Historic Rocky Creek Bridge

Rocky Creek bridge, also known as the Ben Jones bridge, was built in 1927 and stands at the southern end of Otter Crest Loop. The bridge spans Rocky Creek along the Pacific Ocean. The arch bridge was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 2005.
Rocky Creek bridge, also known as the Ben Jones bridge, was built in 1927 and stands at the southern end of Otter Crest Loop. The bridge spans Rocky Creek along the Pacific Ocean. The arch bridge was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 2005.

Mariners’ Guardian

The light towner in Yaquina Head Lighthouse, built in 1872, tops out at 93 feet. The lighthouse is built on a narrow promontory of land sitting nearly a mile out into the Pacific Ocean. It is Oregon's tallest lighthouse. The oil-burning lamp has been replaced with a 1000-watt globe but the lighthouse still shines its light every night to alert mariners to this hazardous stretch of coastline,
The light tower in Yaquina Head Lighthouse, built in 1872, tops out at 93 feet. The lighthouse is built on a narrow promontory of land sitting nearly a mile out into the Pacific Ocean. It is Oregon’s tallest lighthouse. The oil-burning lamp has been replaced with a 1000-watt globe but the lighthouse still shines its light every night to alert mariners to this hazardous stretch of coastline,

Sentinel of Light

The Yaquina Head Lighthouse, built in 1872, stands 93 feet tall and is built on a narrow promontory of land sitting nearly a mile out into the Pacific Ocean. It is Oregon's tallest lighthouse. The oil-burning lamp has been replaced with a 1000-watt globe but the lighthouse still shines its light every night to alert mariners to this hazardous stretch of coastline,
The Yaquina Head Lighthouse, built in 1872, stands 93 feet tall and is built on a narrow promontory of land sitting nearly a mile out into the Pacific Ocean. It is Oregon’s tallest lighthouse. The oil-burning lamp has been replaced with a 1000-watt globe but the lighthouse still shines its light every night to alert mariners to this hazardous stretch of coastline,