Visitor Information

Summer 2020

Due to the Covid-19 pandemic and the restrictions against strangers getting to close to one another, SEA will not be having any volunteers with spotting scopes at the points in Bandon or Simpson Reef. We are very sorry to miss meeting and talking with the many thousands of folks who take time to let us show off our “miracles of the coast.” Stay safe and be well! Look forward to being able to spend time with you and to enhance your visit to the Oregon Coast in 2021.

In Summer 2021, come visit us at one of these locations:
Simpson Reef & Shell Island – SEA provides wildlife interpreters through the summer at the Simpson Reef Overlook parking lot about one mile south of the entrance to Shore Acres State Park on the Cape Arago Highway.
Face Rock/Coquille Point – SEA provides wildlife interpreters during the spring at the Face Rock overlook parking lot 1/4 mile south of 11th Street in Bandon or at Coquille Point on the west end of 11th Street.

If you are staying at Bullard’s Beach State Park, there are very interesting, fun and informative programs available to visitors.

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