Beverly Beach is popular for a reason! Like magic, a well-known walkway goes under the highway and emerges to the long expanse of sandy beach extending from Yaquina Head (you can see the lighthouse from here) to the headlands of Otter Rock. When the weather cooperates, kites color the air and whip in the wind. Bring a bucket and build a sand castle! Surfers often head to the north beach, while folks looking for fossils head south. A few steps from the ocean you'll find the forest-sheltered campground. Giant, wind-sculpted trees and nurse logs surround the campsites strung along pebbly Spencer Creek. There is a Visitors Information Center located near the registration booth where you can also purchase books,souvenirs or educational toys. The children's playground is located next to the program area. The picnic area is a grassy, tree-lined spot protected from summer winds by a charming yurt group meeting hall. It's hard to believe all this is a few minutes drive from the Oregon Coast Aquarium, Yaquina Head and other prime attractions.
Merf D. on Devils Punchbowl State Natural Area Trail
we actually saw whales! the punch bowl wasn't spurting water high enough when we went but looked cool.
Hike M. on Beverly Beach State Park Campground
This is a fun stop anytime of the year.
Hike M. on Devils Punchbowl State Natural Area Trail
Fun place to visit often for lunch great view catch the surfers and feed the squirrels
I visited this sea cave during a trip to Oregon. My brother who lives there stopped off as we were travelling up the coast. The location is fenced off for safety and natural preservation. I feel that had I been able to venture down to the water the experience could have been more magical, but I also understand that my life would have been in danger. Picnic tables offer a chance to gaze at the sunset. The sea-side gets very windy and surfers below take advantage of that. Oregon has such a bitchin' coast line; it truely can't be beat.
Love this campground! It separates the tent sites from RVs. RV spots seem hard to come by, but we haven't had an issue yet reserving one of our top 5 tent sites for the night, so it's a non-issue. Yes, it's a State Park campground, so the sites are not super-wild, but it's a great, beautiful location to enjoy the area. The State Park comes with its conveniences - hot showers, available ice, wood for fires, and toilets. There are a couple of nature trails, but as has been said, most people seem to spend their time at the beach or enjoying the area. This is our go-to spot when weekending at the coast. If you look around, it will be hard to find a better camping spot as good on the coast.
THE TRAIL I FOUND WAS WALKING THE BEACH ON EITHER SIDES OF THE PUNCH BOWL.
THERE ARE SIGNS THAT SAY DANGER TO NOT GO ON OTHER SIDE OF THE GATE ???
BUT THOSE THAT ARE YOUNGER AND ADVENTUROUS ,,, JUST DO IT IF YOU WANT TO EXPERIENCE A BETTER VIEW. BE CAREFUL THOUGH ROCKS ARE SLIPPERY.
ON THE RIGHT SIDE OF THE FENCE YOU CAN CRAWL UNDER. AND HIKE DOWN THE SIDE. BUT WHEN YOU NEAR THE BOTTOM BE VERY CAREFUL!!! Or you will be sliding the rest of the way down. ALSO SMALL CAVE DoWn at the bottom when its Low tide. :)
This is a pretty nice campground considering it's a state park, on the beach non the less. There are some hiking trails in the campground, but most people go hike the beach. Individual sites are nice, especially the ones for tent campers only.