Trollers Lodge

355 SW Hwy 101, Depoe Bay, Oregon, 97341 , United States | Inn
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This inn, located on 355 SW Hwy 101, Depoe Bay, is near Dockside Charters.
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    Travel Blogs from Depoe Bay

    Pacific City Seascapes

    A travel blog entry by marilynstitches on Aug 03, 2014

    3 comments, 12 photos

    We have arrived this last week, Tuesday, in Pacific City – right at the beach. Has been overcast and sunny off and on – sun comes out late morning or afternoon. We had one night of rain. Fog Bank hangs out over the ocean.

    We have a nice spot in the park, with lots of bushes around – hoping to get photos of birds, but still a lot of people and activity around, so they stay away. The lady across the road has ...

    A Trip Down Hwy 101

    A travel blog entry by stebbsntoneman on Jul 26, 2014

    21 photos

    ... Bay where we saw our first gray whale! Next we stopped at the Devil's Punch Bowl, a collapsed natural sea cave, where we viewed the gaping hole from the rocks above, and then hiked down to explore the tide pools and the cavern below. From the beach, we gazed out at the waves and watched more whales breech the water and spew from their blow holes. After a quick breakfast, we headed to the Yaquina Point Lighthouse, where we avoided the day use fee by parking at ...

    Night 17: Whales Everywhere

    A travel blog entry by splencner on Jul 09, 2014

    10 photos

    ... due. The tent is surrounded by rain forests with huge leaves and hills covered in tall Sitka spruces. There are streams of water all around, but they are often obscured by vaulted ceilings of ferns. I like camping here because it's a different world and nothing like the deserts we crossed to get here. After setting up camp, with some difficulty, we made our way up the Otter Crest Loop, a scenic six mile drive to Depoe Bay. At Otter Rock, next to a ...

    Flashing light and a dilemma

    A travel blog entry by stourwalk on Aug 10, 2013

    ... out to be the biggest casino around and it would seem petulant to not have a go at losing a small amount of money. So I disappeared down to the slots for an hour - lost my $10 and headed back. Julie had just finished bathing the little two, we got them to bed and she headed down (now 2:00am) and got back an hour later (having list her $10.

    Late wake up in the morning as we were all rather ...

    Night 14: Whale Watching

    A travel blog entry by splencner on Jul 03, 2012

    14 photos

    ... resident gray whales. The captains know each one by personality. The migrating whales are only seen in spring and fall. Occasinally an
    orca or blue whale passes by, but it is rare. The state keeps a count of orcas as if they were bears or cougars. The orca feasts on the young greys from time to time, but are also fans of harbor seals and sea lions ...