A variety of programs are in the works for this spring and summer. Upcoming topics include Whale Watch week and lecture series on ancient tools, forest ecology, the Wilderness Act 50th Anniversary celebration and more.
The visitor center also features exhibits and films related to the local resources and history of the Cape Perpetua Scenic Area.
A $5 day-use pass is required at Cape Perpetua Scenic Area. Several annual passes are also available to meet a variety of circumstances, if you plan on staying longer or visit often.
Location: The Visitor Center is located three miles south of Yachats on Highway 101 and is famous for breath-taking indoor, stormproof views of the sea and forest.