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Oregon Coast Beaches

 

Cannon Beach/Ecola State Park A highlight of the Oregon Coast, Haystack Rock rises up from the beach at Ecola State Park, making it the largest monolith on the Oregon Coast. Just north of the town of Cannon Beach.

Manhattan Beach Surrounded by shore pines, this cozy little beach is an out-of-the-way spot down a short path from the parking area.  Site includes picnic tables that are protected from the wind, making this a favorite beach just north of Tillamook.

Rockaway Beach Seven miles of open beach, uncluttered by crowds and litter. It's a wonderful place if you simply want to do nothing but enjoy some peace and quiet on one of the best beaches of the Oregon Coast.

Oswald West State Park Short Sand Beach at the state park south of Cannon Beach.  Beach is in a secluded cover, about a 15 minute walk through the woods. Popular surfing spot.

Oceanside Beach is a popular day use park and a great place to beachcomb and explore tide pools.  West of Tillamook, access is free.

Neskowin Beach Tucked away in the town of Neskowin, one of the most romantic beaches along the Oregon Coast.

Roads End Beach Protected by the headland, this is a favorite of sailboarders and those just seeking a quiet walk on the beach.   A short path descends to the beach, with tidepools and a bubbling creek to explore.

D River Beach is the location of the world's smallest river, which flows 120 feet from Devils Lake into the ocean. A favorite of kite fliers, the windy beach at Lincoln City also hosts two kite festivals every year.

Otter Rock Great summer surf spot and location of the annual longboard contest, “The Cowabunga Classic”.

Beverly Beach State Park  On the east side of U.S. 101, 5 miles south of Depoe Bay  Campground open year-round.  Showers. Trails.

Agate Beach State Park - Day Use area one mile north of Newport. Picnicking, fishing, viewpoint, exhibit information.

Neptune Wayside - 3 mi s of Yachats, View Cummings Creek or hike down to look for agates, at low tide explore the tidepools and walk south to see a natural seacave.   No Fee

Devils Elbow - Located at Heceta Head, this beach offers the best of the Oregon Coast in one spot.  Sandy beach, tide pools, sparkling creek flowing under a McCullough Bridge, waves crashing against the cliffs, plenty of wildlife and picnic tables to spend an hour or an afternoon.

Heceta Beach - Just outside Florence, long stretch of beach is a favorite for long walks and beachcombing.

Sunset Bay State Park is a small, protected bay surrounded by picturesque cliffs and beautiful sunsets.  There is year-round camping, fishing, swimming, skin diving, and surfing.  From Sunset Bay State Park you can also view the Cape Arago Light.

Bastendorff Beach Park is A Coos County park located 2 miles west of Charleston off the Cape Arago Hwy.  Beautiful park with beach access and coin operated binoculars for whale watching or just viewing the sea.  91 campsites; 56 RV sites, dump station, handicap accessible, showers, children's playground, basketball court, horseshoe pits, $8.00 - $17.00, seasonal rates.  Great family park.

Bandon beautiful spectacular beaches with jutting sea stacks and crashing waves.

Samuel H. Boardman State Scenic Corridor:  Some of the most secluded beaches on the Oregon coast, rocky headlands protect numerous sandy pockets making it easy to find your perfect hideaway.