Watching waves during a winter storm at Shore Acres State Park is awe-inspiring, so it’s no wonder why photographers and visitors come out in droves for Winter storm watching . If you are among the visitors who plan to visit Oregon’s Adventure Coast: Coos Bay, North Bend, Charleston between January 1st, 2022 through February 28, 2022, you can receive 15% off lodging at participating properties ! Please note that terms and conditions apply.
Shore Acres State Park is considered the premier storm watching spot on the entire Oregon Coast. Perched on top of an 80 foot cliff, this location allows for a safer distance above the waves while enjoying fantastic views. The park also has a storm watching hut where visitors can view winter storms. Check out these photographs taken at Shore Acres by local photographer, Steven Micheal .
Here are some Linda Prefontaine shared with us…
Enjoy these photos taken by Erik Urhahl …
A few others…
Other storm watching options on Oregon’s Adventure Coast include the bluff overlooking Bastendorff Beach, Sunset Bay State Park and other parks along the Cape Arago Beach Loop.
Oregon’s Adventure Coast Winter Storm Watching Quick Tips
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