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One of my favorite places in Oregon. Moderate crowds. Leisurely hike. There were some bikers on the road. It is a bit rocky going to the pool but I saw children that climbed down. I went in October so I figure it is probably a lot more packed in the warmer months. Only a couple people attempted the chilly plunge. The trail there is very scenic as well and easy parking.
when you get to the end of the street you have to find parking which is not very accessible it is the driveway on the left follow it around and look for the random blue arrow pointing to the right it's very hard to find the trailhead to start with but once you get going it's a great hike. we got to the top of God's Thumb the wind was blowing between 25 and 30 miles an hour very dangerous at the top when we went but an outstanding View. it says kid friendly but with the wind gusts as large as they were I wouldn't take my kids to the top
Chris G. on Plunkett Creek Loop Trail
This is a great little out and back. We went while it was a little snowy and it was amazing!
David T. on Cape Lookout Trail
Out with the family. Beautiful views. I can see why hiking in the winter is a great time to go. Sun is low in the AM making the place seem dramatic.