Grey whales are quite the common sight at Don Davis Park as the park offers unobstructed views of the ocean whether within the gazebo or in the parking area. During the spring and winter grey whale migration seasons, whale spottings are the norm. The resident whales that spend most of the summer months arriving in March and tend to hang around until October. These are the best whales for viewing as they are much closer to shore than those migrating up or down the coast and anytime between March and October is a great time to view these whales.
Visit the Depoe Bay website for more information about viewing whales here and at other sites in Oregon.