The Cape Creek Bridge, another McCullough engineering masterpiece, sits high above Devil's Elbow State Park, one of the many beach accesses in Lane County, just south of Cape Perpetua. Directly adjacent to this structure is the historic Heceta Head Lighthouse.
Deep blue ocean and misty tree-covered coastline provide a backdrop to Heceta Head Lighthouse, one of the most photographed lighthouses in the world. Also on this property is a beautifully restored lighthouse keeper's home that is open for interpretive tours.
Located in the top center of this slide, the Cape Perpetua Visitor Center is located in Lane County on the Central Oregon Coast. This center provides information about the flora and fauna of this diverse region and provides maps and other interpretive material to such defining features as the magnificent Devil's Churn.
The Yaquina Bay Bridge is a marvelous example of a historic Conde McCullough Bridge. The second longest of the McCullough bridges, this structure serves as the Gateway to the Newport Marina and Waterfront, one of the busiest maritime activity centers on the Oregon Coast.