The Drifwood Village Motel

Address: 7947 N Coast Hwy, Newport, Oregon, 97365, United States | Motel
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This motel, located on 7947 N Coast Hwy, Newport, is near Yaquina Head Lighthouse, Yaquina Head, Oregon Coast, and Seal Rock State Recreation Site.
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    Heading South to Newport Oregon

    A travel blog entry by jordansgo on Sep 12, 2015

    24 photos

    ... see loads of small bots out fishing in the bay waters - small dories with one or two aboard - and amused to see the floating public toilet provided for them! On from here we entered the town of Tillamook where Karen persuaded the boys to stop for a brief visit to the Latimer Quilting Centre. A wonderful collection of old and new quilts, rag rugs, spinning, weaving and knitting. Had to restrain herself from buying lots of old books on American quilting ...

    Day 49 - Planes, Cars, and a Cold, Rainy Beach

    A travel blog entry by rickr53 on Jul 11, 2015

    38 photos

    ... a good seafood dinner for a Saturday night!
    Tomorrow we will do a little exploring around the beach, before continuing our journey south on US-101S. We will then turn inland to Roseburg, so we will be setup to visit Crater Lake National Park on Monday. We have been having trouble with the microphone on Jody's helmet, I think there may be a pinched wire. So tomorrow I will try to get that fixed, before Crater Lake, so we ...

    Oregon Lighthouse Trail pt 3: SEAL Team 5

    A travel blog entry by soppe on Aug 03, 2014

    1 comment, 75 photos

    ... area and a closed road leading down to small cove. Looking down at the cove, we could see seals swimming in the water!! We had yet to see harbor seals close up; my gait became something between a skip and a run. Excited. There were three swimming in the shallow waters of the cove, heads above water, checking us out. One by one, they climbed ...


    A travel blog entry by tomanderson on May 12, 2014

    1 comment, 4 photos

    ... to make out. So we drove on hoping to catch them further down the road. A couple of miles down the road we stopped in the of Yachats and sat in the car in a very private housing estate watching the sea and sure enough, after 20 minutes or so, the whales reappeared. It was great to finally see them in their natural habitat. That seems to have completed Liz's bucket list for this holiday. So, off to Portland tomorrow and our time here is nearly ...

    Day 14: The Capes

    A travel blog entry by splencner on Jul 11, 2013

    1 comment

    ... but we traveled as much of it as we could. The road passes grabbing tidal marshes, hillsides, and three capes. Land juts out into the ocean here like a natural pier. On these capes sit lighthouses which afford endless views of the deep ocean all around. The only problem was the strong cold winds. The wind at capes can easily hit 100mph. The day was clear though probably because of these winds. You can't have it all. Locals told us it has been a very ...