Picture of a breaching mammal while whale watching in Newport, Oregon.Whether this is your first Pacific Northwest coastal getaway or your 100th visit, consider setting aside time to go whale watching in Newport, Oregon. During your stay at the Embarcadero Resort, you’ll have ample opportunities to see these majestic beasts from the shoreline or on a nautical cruise. Immerse yourself in nature and expand your knowledge about whale watching in Oregon when you stay at our Newport resort. 

An Insider’s Guide to Whale Watching in Newport, Oregon

Whale watching on the Oregon Coast is a year-round activity; sightings peak according to whale migrations. For instance, from December to January and late March to June, thousands of grey whales migrate north towards Alaska, so it’s a great time to view these magnificent mammals. If you prefer to find a few spots along the coast, it’s best to head out in the morning when the sun won’t be in your face. We’ve gone ahead and made a list of some great onshore whale watching locations near our Newport, Oregon, hotel.

If you’re unable to get to these locations, anywhere along the Oregon Coast has the opportunity to grant whale sightings. Spouts are the most common sighing you’ll have from the shoreline. For a closer look, we recommend bringing a pair of binoculars or booking a charter near Newport, Oregon. Here’s a list of a few nearby whale watching tour guides:

Nautical Adventures Await at The Embarcadero Resort

Tucked away in Newport’s Historic Bayfront, The Embarcadero Resort offers the ultimate Central Oregon Coast getaway. Our spectacular accommodations feature balconies with oceanfront viewing and access to countless Newport, Oregon, activities such as whale watching, hikes, shopping, boat rentals, and so much more. Begin planning the getaway of a lifetime by making a reservation online or giving us a call at 541-265-8521.