Yachats 804 Trail

EASY 54 reviews

Yachats 804 Trail is a 1.3 mile out and back trail located near Yachats, Oregon. The trail is good for all skill levels and primarily used for hiking and walking. Dogs are also able to use this trail but must be kept on leash.

Distance: 1.3 miles Elevation Gain: 26 feet Route Type: Out & Back

dogs on leash

kid friendly

hiking

walking

beach

walking
1 month ago

Stunning views. The waves crashing against the rocks here are a sight to see.

hiking
2 months ago

Nice quick walk along the ocean. Huge waves today!

walking
off trail
7 months ago

A lovely walk with views of the ocean the entire way. There are a few spots you can climb down to the beach or to tide pools. My grandpa loved it and now it always reminds me of him.

9 months ago

If you park at the mouth of the river near the bathroom you have a longer walk around 3 miles round trip.

10 months ago

Awesome easy walk with gorgeous views and tide pools when the tide is low.

Sat Jan 26 2019

Gorgeous views! Wide path and flat. Nice for a Sunday stroll

running
Sat Jul 21 2018

Beautiful view, I love walking this trail. Pretty off-trail areas to explore as well. I run and push a stroller on it and it works for the most part, with a few challenging spots. Very dog friendly, even has a trash can for waste disposal.

Wed May 30 2018

The trail emptied onto the beach. Beautiful!

Tue May 08 2018

I love this hike. Its really pretty for looking at the ocean. Only thing some may not like is tourist come here frequently.

walking
Sun May 06 2018

This walk and beach is getting really crowded with tourists. Beautiful beach, but too many people if you’re looking for a peaceful nature walk. Please leave unfriendly dogs at home if they can’t get along with others.

walking
Wed Apr 25 2018

High tide, big waves, sunset-super!

Sun Apr 15 2018

Great thank u

walking
Thu Sep 14 2017

Awesome multi-purpose trail. Access to beach and multiple spots to sit and relax. Kid friendly and the views, epic!

Mon Oct 10 2016

The best beach walk on the Oregon Coast.

walking
Mon Sep 19 2016

My wife and I walked that trail ( about 2 miles), starting at the Overleaf Lodge where we stayed. We first went North to NW Salmon St for a short stroll on the beach (it was drizzling and a bit cold) and then to the Southern end on Aqua Vista Loop. Be considerate of the private properties on the Southern Side as the trail goes through them. The trail is flat and hugs the coastline all the way with may spurs to access the rocky areas or the beach past NW Salmon St. A very nice early morning or late evening stroll (not that walking the trail during the day would be much less appealing :-) ). This is part of what spending some time on the coast is all about: enjoying the Oceanside in all types of weathers.

bird watching
Wed Jul 06 2016

Great for a early morning walk to start your day.

Fri Mar 25 2016

Awesome!

hiking
Fri Aug 14 2015

If you go to Yachats, Oregon Coast, this is an absolute MUST!!! The little trail starts at Smelt Sands State Park and meanders along the coast and rocky shores, which is very lovely, beautiful and depending on the time of day, quite spectacular..... Especially at sunset. After that, you can walk for 6 miles along the sandy beach and find sand dollars, and all sorts of treasures on the beach..... Do the beach walk early morning on a low tide! If you are there on a high tide go North a bit, and enjoy spectacular waves crashing onto the rocks, towering sprays up to 40 feet high. I love this little trail, and I hope you will enjoy it also. Remember to leave only footprints, and only take pictures !!

hiking
Fri Apr 13 2012

I love this trail. It is flat all the way. We spent more time making our way along the shoreline then we actually spent right on the trail. The kids found plenty of star fish, there is a small arch if you look closely and a few benches along the way.

hiking
Mon Jul 18 2011

Awesome hike along crashing waves. Very easy/short hike for the incredible views.

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