Photo Credit: D. Holmes Chamberlin, Jr.
- The Visitor Center will be closed until further notice; however, the Visitor Center parking lot, restrooms, and scenic area trails have reopened.
Click Here for Visitor Center and scenic area trails status updates.
- The information window at Devil’s Churn is open, and host couples will be staffing the Churn seven days per week. Kyleen (the food/drink kiosk) is also open.
- FMI, please see: Recreation and Public Services During Covid-19
Located just three miles south of downtown Yachats, the Cape Perpetua Scenic Area includes 2,600 acres and 26 miles of interconnected trails. Trails range in length from two-tenths of a mile to ten miles and rate from easy to difficult. The system’s twelve trails feature old-growth forests, Indian shell middens, Devil’s Churn, Spouting Horn, Thor’s Well, tide pools, the West Shelter, and stunning views.