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Nice beach walk and stroll along river, visitors center with free brochures about Oregon and other more difficult hikes. Clean public bathrooms at visitor center.

11 months ago

Nice beach walk with our dog. Gets busy

Tuesday, October 17, 2017

One of my favorite places on the planet and my dog's as well. She launched after sticks at the boat launch before we walked around the boat harbor to the beach where she hit the surf with an audience. We walked the river as well. A beautiful, interesting area that use to be one of my go to walking areas.

Tuesday, September 05, 2017

Nice beach with good views but pretty soft heavy sand or rocks to walk on. Beautiful views and rock formations. Today was a very flat day on the ocean. All the pictures posted are colored from the ongoing Chetco Bar Fire and it definitely was an ugly yellow sky and I hope to never see it look like this again. It's usually far more beautiful...

Wednesday, August 16, 2017

Great little beach by the harbor and in front of the RV park. A regular go to for getting my lab, Brook out in the surf. Probably the best place in the area to see the Gray Whales migrating through. It's also the busiest beach in our area.

Short little easy loop suitable for many including those in an off road wheelchair. I f you were in a chair you could skip the beach part. The trail is flat and easy and safe for kids. I saw more people than usual here today. Layed down my 1st complete track on this one.

Nice meander along the beach. There is no marked path, or a real hike for that matter, but if you're looking for a meandering walk along the beach and some fun tide pools, this is a good fit.

Beautiful beach to walk on into California. There is also a trail in the trees that is north of the parking lot that you can access the winchuck river. Dogs love it too.

One of my go to walks with my dogs. On the Crissey Field end they have to be leashed but on the other end there are far less people and Pelican doesn't require a leash. Beautiful beach with great open ocean views. Off in the distance most days you can see the lighthouse and many rock formations including Camel Rock out in front of Crissey Field. You also have the option of playing with the dogs or fishing in the Winchuck river or off the beach on the Oregon side. Very common to see Seals, Sea Lions and Ospreys on the hunt near the mouth of the river.