Yaquina Head Directions
Yaquina Head is located on the central coast of Oregon at the north end of Newport.
Newport is located 55 miles west of Corvallis on the central Oregon coast. Take Hwy. 20 to U.S. Hwy. 101 to Newport. Turn right onto Hwy. 101 and proceed north 4.5 miles to Lighthouse Drive and turn left to enter Yaquina Head.
Driving from the north on Hwy. 101, turn right onto Lighthouse Drive approximately 0.5 mile south of the Newport city limit sign.
There are signs on the highway and at the stop light at the intersection of Hwy. 101 and Lighthouse Drive to help direct you to Yaquina Head.
Gate will open at 8 am and the site will close at sunset.
- Interpretive Center:
The Lighthouse is open for ranger-led tours only. Tours are offered Sunday, Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday. Please click here for important tour information.
Call 541-574-3100 for the most up-to-date information.
Yaquina Head honors and issues all America the Beautiful National Parks and Federal Recreational Lands passes (senior, annual, military, access, volunteer and 4th grade). Yaquina Head also honors and issues Oregon Pacific Coast passes. For a complete list of fees and the annual and lifetime passes accepted at Yaquina Head, click here (PDF).
|Personal passenger vehicle||$7||3 days|
|Annual Yaquina Head||$15||12 months|
|Bicyclist, walker||free||1 day|
|Commercial van, < 21 passenger capacity||$25||1 day|
|Commercial bus >21 passenger capacity||$50||1 day|
Yaquina Head welcomes your group, whether it be a small wedding party or an educational field trip. In order to help you have the best experience possible, a reservation or permit is needed. Please click the appropriate link:
- School group
- Commercial tour group
- Commercial filming (PDF)
- Wedding (PDF)
- Research (PDF)
- Events (runs, scattering of ashes, bicycle rides, etc.) (PDF)
ESRI Story Maps
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