Hug Point Trail is a 1.2 mile moderately trafficked out and back trail located near Tolovana Park, Oregon and is good for all skill levels. The trail is primarily used for hiking, walking, nature trips, and bird watching and is accessible year-round. Dogs are also able to use this trail but must be kept on leash.

Distance: 1.2 miles Elevation Gain: 78 feet Route Type: Out & Back

dogs on leash

kid friendly

hiking

nature trips

walking

bird watching

beach

closed

This trail is experiencing full or partial closure due to COVID-19. Please see the open trails nearby for alternate hiking options.

hiking
1 month ago

Literally the BEST trail I did in Oregon. I’m from Texas, so I’ve never experienced a beach like this and I was amazed to say the least. TIP: GO AT LOW TIDE OR YOUR MISSING OUT!

hiking
2 months ago

Beautiful, great for kids, my 10yo enjoyed it. Wry East!

hiking
2 months ago

Visit at Low Tide

hiking
2 months ago

Pretty and easy. Nice place to chill.

hiking
5 months ago

Stunning! Must stop here but if you do make sure it's LOW tide! Otherwise you can get stuck in a cave or worse, swelted out to sea by a sneaker wave! No joke, I got trapped in one until the tide receded back. Very dangerous!

hiking
6 months ago

Very fun part of Oregon history , very short walk out make sure to look at the tide table before you head out

hiking
6 months ago

Gorgeous spot along the coast. It’s worth going when the tide is low or you’ll miss the best spot! Took our pups & they loved running around! We were here late Sept.

hiking
7 months ago

Great little hike with beautiful views. This hike is very easy and is mostly all on the beach.

hiking
7 months ago

It was a really easy one that both kids and dogs loved. We barely made it in time because of high tide.

hiking
8 months ago

Easy walk over to a cool spot with caves and a small waterfall. Go around low tide or prepare to get wet!

hiking
8 months ago

Loved it! Not a long walk at all and beyond gorgeous.

hiking
8 months ago

Hug Point is beautiful. Access to beach from parking lot is not very good. So beware if you have any physical limitation issues. The caves on the north end of beach which are only accessed at low tide ( and you need to pay attention) are magical! If you like to sing, amazing sound! The small waterfall and and the road cut out of “Hug Point” add a lot to this wonderful beach. There are picnic tables off the parking lot in the tall Douglas Firs. Enjoy! Very busy in the summer.

hiking
8 months ago

Beautiful! Make sure to go at low tide, if you want to explore more in the caves bring a headlamp. Wasn’t too packed but definitely was a popular spot. Tons of jellyfish were washing up when we were there!

hiking
9 months ago

very pretty and yes low tide is the best time to go.

hiking
9 months ago

Definitely go at low tide.

hiking
10 months ago

This is absolutely a beach walk... otherwise ‘no trail’, but one of the prettiest I’ve seen yet! Be sure to visit during low tide!

hiking
10 months ago

As others have stated, there's no trail here. It is a beach walk. Great place to explore but you need to go during low tide. I preferred Crescent Beach Trail in Ecola State Park to this so if you're trying to decide, hope this helps. Beach was beautiful thought.

hiking
10 months ago

Not so much of a hike as it is just a nice walk on the beach, but it is BEAUTIFUL! Caves, waterfalls, beautiful rocky cliffs, tidepools, and cool little history/back story. Our kids had a ton of fun running ahead to see if a cave awaited around the next corner. Pack a lunch and beach toys and make it a day! We will be back

hiking
10 months ago

Nice walk on the beach. Beautiful caves and tide pools!

hiking
11 months ago

Good place to stretch legs and just hang out on the beach. If you go during low tide, you can explore some small caves, see a small waterfall and old road built in the rocks (just read history of Hug point before). We visited this beach aroung 2 pm - seems like a good time, but feel free to check tide schedule.

walking
11 months ago

Nice area to walk around and set up campfire to relax.

hiking
11 months ago

Low tide offers lots of beach to explore! Beautiful place with cool history.

walking
11 months ago

Visited hug point with my 2 and 4 year olds. We all loved it! Had a blast exploring sea caves and tide pools. Climbed up the water fall and used the boulders as a natural playground. One of the most beautiful beaches on the Oregon coast!

Sat May 18 2019

beautiful go when tide is out visit summer 2018 visit june 2019

hiking
Sun May 05 2019

We had a wonderful time. Blue skies, very few people, tides were low and so surreal to stand where so many original settlers once maneuvered their wagons. If you don’t know the history of this point I say for sure look it up previous to going. We are sooo glad we did, it added to the ambiance of the hike!! We can’t wait to return with family. Also great amazing waterfall on the beach!!!

Sat Apr 20 2019

Loved this beach, must go back when the tide is low so I can go around the point to the waterfall.

hiking
rocky
Fri Mar 29 2019

It’s not much of a hike. It just feels like you’re climbing on rocks you shouldn’t be climbing on. It’s beautiful once you’re on the rocks it’s a 5 star view, but for hiking maybe 3 stars.

hiking
rocky
Sun Feb 24 2019

Not really a hike a fun place to stretch legs and have lunch. It is the beach so it is slick and rocky and places. If you really want to explore you are going to get wet and be aware of the tide you can get stranded!

Sat Feb 16 2019

Very beautiful view at sunset. Bring water-proof shoes. A little slippery.

hiking
Tue Dec 25 2018

Not clearly marked...not sure if the "hike" is considered just walking along the beach or the primitive trails. We couldn't go the beach route due to the tide so we tried the trail. It was VERY overgrown so much that we had to turn around. We did have some very pretty view on the short trail we were able to do & could see the waterfall from the top.

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