Moolack Shores Motel

Address: 8835 N Coast Hwy, Newport, Oregon, 97365-9514, United States | Motel
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This motel, located on 8835 N Coast Hwy, Newport, is near Yaquina Head Lighthouse, Yaquina Head, Devil's Punch Bowl State Park, and Yaquina Bay Lighthouse.
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        • Beach


        • Minbar in room
        • Microwave in room
        • High-speed internet in room
        • Non-smoking rooms
        • Wireless internet connection in room (free)
        • Non-smoking hotel
        • Kitchenette
        • Free parking
        • Pets allowed


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        TripAdvisor Reviews Moolack Shores Motel Newport

        4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding

        Travel Blogs from Newport

        Heading South to Newport Oregon

        A travel blog entry by jordansgo on Sep 12, 2015

        24 photos

        ... guests who didn't want them back so we very conveniently acquired two US Apple chargers. After a quick sort out we headed out in the car to drive into Newport. Parking by Nye Beach we walked along the front (Emma - you were correct - there' s not much to write home about in Newport) and then across the peninsula to the estuary Bayfront area. Agin not a pretty place - lots of rundown shops and bars across the street from fish processing plants. ...

        What More Can Be Said About the Oregon Coast?

        A travel blog entry by dan-judy on Jun 26, 2015

        1 comment, 5 photos

        ... it was very foggy and so windy you could hardly even stand up -- what a change in two miles! The Yaquina Head Lighthouse, built in 1873, is the state's tallest with a 93-foot-high tower standing 162 feet above sea level. It still serves as an aid to navigation along the seacoast and at the entrance to Yaquina Bay. The fog was so thick the lighthouse was hardly visible -- but then, isn't one of the purposes of them to shine their light through the ...

        All good things come to an end

        A travel blog entry by marilynstitches on Sep 11, 2014

        28 photos

        ... will take more practice to get them right, so have a lot of odd lighted photos.The thing she finds the hardest is right light, where the sun is and how to change a setting to accommodate that.Then we have to stop the boat from moving- Charlie tries! Ha, Ha! But with animals moving so quickly, it's "catch it if you can" at the right setting - no second chances.

        We took a drive up to the Yaquina Light houses (there are 2 of them, one at ...

        Sand, Surf and Shopping

        A travel blog entry by dmoar on Sep 25, 2013

        10 photos

        ... It was hard to keep moving as the scenery was just so picturesque.

        Not long after but several hundred photos later we made camp at Beverly Beach State Park. This was another huge camp ground, fantastic amenities, beside the beach for $20. What a bargain. It was great to be back in the tent and it seems we timed it well as they had a couple of inches of rain the night ...

        Day 14: The Capes

        A travel blog entry by splencner on Jul 11, 2013

        1 comment

        ... they called this ocean 'pacific.')  Waves crashed in and splashed around violently. This area is well known to surfers. When we arrived the wind and the waves were furious. There is a small Mo's stand here offering a limited menu. I got steamers (steamed clams) to go and delighted in them for an hour afterward as if they were potato chips.  From the end of this cape called Otter Rock you can see another lighthouse on a cape to the south. We drove down ...