YACHATS Elopement Locations

+1 (541) 547-5123  —  landline & voicemail
P.O. Box 956, Yachats, OR

Yachats is one of the most spectacular areas of the Oregon Coast. Arthur Frommer, founder of Frommer’s Travel Guides, listed Yachats number seven among his ten favorite vacation destinations in the world. Here is a link to an article on this subject.

The Oregon Coast offers many natural settings for your dream wedding that are open to the public or charge a minimum fee. It is an ideal location for memorable simple weddings that include small groups of friends and/or family. Several Yachats area motels have ocean lawns and views with accommodations for larger events.

Below are several ideas for scenic outdoor ceremonies. Indoor or sheltered ideas are also available. Just check with Katrina.

Cape Perpetua, the highest sea cliff in Oregon, provides a dramatic vista for your special event.


Chris Graamans Photography

Cape Perpetua – lookout shelter          – Chris Graamans Photography

Ceremony inside the Cape Perpetua lookout shelter.

down the cliff, the Devil’s Churn is a unique coastal location.

Devils’s Churn

Walkway to Devil’s Churn

Yachats has many charming locations along the coast,

Yachats River mouth – photo by Sam Beebe


Yachats Ocean Road Park beach   Chris Graamans Photography


8 mile beach between Yachats and Waldport – TLC Wedding Photography

… including this sweet arch on the coast trail….

Arch on 804 Coast Trail – Smelt Sands Park

… and this peaceful park.

Park on Yachats Ocean Rd.

The Little Log Church in Yachats is a one-of-a-kind venue for an intimate ceremony.

Little Log Church of Yachats

For a panoramic view of Yachats and many of these locations, please visit GoYachats.com.

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