Sea Lion Caves

About Sea Lion Caves……..
Sea Lion Caves is nature's home for wild sea lions and a variety of sea birds. Sea Lion Caves is located 11 miles North of Florence on the Oregon Coast.

The vast cavern with the roar of the great Steller sea lions, the cries of the wailing birds, and the restless surge of the ocean into the cave below, form an unforgettable experience.


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On Top of the Sea Lion Caves, Looking South

Looking out a the Vast Ocean

People Were Looking Down into the Surf, and Pointing saying that they saw a Sea Lion…………………

I must have been Blind, I never saw any in the Surf…..

Sea Lion Statue with me Behind

Elevator that takes you down 208 feet into the cave

Sea Lions……..

More Sea Lions….

Sea Lions Swimming into the Cave

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King of the Hill Rock………

This was where the old entrance was before the Elevator…..

135 stair step wooden tower was extended down to the north entrance of the caves

Back down the Stairs to the Cave Floor…….and back to the elevator

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      2010.03.25 Edited

      WOW! What a great post and what a great place to take pictures. I can imagine the whole experience was unforgettable!

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      2010.03.20 Edited

      Thanks for the mini-vacation and info, great shots !! cd

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      2010.03.20 Edited

      Wow, Tom, this i a great and lovely report about these caves. I would like to see that, too. It's a good idea to observe the lions without disturbing them.

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      2010.03.19 Edited

      What an amazing place. Thanks for sharing this with us, great set.

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      2010.03.19 Edited

      Oh my, how lucky you are to be able to see such wonderful sights....as well as to come away with some great shots....wow!!

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      Mel
      2010.03.18 Edited

      What a wonderful set of a wonderful place. I would love to visit there. Thanks Tom. x

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      2010.03.18 Edited

      Great series, and interesting information, Tom. I'd love to see this place when we're in Bandon in June. Have to go look it up!