Welcome to Little Whale Cove!                                    
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Little Whale Cove is an Oregon Planned-Unit-Development of 268 home-sites on 140 acres in Depoe Bay, a "city" of 1,200. Our residents are an eclectic mix of families and retirees from varied geographic and cultural backgrounds, who enjoy a relaxed but active lifestyle. We live in a forest, where it meets the ocean, high atop volcanic cliffs, along the beautiful Central Oregon Coast. 
This Northwest gem includes 40 acres of common area, with a recreation center, indoor pool and spa, exercise room, tennis courts, meeting rooms and many miles of roads and paved or wooden walking paths that meander through rainforest woodlands and along breathtaking ocean cliffs. Some of these paths lead to "Little Whale Cove," a pond created by 3 streams, as they join the ocean.
Little Whale Cove is a very special community in a very special place. There's a rich history, dynamic ecology and diversity of flora and fauna. An active and involved membership offers ample opportunity to make friends, join a social club, volunteer, take a class or enjoy barbecues, seasonal pot-lucks and holiday parties. Or you can hibernate and work on your project all winter long.
We hope you like it here.  Thanks for visiting!
Film credit: Byron Lewis, 2014
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2018 Annual Meeting
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Governing Documents
News and Information
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Rec Center ReDesign
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Little Whale Cove Weather
updated October 4, 2018
This station belongs to Robert Gall, 
LWC resident, meteorologist and NOAA affiliate.
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Innisfree Updates
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LWCCOA Updates
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Ad Hoc Committees
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Resident Directory
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Upcoming Events
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Volunteer Opportunities
Wooden Forest Boardwalks - Annual Maintenance and Repair Project Sept-Oct. 2016
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Ocean Walk Safety Railings - Painting Project - ongoing
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Neighbors for Kids - right across the street! 541-765-8990
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