Walks: Bay

Walks that feature a bay

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Alsea Bay North Wayside

The Alsea Bay Bridge is a beautiful span, yet it evokes a slight pang of sadness for me since it replaced a bridge of Conde B. McCullough design. One of a set of five planned and built simultaneously to connect the Coos Bay to Newport… 

Siletz Bay Park

More than once I’ve sought online for a walking destination near Siletz Bay. Each time I found places suitable for self-propelled watercraft and also long-distance hikes in zones not far from designated hunting areas, but nothing fitting for short-range pedestrians. So I was both pleased… 

William P. Keady State Wayside

You pass William P. Keady State Wayside on your left as you enter Waldport from the south. A pair of long distance viewers stands in a gazebo next to a weathered sign that depicts the birds that can be seen in Alsea Bay. Bay dwellers… 

Lumbermans and Railroaders Memorial...

I think our car has a special auto-pilot designed to seek out bodies of water. It kicked in as my husband and I turned into Lumbermans and Railroaders Memorial Park during a visit to Garibaldi. Landing at the water’s edge – or as close as… 

Depoe Bay Wayside

If you’ve travelled between Newport and Lincoln City, odds are good you’ve stopped at the Depoe Bay wayside. The ocean is right there next to the walkway that runs along Highway 101, with parking tantalizingly close. Who could resist? The weather does its part to… 

Yaquina Bay Bridgehead Day Use Area

According to Oregon.gov, an average of 16,500 vehicles per day cross the Yaquina Bay Bridge in Newport, Oregon. You can get close-up bridge photos and even touch one of massive pillars supporting all this traffic at the Yaquina Bay Bridgehead Day Use Area. Perfectly suited…