If the miles of sandy uncrowded beaches aren’t enough walking, Waldport’s easily accessible and varied shopping opportunities can round-out a fun day on the coast. Waldport has two main shopping areas. One includes several shops and restaurants on both sides of Hwy. 101 and the other is on Hwy 34, a few blocks east of the 101 stop light and near the port docks.
The Alsea Bay Bridge Visitor Center & Waldport Museum features one-of-a-kind souvenirs, apparel, greeting cards, posters and prints, collectibles and more. You’ll find historic books depicting the rich history of Waldport and its first nations people, the Alsi Indians. Admission to the Center is free and its ADA accessible. All distinctively Waldport!
Waldport is an antique hunter’s dream with at least eight treasure-troving opportunities including unique and hard-to-find collectibles, value-oriented thrift stores and eclectic flea markets providing a fun chance to take home locally made and inspired art. Trust us, wherever you go in Waldport, you’ll never struggle to find a parking spot, that is unless the annual Beach, Bike & Blues Festival is happening the first Saturday of May!