Located in the center of the community of Oceanside, this park offers some of the best agate hunting during the winter season when the sand is stripped away by ocean currents. During the summer season, the park is a popular place to beachcomb, explore tidepools and surf. The sky above the park is occasionally filled with colorful hang gliders, paragliders and kites.

Loved visiting the ocean at this location, we went around 9am after a nice breakfast in Oceanside and there was hardly anyone else around. We went through the tunnel to the other beach and it was just as beautiful. I told my husband as we' passed through the tunnel it felt like we were looking for One-eyed Willie's treasure.

3 months ago

Easy hike along the beach and through a man-made tunnel to Agate Beach. During lower tides, you can climb on rocks, explore caves, etc.

BTW, there's a better trail called "Short Beach Trail" or "Stairway of a Thousand Steps" to some the leads to a secret beach with a kind-of waterfall. It's off the beaten path, and I highly recommend it. To find it, just look north of town for where Radar Rd. meets the main rd. Park there, and you'll see a sign for Short Beach.

4 months ago

Awesome beach that wasn't crowded at all. The scenery was unbelievable and the town of Oceanside is super cool. Didn't go over to Agate Beach, but had a blast visiting the ocean!

5 months ago

Not too busy. One of my favorite beaches from my trip up the Oregon coast. .

6 months ago

Tuesday, July 05, 2016

The trail starts at the Oceanside public beach parking lot on the beach, and heads north on the beach towards the tunnel, you can go to the other side of the tunnel to Agate Beach, this trail is kid and pet friendly, as long as your dog is on a leash. The trail features a tunnel that crosses to the other side of the mountain into Agate Beach, a beautiful not so crowded beach.

Thursday, June 09, 2016

on Oceanside Beach Trail

Thursday, October 29, 2015

Monday, July 28, 2014

Pretty beach along the Oregon Coast near Tillamook, OR.