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I didn’t even know we had resident Gray Whales! I’m sure it’s fun to book a boat and get on the water too but it was a last minute drive up the coast so I parked and low and behold , whales! I saw tons...More
I was really impressed with the volunteers here- they patiently answered everyone’s questions. Also, it’s free. The building is full of information about whales. If you are lucky you’ll see a whale spout or tail. There are also boat tours. Well worth a stop.
The one hour trip was just perfect. The whales were feeding in Depoe Bay, 5-8 mins. from the docks. Our Captain gave us a full one hour, not less by one second. The captain did everything he could to put us onto whales. We saw...More
I unfortunately didn't see the whales when we stopped. However, my mother and daughter saw one surface and splash its tail or however you want to say it and that made the stop here worth it as my two year old was so excited about...More
We saw about 40 gray whales in two hours. Just sitting outside a watching the ocean. Binoculars are great if you can track them, but to see them at first, scan the ocean. Worth the time to find a place to park and sit on...More
First things first... this is FREE so I'd recommend stopping in and talking to one of the staff on duty, of course you can see the exact same thing standing on the walled sidewalk but like most people there we didn't know what we were...More
We loved it so much we went back the next day! We saw resident whales both days! The volunteer within the center was amazing and very knowledgable. There was a lot of educational resources within the building, and you could also walk upstairs for more...More
This is an easy post-Gracie's Sea Hag breakfast stroll across the road. A board in the window teases you with what has been seen today. There is plenty of educational material inside to develop your and any children's interest, including videos. There were two sets...More