the Oregon coast at 500 feet. Activities include whale watching. Approx. 6 mi.


Yaquina Head Lighthouse

Climb the stairs of Oregon’s tallest lighthouse. Active since 1873, the lighthouse features 114 stairs and stands 93 feet in height. For more information, call (541) 574-3116. Just north of Newport.


Devils Punchbowl State Natural Area

Named for a hollow rock formation shaped like a gigantic punch bowl, this state natural area is a popular whale-watching site. The park features picnic areas, beach access and a hiking trail. 8 mi. north of Newport.