Yachats, Oregon, is Lincoln County's southernmost coastal town. It's smaller, more remote, less developed, and (to some) more charming than many coastal tourist towns. There are still nice options for food and lodgings, and the scenery here and nearby is spectacular.
The town of Yachats is built on a rocky terrace at the mouth of the Yachats River. To the north are the low bluffs and long sandy beaches of Lincoln County. To the south are fifteen miles of rockier, wilder coast, mostly without cell phone service, between Cape Perpetua and Heceta Head.
Attractions in Yachats include:
great walking trails
Ya 'Xaik Trail
Yachats 804 Trail
Little Log Church Museum
Smelt Sands State Recreation Site 75
Yachats Ocean Road State Natural Area 77
Yachats State Recreation Area 76
a nice Farmers Market, from the spring until October
More Yachats attractions at GoYachats.com.
More at Wikipedia, YachatsNews.com.
Distances to nearby towns:
|Miles North||Nearby towns|
|207||Crescent City, CA|
|Miles South||Nearby towns|