Alsea Bay Historic Interpretive Center

Show08/19/2015
General Advisory
Effective Aug. 19 at 10 a.m., a statewide ban is in place for all campfires and open flames in properties owned and managed by Oregon State Parks, as well as the ocean shores. This includes but is not limited to fire pits, tiki torches, and candles. The use of propane stoves and/or charcoal briquettes for cooking may be allowed, but are subject to local fire restrictions. Please check with park staff. This ban will remain in effect for at least one week and will be re-evaluated based on fire status, weather and guidance from state and local fire officials.

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The Historic Alsea Bay Bridge Interpretive Center in Waldport was constructed by the Oregon Department of Transportation as part of the bridge replacement project. It's operated by the Oregon Parks and Recreation Department with help from the Waldport Chamber of Commerce.

Clamming and crabbing demonstrations are led by guides from the Oregon Parks and Recreation Department during the summer months. Check out the events calendar for program days and times.

Summer hours for the Alsea Bay Bridge Interpretive Center are 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM, seven days a week.