Oregon Beach Access Numbers

Oregon has a system of numbered beach access points, intended to ease communication with and among emergency responders.  This is a list of the numbered access points I've visited.  Not all of these are great places for travelers to access the beach -- some don't have parking to speak of.

1 10 20 30 40
50 60 70 80 90
100 110 120 130 140
150 160 170 180 190
  Columbia River 🌉  
1 Fort Stevens SP? 🅿 Astoria
area
2 No-parking example --> 🚫
9 ? ?  
10 The north coast is a mystery to me.  I look forward to filling in the blanks. ?  
11 ? ?  
12A
EcolaEcola Point?
🅿 Ecola
SP
13 ? ? Cannon
Beach
n/a
(Cannon Beach park)Cannon Beach has a city park with public restrooms, on maybe 2nd St/Av?  Two or three blocks west is a popular and crowded un-numbered beach access with concrete stairs.
🅿
16
TolovanaTolovana Beach State Recreation Site is a park on the south side of Cannon Beach, featuring a huge parking lot that on summer weekends is constantly full.  When Portlanders want to visit the beach, Cannon Beach is one of the closest destinations.  Tolovana offers beach access, and the iconic Haystack Rock is just north on the beach.
🅿
17
Arcadia BeachArcadia Beach State Recreation Site is a wayside park near milepost 32 on US 101 in Clatsop County, south of Cannon Beach.  It features parking and access to a stretch of beach.
🅿  
18
Hug PointHug Point State Recreation Site is a wayside park near milepost 33 on US 101 in Clatsop County, south of Cannon Beach.  It features parking and access to a stretch of beach and a rocky headland that was used as an early roadway for horse-drawn wagons before the highways were built.
🅿  
n/a
(Arch Cape accesses)Many local beach accesses in the Arch Cape area do not appear to have been assigned Oregon beach access numbers.  There are several local access points with and (more often) without parking north of Oswald West State Park, and I saw three local access points in the portion of Arch Cape contained within the park borders.
🚫 Arch Cape
20
Oswald WestIn Oswald West State Park, just south of Short Sand Beach Creek in milepost 39 on US 101, there is a parking lot on the east side of the highway with the landward sign for beach access #20.  A trail leads under the highway and down Short Sand Beach Creek; the ocean-facing sign is located at Short Sand Beach.
🅿 Oswald
West
State
Park
20A? ? ?
20B? ? ?
20C
Oswald West - SouthOswald West - South is a landward informational sign at a parking area beside US-101, south of milepost 39.  Trails lead to the network of hiking trails at Oswald West State Park, including to Short Sand Beach.
🅿
21
Neahkahnie BeachParking along Beach Road on the north side of Manzanita - the neighborhood is called Neahkahnie Beach.  The cliffs of Neahkahnie Mountain rise from the cobbled beach to the north; open sand stretches southward past Manzanita and Nehalem Bay State Park to the mouth of Nehalem Bay.
🅿 Manzanita
21A
Ocean RoadAt the western end of Laneda Avenue in downtown Manzanita.  Tide permitting, one can walk north to the cobble beach at the base of Neahkahnie Mountain cliffs, and south past Nehalem Bay State Park to the mouth of Nehalem Bay.
🅿
22
Treasure CoveAlong Beach Road on the south side of Manzanita.  Tide permitting, one can walk north to the cobble beach at the base of Neahkahnie Mountain cliffs, and south past Nehalem Bay State Park to the mouth of Nehalem Bay.
🅿
23
Nehalem BayYes, there are (at least) two beach access points named "Nehalem Bay," located in the campground at Nehalem Bay State Park.  Tide permitting, one can walk north past Manzanita to cobble beach at the base of Neahkahnie Mountain cliffs, and south past Nehalem Bay State Park to the mouth of Nehalem Bay.
? Nehalem
Bay SP
23A
Nehalem BayYes, there are (at least) two beach access points named "Nehalem Bay," located in the campground at Nehalem Bay State Park.  Tide permitting, one can walk north past Manzanita to cobble beach at the base of Neahkahnie Mountain cliffs, and south past Nehalem Bay State Park to the mouth of Nehalem Bay.
?
24 ? ?  
  Nehalem Bay 🌉  
25
ManhattanManhattan Beach State Recreation Site offers paved parking, flush rest rooms, and beach access 25.  This is a long straight stretch of beach south of Nehalem Bay, on the north side of Rockaway Beach.
🅿 Rockaway
Beach
n/a
(local accesses)Many local beach accesses in the Rockaway Beach area do not appear to have been assigned Oregon beach access numbers.  There are several local access points with and (more often) without parking.  Some have welcoming signage and features like benches, others have "coastal hazard warning" signage and no-parking signs.
🚫
26 ? ?
27
South 1st StreetThere is a nice little (city?) park near milepost 50 in Rockaway Beach with parking, drinking fountain, picnic tables above the ocean, and numbered beach access #27.
🅿
30 ??? ?  
  Tillamook Bay 🌉  
31 ? ?  
  Sand Lake 🌉  
34A
Sitka SedgeSitka Sedge State Natural Area offers gravel parking, vault toilets, and trails through estuarine and dune ecosystems.  A (~3-mile?) loop trail parallels the beach, with two spurs; the northern leads to 34A.
⬆ 1? mi N to mouth of Sand Lake
⬇ 1? mi S to 34B
⬇ ? mi S to 37
🅿 Three
Capes
Loop
34B
Sitka SedgeSitka Sedge State Natural Area offers gravel parking, vault toilets, and trails through estuarine and dune ecosystems.  A (~3-mile?) loop trail parallels the beach, with two spurs; the southern leads to 34B.
⬆ 2? mi N to mouth of Sand Lake
⬆ 1? mi N to 34A
⬇ 1? mi S to 35
⬇ ? mi S to 37
🅿
35
Tierra Del MarTierra Del Mar is an unincorporated community and adjacent beach access point between Cape Kiwanda and Sand Lake.  The beach access point has a porta-potty and parking both on the gravel highway shoulder and the beach.
⬆ 3? mi N to mouth of Sand Lake
⬆ 1? mi N to 34B
⬇ ? mi S to 36
⬇ ? mi S to 37
🅿
36 ? ?
37
??? name ???Beach access at Cape Kiwanda State Natural Area.  South of the Cape, where the dory boats launch, near the towering dune and the Pelican (?) Brew Pub.
🅿
37A
Pacific AvenuePacific Avenue 37A is a public beach access point with sandy gravel parking and a steep sand path over the foredune to the beach.  It is located where the Three Capes Loop highway bridge crosses the Nestucca River in Pacific City.
⬆ ? mi N to 37A
⬇ ? mi S to 38
🅿
38 Bob Straub SP? 🅿
  Nestucca Bay 🌉  
39A
Mount Angel StreetMount Angel Street 39A is a beach access point on a residential street in Neskowin, Oregon.  There is no parking and no facilities.
⬆ ? mi N to the Nestucca River
⬇ 1? mi S to 39B
🚫 Neskowin
39B
Neskowin State Rec. SiteNeskowin Beach State Recreation Site offers paved parking, flush rest rooms, and a few routes to the beach including the one along Hawk Creek marked 39B.  Don't miss Proposal Rock and the Ghost Forest just to the south of the rock.
⬆ ? mi N to Nestucca River
⬆ 1? mi N to 39A
⬇ 0.2? mi S to Cascade Head cliffs
🅿
40 Cascade Head / Hart's Cove? ?  
  Salmon River 🌉  
44 ? ? Lincoln
City
45
D RiverD River State Recreation Site is an insanely popular beach access park in the middle of Lincoln City, Oregon.
⬆ 3? mi N to Road's End
⬆ Just N is the D River
⬇ 1? mi S to 46
⬇ 3? mi S to Siletz Bay
🅿
46 ? ?
47
NelscottSW 33rd St in the Nelscott neighborhood of Lincoln City.  Paved parking, concrete ramp to beach.
🅿
47A
SW 35th StreetSW 35th Street in the Nelscott neighborhood of Lincoln City.  Just enough room to squeeze in one or two cars, a flush rest room, and concrete stairs to the beach.
🅿
48
TaftBeach Ave Stairs in the Taft neighborhood of Lincoln City.  No parking; long concrete staircase to beach.
🚫
49 Taft 51st Av / Siletz Bay? ?
  Siletz Bay 🌉  
50
(official name?) (north)The Salishan Spit has three numbered beach access points.  All are contained within a gated community, and thus accessible to the public only by hiking north on the beach from Gleneden Beach.
🚫 Salishan
Spit
50A
(official name?) (middle)The Salishan Spit has three numbered beach access points.  All are contained within a gated community, and thus accessible to the public only by hiking north on the beach from Gleneden Beach.
🚫
50B
(official name?) (south)The Salishan Spit has three numbered beach access points.  All are contained within a gated community, and thus accessible to the public only by hiking north on the beach from Gleneden Beach.
🚫
51
Laurel StreetBeach access with ~10 paved parking spots, sandy boulder ramp to beach.  In summer 2021, construction has consumed some of the parking, but it appears this spot has re-emerged onto Lincoln County's radar, and they may be building a rest room facility.
⬆ 3? mi N to Siletz Bay
⬆ 1? mi N to 50B
⬇ half-mile S to 51A
⬇ 3? mi S to 52
🅿 Gleneden
Beach
51A
Gleneden BeachGleneden Beach State Recreation Site offers paved parking, picnic tables, flush rest rooms, and beach access.
⬆ 3.5? mi N to Siletz Bay
⬆ half-mile N to 51
⬇ 0.2? mi S to 51B
⬇ 2.5? mi S to 52
🅿
51B Schoolhouse Creek? 🅿
51C
private VRDs?Stairs to large expensive-looking multi-unit VRDs just north of Lincoln Beach RV park.
? Lincoln
Beach
n/a
RV park?Two large almost driveable access points at the south edge of the Lincoln Beach RV park appear to be unmarked.
?
52
Fishing RockFishing Rock State Recreation Site offers a few paved parking spots and trails atop a headland that juts oceanward, cutting off the long beach to the north and the pocket beach to the south.  The Oregon Coast Trail ascends from the beach to the north to continue south on surface streets; there is no established trail down the cliffs to the beach to the south.
⬆ 6? mi N to Siletz Bay
⬆ 2.5? mi N to 51B
⬇ S is cliffs
⬇ 0.5? mi S on streets to 52A
🅿
52A
Fogarty CreekFogarty Creek State Recreation Area offers paved parking, a creek, flush rest rooms, and twin paths under a highway bridge to a pocket beach with a beach stack.
⬆ 0.5? mi N to cliffs
⬇ 0.2? mi S to cliffs
🅿
n/a
North PointNorth Point on the northwest side of Depoe Bay does not appear to have been assigned an Oregon beach access number.  It's not a sandy beach, but a path around the rocky shoreline of a headland with thundering surf and a resident pod of whales, and is well worth the visit.
🅿 Depoe
Bay
n/a
(pocket beaches)Pocket beaches on the northwest side of Depoe Bay do not appear to have been assigned Oregon beach access numbers.  There are a few pocket beaches between North Point and the sea wall; at least one has a scramble-path to it.
🚫
53
Marine GardensFrom the parking lot at Devil's Punch Bowl, walk north and look for the trail to 53 Marine Gardens, a lovely rocky shoreline and beach surrounded by the cliffs of the Otter Rock headland.
🅿 Otter
Rock
53A
Devils PunchbowlFrom the parking lot at Devil's Punch Bowl, you'd walk westward to the end of the headland to see the actual Devil's Punch Bowl geological feature.  You'd walk south and look for the signed trail to 53A Devil's Punchbowl, which is actually a beach access at the north end of a long sandy beach stretching miles to the south.
⬇ 1? mi S to 54
⬇ 4? mi S to 56?
🅿
54
Beverly Beach Day UseBeverly Beach State Park offers day use parking, rest rooms, Spencer Creek, a campground, and beach access 54.
⬆ 1? mi N to 53A
⬇ 1? mi S to 55
⬇ 3? mi S to 56?
🅿  
55
Moolack BeachMoolack Beach stretches along US-101 for a couple of miles, with one marked and a few unmarked accesses.
⬆ 2? mi N to 53A
⬆ 1? mi N to 54
⬇ 2? mi S to 56?
🅿  
n/a
(68th Ave)This beach access on North 68th Ave in Newport, south of Moolack Beach, does not appear to have been assigned an Oregon beach access number.  It's a city park with a few parking spaces, adjacent to a water treatment facility.  It's a nice spot and a nice beach, though.
⬆ 5? mi N to 53A
⬆ 1? mi N to 55
⬇ 1? mi S to 56?
🅿  
56 ? ?  
n/a
Cobble BeachCobble Beach on the southwest side of Yaquina Head does not appear to have been assigned an Oregon beach access number.  It's got a well maintained stairway to a fascinating beach of rounded black rock cobbles, and is well worth the visit.
🅿 Yaquina
Head
57 ? ?  
n/a
Ernest Bloch WaysideErnest Bloch Memorial Wayside in Newport does not appear to have been assigned an Oregon beach access number.  It's a nice, visitor-friendly wayside, with paved parking, flush rest rooms, interesting artwork and signage, and a mostly-paved ramp to the beach just south of its north end at the cliffs of Yaquina Head.
⬆ just N to cliffs
⬇ 1? mi S to 58
⬇ 4? mi S to 60A
🅿 Newport
58
Agate BeachAgate Beach State Recreation Site: paved parking, flush rest rooms, path to the beach.
🅿
58A
Agate Beach InnAgate Beach Inn: paved parking, path to the beach.
🅿
59
Nye Beach ***Nye Beach State ...
🅿
n/a
Don & Ann Davis ParkDon & Ann Davis Park in Newport does not appear to have been assigned an Oregon beach access number.  It's a nice, visitor-friendly access point, with paved parking, flush rest rooms, interesting artwork and signage, a bluff-top shelter, and a broad concrete ramp to the beach just south of Nye Beach.
🅿
60
Yaquina Bay NorthBeach access at Yaquina Bay State Recreation Site, which also offers paved parking, rest rooms, and bluff-top views.  A trail offers access to the ocean beach just north of the Yaquina North Jetty.
🅿
60A
Yaquina Bay LighthouseBeach access at Yaquina Bay State Recreation Site, which also offers paved parking, rest rooms, and bluff-top views.  A trail offers access to dunes between Yaquina Bay, the channel, and the ocean beach to the west.
🅿
  Yaquina Bay 🌉  
61
Yaquina Bay S. JettySouth Jetty (South Beach) offers gravel parking along the channel near the jetty.  It's a USFS-administered site with their characteristic pit toilets, but trails link with South Beach State Park just to the south.  A long beach stretches southward toward Seal Rock.
⬆ N is jetty & Yaquina Bay
⬇ 1? mi S to 61B
⬇ 5? mi S to 62B
🅿 South
Beach
SP
61A
South Beach BoardwalkBetween the Yaquina Bay south jetty and the day use area at South Beach State Park, there is a campground and a network of pedestrian and equestrian trails through the dunes.  Not far north of 61B at the day use area is 61A, offering access to/from the trail network and the beach, and an ADA viewing platform atop the foredune.
?
61B
South BeachSouth Beach State Park day use area: ample paved parking, flush rest rooms, and a sandy path over the foredune to the beach.
⬆ 1? mi N to jetty
⬇ 4? mi S to 62
⬇ 5? mi S to 62B
🅿
62
Lost CreekLost Creek State Recreation Site offers limited paved parking, a vault toilet, bluff-top views, and a path to the beach.
⬆ 4? mi N to jetty
⬆ 3? mi N to 61B
⬇ 1? mi S to 62B
⬇ 3? mi S to 64?
🅿  
n/a
(emergencies only)This beach access near South 130th Ave in Newport, just south of Lost Creek, does not appear to have been assigned an Oregon beach access number.  It's intended for emergency vehicle access, and signed No Parking.
🚫  
62A
(no highway sign)This beach access north of Beaver Creek lacks a highway-facing sign, so I don't know its official name.  It does feature the seaward-facing fluorescent-green 62A sign.  There is gravel roadside parking for a few cars.  You can reach either the Ona Beach section of Brian Booth State Park, just to the south, or Lost Creek SP, a mile to the north, with dry feet.
⬆ 6? mi N to 61
⬆ 1? mi N to 62
⬇ 0.2? mi S to 62B
⬇ 2? mi S to 64
🅿 Ona
Beach
62B
Ona BeachOna Beach unit of Brian Booth SP offers paved parking, flush rest rooms, and paths to the beach on both sides of Beaver Creek.
⬆ 4? mi N to jetty
⬆ 1? mi N to 62
⬇ 1? mi S to 63
⬇ 2? mi S to 64
🅿
63
Curtis StreetCurtis Street is a beach access point on the north side of Seal Rock with gravel parking.
⬆ 5? mi N to jetty
⬆ 1? mi N to 62
⬇ 1? mi S to 64
🅿 Seal
Rock
64
Seal RockSeal Rock State Recreation Site offers paved parking, flush rest rooms, bluff-top views, and a path to the beach.
⬆ 6? mi N to jetty
⬆ 2? mi N to 62
⬇ 0.3? mi S is cliffs
🅿
65
Quail StreetQuail Street runs westward from US 101 in south Seal Rock (north of milepost 152) to a gravel beach access ramp.  Gravel pull-outs along the street offer parking for a few cars.  There is no fluourescent green seaward-facing 65 sign at this location, probably due to erosion in recent years.  At high tide, the beach ends a hundred yards north at a rocky headland with a "private property" sign (rocky headlands below the vegetation line are by law not private property in Oregon; they are parts of the Oregon Shores State Recreation Area).  At low tide, one can walk around the headland and reach Seal Rock SP walking on beaches, rock shelves, and trails.  The beach stretches several miles to the south; if you are willing to ford streams and the tide is not high, you can walk to the end of the Alsea Spit in Bayshore from here.
⬆ 1? mi N to 64
⬇ 1? mi S to 66
⬇ 3? mi S to 67D?
🅿
66
Driftwood BeachDriftwood Beach State Recreation Site is an Oregon state park near milepost 153 on US 101, north of Waldport.  It offers parking, rest rooms, and beach access assigned location 66 in Oregon's system of designated beach access points.  In June, 2021, the parking lot at Driftwood Beach will be closed for the building of an experimental wave energy power generation facility offshore.
⬆ 1? mi N to 65
⬇ 2? mi S to 67
⬇ 3? mi S to 67D?
 
66A
(no signage)There are at least four unmarked beach access points between #66 Driftwood Beach and #66C South Sandpiper.  The northernmost is reached from the Driftwood Beach parking lot by following a trail south through the dunes then west down a sand road past the north end of a pond, up to the top of the foredune, then southward down past the south end of the pond and west down the dune to the beach.  The second unmarked beach access is in the residential neighborhood of Silver Sands, on Sandy Drive between Powe and Sirkasian.  The third is on Oceania Drive in Bayshore, just south of the gate into Sandpiper.  The fourth is on Oceania Drive between the third and #67C.
?  
66B
(no signage)There are at least four unmarked beach access points between #66 Driftwood Beach and #66C South Sandpiper.  The northernmost is reached from the Driftwood Beach parking lot by following a trail south through the dunes then west down a sand road past the north end of a pond, up to the top of the foredune, then southward down past the south end of the pond and west down the dune to the beach.  The second unmarked beach access is in the residential neighborhood of Silver Sands, on Sandy Drive between Powe and Sirkasian.  The third is on Oceania Drive in Bayshore, just south of the gate into Sandpiper.  The fourth is on Oceania Drive between the third and #67C.
?  
66C
South SandpiperSouth Sandpiper is a local beach access along Oceania Drive, a residential street in Bayshore, without parking or facilities.
🚫 Bayshore
67
Bayshore NorthBayshore North is a local beach access along Oceania Drive, a residential street in Bayshore, without parking or facilities.
🚫
67A
Bayshore MiddleBayshore Middle is a local beach access along Oceania Drive, a residential street in Bayshore, without parking or facilities.
🚫
67B
Bayshore Beach ClubBayshore Beach Club is a local beach access along Oceania Drive, a residential street in Bayshore.  There are parking and facilities, but I'm not sure if they are open to non-members or non-residents.
🅿
67C
Bayshore SouthBayshore South is a local beach access along Oceania Drive, a residential street in Bayshore, without parking or facilities.
🚫
67D
Alsea SpitAlsea Spit is the southernmost beach access in Bayshore.  It's a local access along Oceania Drive, a residential street, without parking or facilities.
🚫
  Alsea Bay 🌉  
68
Governor PattersonGovernor Patterson Memorial State Recreation Site offers paved parking, flush rest rooms, and a path to the beach.
⬆ 0.3? mi N to Alsea Bay
⬇ 1.3? mi S to The Big Stump
⬇ 1.5? mi S to 69
⬇ 2? mi S to 70
⬇ 2.5? mi S to Big Creek
⬇ 2.7? mi S to 71
⬇ 5? mi S to 74
🅿 Waldport
69
Wakonda BeachWakonda Beach has no seaward-facing 69 sign.  It's a beach access just north of milepost 159 on US-101 south of Waldport with almost no parking.  It's across US-101 from Wakonda Beach Road with its ✈ icon.  This is the beach access closest to The Big Stump.  In 2020-2021, the ramp eroded away and the slope is a steep gravel-and-mud scramble now.
⬆ 1.5? mi N to 68
⬆ 0.2? mi N to The Big Stump
⬇ 0.5? mi S to 70
⬇ 1? mi S to Big Creek
⬇ 1.5? mi S to 71
⬇ 4.5? mi S to 74
🅿 Wakonda
70
Beachside (day use)Beachside State Recreation Site offers a campground and a day use area, paved parking, and flush rest rooms.  70 is on the north (day use) side.
⬆ 1.5? mi N to 68
⬆ 0.3? mi N to 69
⬇ 0.5? mi S to Big Creek
⬇ 1? mi S to 71
⬇ 4? mi S to 74
🅿 Beachside
SRS
70A
Beachside (CG 🏕)Beachside State Recreation Site offers a campground and a day use area, paved parking, and flush rest rooms.  70A is on the south (campground) side.
⬆ 1.5? mi N to 68
⬆ 0.3? mi N to 69
⬇ 0.5? mi S to Big Creek
⬇ 1? mi S to 71
⬇ 4? mi S to 74
🅿
71
Tillicum Beach (day use)Tillicum Beach (day use; no seaward sign).  Tillicum Beach has a campground and a day use area, each with a concrete beach access stairway signed 71 (though the north day use side is lacking the fluorescent green seaward facing sign and has only the informational landward-facing sign).  Paved parking.
⬆ 3? mi N to 68
⬆ 1? mi N to 69
⬆ 0.3? mi N to Big Creek
⬇ 0.7 mi S to 72
⬇ 2.9 mi S to 74
🅿 Tillicum
Beach
71
Tillicum Beach (CG 🏕)Tillicum Beach (campground 🏕).  Tillicum Beach has a campground and a day use area, each with a concrete beach access stairway signed 71 (though only this campground side to the south has the fluorescent green seaward facing sign; both have the informational landward-facing sign).  Paved parking.
⬆ 3? mi N to 68
⬆ 1? mi N to 69
⬆ 0.3? mi N to Big Creek
⬇ 0.6 mi S to 72
⬇ 2.8 mi S to 74
🅿
72
Colorado StreetColorado Street (no seaward-facing sign) is a residential street in the San Marine neighborhood north of Yachats.  This beach access offers no parking.
⬆ 4? mi N to 68
⬆ 1? mi N to Big Creek
⬆ 0.6 mi N to 71
⬇ 0.7 mi S to 73?
⬇ 2.2 mi S to 74
⬇ 2.7 mi S to 75
🚫 Yachats
73?
San Marine SP?San Marine State Park is an undeveloped property, and I haven't conclusively located it.  I suspect it is a trail and wooded area west of Sunset Ave in north Yachats.  If there ever was signage for the "park" and the beach access, it has been removed.
⬆ 4.5? mi N to 68
⬆ 1.5? mi N to Big Creek
⬆ 0.7 mi N to 72
⬇ 1.5 mi S to 74
⬇ 2 mi S to 75
🚫
74
Salmon StreetSalmon Street (no seaward-facing sign) is a gravel residential street in north Yachats, without beach access parking.  74 is the southernmost beach access on the long sandy beach between Yachats and Waldport.  To the north, the beach; to the south, the the Yachats 804 Trail crosses the rocky headland shelf upon which is built Yachats.
⬆ 5? mi N to 68
⬆ 3? mi N to Big Creek
⬆ 2.2 mi N to 72
⬆ 1.5 mi N to 73?
⬇ 0.5 mi S to 75
⬇ 2? mi S to 76
🚫
75
Smelt SandsSmelt Sands State Recreation Site is a great park in north Yachats.  Surf crashes on rocky shore with pocket beaches.  The Yachats 804 Trail runs through along the bluff-top; follow it half a mile north to open sandy beach.  Paved parking and flush rest rooms.
⬆ 5.5? mi N to 68
⬆ 3.5? mi N to Big Creek
⬆ 3.3 mi N to 71
⬆ 2.7 mi N to 72
⬆ 2 mi N to 73?
⬆ 0.5 mi N to 74
⬇ 1? mi S to 76
🅿
76
YachatsYachats State Recreation Area is a great park in Yachats.  Surf crashes on rocky shore and pocket beaches; the Yachats 804 Trail runs northward along the bluff-top.  Paved parking and flush rest rooms.
⬆ 6.5? mi N to 68
⬆ 4.5? mi N to Big Creek
⬆ 4.3? mi N to 71
⬆ 1.5? mi N to 74
⬆ 1? mi N to 75
⬇ 1? mi S on US-101 to 77
🅿
77
Yachats Ocean RoadYachats Ocean Road State Natural Site showcases the pocket beach and rocky shore on the south side of the mouth of the Yachats River.  Limited parking; no rest rooms.  The fluorescent seaward sign was lost in the fall-winter storms of 2020-2021.
⬆ 1? mi N on US-101 to 76
⬇ ? mi S on US-101 to Amanda Trail
🅿
78
Devil's ChurnDevil's Churn is a spectacular rocky shore feature with trail access from US-101.  The nimble can follow the rocky terrace around the headland to the north, and normal hikers can follow the rock terrace around the headland to the south to Cove Beach.
⬆ ? mi N on rocky terrace to -?-
⬇ ? mi S on rocky terrace to 79
🅿 Cape
Perpetua
79
Cove BeachCove Beach is reached from a sandy trailhead pull-out along US-101 in the Cape Perpetua scenic area.  A steep trail leads to a sheltered cove with creek and pocket beach.  Trails lead inland and uphill, north to the Devils Churn parking and south past all of the other Cape Perpetua attractions.
⬆ ? mi N on rocky terrace to 78
⬇ ? mi S on rocky terrace to 80?
🅿
80
Restless WatersRestless Waters is a beach access point in the Cape Perpetua Scenic Area.
⬆ ? mi N on rocky terrace to 79?
⬇ ? mi S on rocky terrace to 81?
🅿
81
Cooks ChasmCooks Chasm is a steep rocky cleft with a creek, and a beach access point, in the Cape Perpetua Scenic Area.
⬆ ? mi N on rocky terrace to 80?
⬇ 2? mi S on US-101 to 82?
🅿
82
Neptune NorthNeptune North at Gwynn Creek has modest paved parking, no restrooms or cell, and access to a great sheltered beach in scenic surroundings just south of Cape Perpetua.
⬆ 0.2? mi N on rocky terrace to Gwynn Creek mouth
⬇ 0.3? mi S on beach to 82A
🅿 Neptune
State
Scenic
Viewpoint
82A
Neptune SouthNeptune South has paved parking, rest rooms, picnic tables, and beach access at Cummins Creek.
⬆ 0.3? mi N on rocky terrace to 82
⬆ Just N is Cummins Creek mouth
⬇ 0.3? mi S on beach & rocks to cliffs
🅿
83
Strawberry HillStrawberry Hill at Neptune SSVP has modest paved parking, no facilities, and access to rocky shoreline and a cobble beach to the south.
⬆ 0.3? mi N on rocky headland to pocket beach & cliffs
⬇ 0.5? mi S on cobble beach to cliffs
🅿
84
Bob CreekBob Creek at Neptune SSVP has paved parking, no facilities, exposed shell midden, sheltered pocket beach between headlands, exposed rocky terrace & marine gardens, cobble beach, and cliffs.
⬆ 0.1? mi N to rocks & cliffs
⬆ Just N is Bob Creek
⬇ 0.3? mi S to rocks & cliffs
🅿
85
Stonefield Beach NorthStonefield Beach North has larger gravel parking on US-101 just north of the Tenmile Creek bridge, without facilities or cell service.  Follow a trail along the creek's eroding north shore to the ocean beach.  Sand and rock outcroppings extend a mile northward, past the Sea Perch RV Resort and Searose Beach, to less-passable rocks washed by surf at high tide.
⬆ 1 mi N to rocks, hard passage at high tide
⬆ 0.5 mi N to Sea Perch RV park
⬇ Just S is Tenmile Creek
⬇ ~0.1 mi S to 86
🅿 Stonefield
Beach
86
Stonefield BeachStonefield Beach (south) has small paved parking off US-101 just south of the Tenmile Creek bridge, without facilities or cell service.  Follow a short sandy trail among salt-stunted willow and spruce to the semi-cobbled beach.  Follow the beach 0.8 miles to the south, or splash across Tenmile Creek and walk a mile of beach to the north.
⬆ 0.1? mi N to 85
⬆ 0.1 mi N is Tenmile Creek
⬇ 0.8 mi S to cliffs, at high tide
⬇ I don't know if 87?
🅿
87
Tokatee KlootchmanTokatee Klootchman has beach access number 87, but it's on a bluff and the only trail I saw was steep and improvised.  I'm not sure how big the beach is; it appears to end at cliffs just south of the parking lot.  I don't know if one can walk the beach to 86.
⬆ 0.8? mi N to 86?
⬇ 0.1? mi S to cliffs
🅿  
88
Ocean BeachOcean Beach Day Use has small paved parking, a pit toilet, and stairs to the beach.  There is a dome-shaped rocky headland just south, washed by waves at high tide, but I suspect at low tide one could walk past to Rock Creek.  To the north is mile or more of beach with a surprising number of caves in the bluffs and cliffs.
⬆ ? mi N is beach?
⬇ 0.1 mi? S is cliffs
⬇ 1 mi? S to Rock Creek
🅿  
89
Rock CreekRock Creek the beach access is just south of the Rock Creek bridge on US-101 (Rock Creek the campground to the north).  Sloped road-shoulder parking for two cars, no facilities, steep gravel path to the beach.
⬆ 0.1? mi N to cliffs
⬆ Just N is Rock Creek
⬇ ? mi S to Big Creek
⬇ ? mi S to 90?
🅿  
90
Muriel O. PonslerMuriel O. Ponsler State Scenic Viewpoint has a small paved parking loop and no facilities, just north of the mouth of China Creek.
⬆ 2? mi N to 89?
⬆ 1? mi N to Big Creek
⬇ Just S is China Creek
⬇ 0.1? mi S to 91
⬇ 1? mi S to 92
⬇ 2? mi S to 93 & cliffs
🅿 Wash-
burne
State
Park
91
Carl G. Washburne B-40B-40 is a camp site in the campground at Carl G. Washburne State Park.  A sand-covered paved path leads about a mile north-west from the campground to the beach, just south of China Creek.
⬆ 1? mi N to Big Creek
⬆ 0.1? mi N to 90
⬆ Just N is China Creek
⬇ 1? mi S to 92
⬇ 2? mi S to 93 & cliffs
🅿
92
Carl G. WashburneCarl G. Washburne State Park has a day-use unit west of US-101 at MP176.  There is paved parking, flush rest rooms, and evidence of a ghost forest on the beach.
⬆ 2? mi N to Big Creek
⬆ 1? mi N to 90
⬆ 1? mi N to China Creek
⬆ 1? mi N to 91
⬇ 2? mi S to 93 & cliffs
🅿
93
Hobbit Beach TrailheadHobbit Beach Trailhead is insanely popular now.  It has a steep half-mile forest trail to the south end of the ~3-mile local beach, and another (2-mile?) trail winds southwest over Heceta Head to the park and lighthouse.  A third trail winds inland through coastal rain forest to the campground at Washburne SP a mile north.  Hobbit Trailhead is a nice spot, but it's over-used, and there is little parking.  You can park at the Washburne SP day use area and walk along the ocean to the same stretch of beach.
⬆ 3? mi N to Big Creek
⬆ 2.1? mi N to 90
⬆ 2? mi N to China Creek
⬆ 2? mi N to 91
⬆ 1? mi N to 92
⬇ 0.1? mi S to cliffs
⬇ 3? mi S forest trail to 94
🅿
94
Heceta Head LighthouseHeceta Head Lighthouse SSV is a gorgeous fee park with paved parking, pit toilets, and pocket beach at the mouth of Cape Creek and along the sheltered south shore of Heceta Head.  1.3 miles of the Oregon Coast Trail lead from the lighhouse over Heceta head to the Hobbit Trailhead; it's a half-mile farther down to Hobbit Beach.
⬆ 3? mi N to 92
⬆ 1.8 mi N on trail to 93
⬇ Just S is Cape Creek, ocean cove, and cliffs
⬇ OCT follows US-101?
🅿  
95
(name?)The northernmost beach access in Oregon's Dune Country is located at the base of a 0.2?-mile trail just south of milepost 81 on US 101.  There is no signage at the highway trailhead.  It allows dry-feet access to the north end of the dunes and beach, north of Berry Creek and south of the cliffs where the massif of Herman Cape and Heceta Head push their way out to sea.  There wasn't much beach here at high tide in December of 2020, but enough to explore a little to the north, and to walk the half-mile (?) south to Berry Creek.  Those willing to ford Berry Creek and Sutton Creek could walk all the way to Siuslaw North Jetty from here.
⬆ 0.1? mi N to cliffs
⬇ 0.5? mi S to Berry Creek
⬇ 1? mi S to 95A
⬇ 2? mi S to Sutton Creek
⬇ 3? mi S to 96
⬇ 4? mi S to 97
🅿  
95A
Baker Beach TrailheadBaker Beach Trailhead has a 0.3?-mile sand path west-northwest through dunes to the open beach.  This is the second-northernmost beach access in the ~50-mile stretch of Oregon Dunes between the Coos Bay and Heceta Head/Herman Cape.
⬆ 2? mi N to cliffs
⬆ 0.3? mi N to Berry Creek
⬇ 1? mi S to 95B
⬇ 1.2? mi S to Sutton Creek
⬇ 2? mi S to 96
⬇ 4? mi S to 97
🅿 Baker
Beach
95B
Baker BeachBaker Beach has a 1?-mile sand path south-southwest through dunes to the open beach.
⬆ 3? mi N to cliffs
⬆ 1.3? mi N to Berry Creek
⬆ 1? mi N to 95A
⬇ 0.2? mi S to Sutton Creek
⬇ 1? mi S to 96
⬇ 3? mi S to 97
🅿
96
Heceta Beach NorthHeceta Beach is a Lane County Park with two beach accesses, bracketing the Driftwood Shores resort.  There is parking and a vault toilet.
⬆ 2? mi N to 95A
⬆ 0.8 mi N to Sutton Creek
⬇ 1.3 mi S to 97
🅿 Heceta
Beach
96A
Heceta Beach SouthHeceta Beach is a Lane County Park with two beach accesses, bracketing the Driftwood Shores resort.  There is parking and a vault toilet.
⬆ 2? mi N to 95A
⬆ 1 mi N to Sutton Creek
⬇ 1.2 mi S to 97
🅿
97
Siuslaw North JettyPublic beach access 97 with ample gravel parking & porta-potties at Harbor Vista Campground & Park in Florence.  Siuslaw River channel to the south, North Jetty to the west, low dunes and broad sandy beach stretch ~4 miles northward.
⬆ 4? mi N to cliffs
⬆ 3? mi N to 95A
⬆ 2.2 mi N to Sutton Creek
⬆ 1.2 mi N to 96B
⬇ S is the Siuslaw River
🅿 Florence
  Siuslaw River 🌉  
98
South Siuslaw JettyPublic beach access 98 is windy and popular with kite-surfers.  Gravel parking at the end of South Jetty Road, actually beyond the end of South Jetty Dunes & Beach so that day use fee or Northwest Forest Pass is not required for parking.  Rough gravel access to jetty, sandy track to north end of beach.  Siuslaw River channel on one side, long ocean beach stretches ~6 miles southward to the Siltcoos River and beyond.
⬆ N is the Siuslaw River
⬇ 350' S to 99
⬇ 0.4 mi S to 100
⬇ 1.2 mi S to 101
⬇ 1.8 mi S to 102
⬇ 2.8 mi S to 103
⬇ 3.4 mi S to 104
⬇ 4.1 mi S to 105
⬇ 4.3 mi S to 106
⬇ 7? mi S to 110
🅿 South
Jetty
Dunes
&
Beach
99
S. Jetty Parking #7Public beach access 99 at South Jetty Dunes & Beach.  gravel parking?, no toilet?, rough gravel access to jetty, sandy track to north end of beach.
⬆ 350' N to 98
⬇ 0.3 mi S to 100
⬇ 1.1 mi S to 101
⬇ 1.7 mi S to 102
⬇ 2.7 mi S to 103

⬇ 3.3 mi S to 104
⬇ 4 mi S to 105⬇ 7? mi S to 110
🅿
100
S. Jetty Parking #6Public beach access 100 at South Jetty Dunes & Beach.  Paved parking?, vault toilet?, steep sandy path over the foredune to the long beach.
⬆ 0.4 mi N to 98
⬆ 0.3 mi N to 99
⬇ 0.8 mi S to 101
⬇ 1.4 mi S to 102
⬇ 2.4 mi S to 103
⬇ 3 mi S to 104
⬇ 3.7 mi S to 105
⬇ 6? mi S to 110
🅿
101
S. Jetty Parking #5Public beach access 101 at South Jetty Dunes & Beach.  Paved parking?, no toilet, steep sandy path over the foredune to the long beach.
⬆ 1.2 mi N to 98
⬆ 1.1 mi N to 100
⬇ 0.6 mi S to 102
⬇ 1.6 mi S to 103
⬇ 2.2 mi S to 104
⬇ 2.9 mi S to 105
⬇ 6? mi S to 110
🅿
102
S. Jetty Parking #4Public beach access 102 at South Jetty Dunes & Beach.  Paved parking?, no toilet, steep sandy path over the foredune to the long beach.
⬆ 1.8 mi N to 98
⬆ 1.4 mi N to 100
⬆ 0.6 mi N to 101
⬇ 1 mi S to 103
⬇ 1.6 mi S to 104
⬇ 2.3 mi S to 105
⬇ 5? mi S to 110
🅿
103
S. Jetty Parking #3Public beach access 103 at South Jetty Dunes & Beach.  Paved parking?, vault toilet?, steep sandy path over the foredune to the long beach.
⬆ 2.8 mi N to 98
⬆ 2.4 mi N to 100
⬆ 1.6 mi N to 101
⬆ 1 mi N to 102
⬇ 0.6 mi S to 104
⬇ 1.3 mi S to 105
⬇ 4? mi S to 110
🅿
104
S. Jetty Parking #2Public beach access 104 at South Jetty Dunes & Beach.  Paved parking?, vault toilet?, steep sandy path over the foredune to the long beach.
⬆ 3.4 mi N to 98
⬆ 3 mi N to 100
⬆ 2.2 mi N to 101
⬆ 1.6 mi N to 102
⬆ 0.6 mi N to 103
⬇ 0.7 mi S to 105
⬇ 4? mi S to 110
🅿
105
S. Jetty Parking #1The southernmost non-OHV beach access 105 at South Jetty Dunes & Beach.  Paved parking, vault toilet, steep sandy path over the foredune to the long beach.
⬆ 4.1 mi N to 98
⬆ 3.7 mi N to 100
⬆ 2.9 mi N to 101
⬆ 2.3 mi N to 102
⬆ 1.3 mi N to 103
⬆ 0.7 mi N to 104
⬇ 0.2 mi S to 106
⬇ 3? mi S to 110
🅿
106
S. Jetty StagingS. Jetty Staging is a numbered beach access, terminating one of the network of OHV sand roads between South Jetty Dunes & Beach and the Siltcoos Recreation Area.  It is walkable from South Jetty Road, but hiking on OHV sand roads is not a best practice.
⬆ 4.3 mi N to 98
⬆ 3.9 mi N to 100
⬆ 3.1 mi N to 101
⬆ 2.5 mi N to 102
⬆ 1.5 mi N to 103
⬆ 0.9 mi N to 104
⬆ 0.2 mi N to 105
⬇ ? mi S to 107
⬇ 3? mi S to 110
🚫
107
Goosepasture Sand Rd.Goosepasture Sand Road is a numbered beach access, terminating one of the network of OHV sand roads between South Jetty Dunes & Beach and the Siltcoos Recreation Area.  It is some distance from any parking, and hiking on OHV sand roads is not a best practice.
🚫
108
Chapman's Sand RoadChapman's Sand Road is a numbered beach access, terminating one of the network of OHV sand roads between South Jetty Dunes & Beach and the Siltcoos Recreation Area.  It is some distance from any parking, and hiking on OHV sand roads is not a best practice.
🚫
109
Breach Sand RoadBreach Sand Road is a dual beach access, part of the network of OHV sand roads between South Jetty Dunes & Beach and the Siltcoos Recreation Area.  It is some distance from any parking, and hiking on OHV sand roads is not a best practice.
🚫 Siltcoos
Rec.
Area
109A
Breach Sand RoadBreach Sand Road is a dual beach access, part of the network of OHV sand roads between South Jetty Dunes & Beach and the Siltcoos Recreation Area.  It is some distance from any parking, and hiking on OHV sand roads is not a best practice.
🚫
n/a
(disused sand road)Just north of the Siltcoos beach access 110 , there is an un-numbered beach access from part of the network of OHV sand roads between South Jetty Dunes & Beach and the Siltcoos Recreation Area.  It probably connects back to the Siltcoos beach parking lot, but hiking on OHV sand roads is not a best practice, and why not take the beach instead?
🚫
110
SiltcoosSiltcoos is the first beach access north of the Siltcoos River.  A short steep sand beach access trail leads over the foredune from the parking lot to the beach. 
⬆ 6? miles north to 98
⬆ 3? miles north to 105
⬇ 0.3? mi S to Siltcoos River mouth
🅿
111
Wax Myrtle BeachThe Wax Myrtle Trail leads ~1 mile along the Siltcoos River and a sand road through the dunes to reach the beach access.  Wax Myrtle Beach is the first beach access south of the Siltcoos River.
⬆ 0.2? mi N to Siltcoos River mouth
⬇ 0.7? mi S to 112
⬇ 2.5 mi S to 113
⬇ 4.5? mi S to Tahkenitch Creek
🅿
112
Carter Lake TrailCarter Lake Trail beach access is fed by two trailheads near Carter Lake, across about a mile of dunes.
⬆ 1? mi N to Siltcoos River mouth
⬆ 0.7? mi N to 111
⬇ 1.8 mi S to 113
⬇ 3.8? mi S to Tahkenitch Creek
🅿  
113
North Overlook TrailNorth Overlook Trail at Oregon Dunes Overlook Day Use leads about a mile west-northwest across the dunes from the parking to the beach.  A loop consists of the North Overlook Trail, south on the beach, and return via the South Overlook Trail.
⬆ 2.7? mi N to Siltcoos River mouth
⬆ 2.5 mi N to 111
⬆ 1.8 mi N to 112
⬇ 1.8? mi S to 114
⬇ 2? mi S to Tahkenitch Creek
🅿 Oregon Dunes
Overlook
114
South Overlook TrailSouth Overlook Trail at Oregon Dunes Overlook Day Use leads about a mile and a half south through dunes then west along Tahkenitch Creek to the beach.  It can be made a loop along the beach to the North Overlook Trail and back to parking.
⬆ 4.5? mi N to Siltcoos River
⬆ 4.3? mi N to 111
⬆ 3.6? mi N to 112
⬆ 1.8? mi N to 114
⬇ 0.2? mi S to Tahkenitch Creek
See PDF map.
🅿
115
Tahkenitch River Tr.Route from Tahkenitch Creek Trailhead to beach is a 2.6-mile trail through forested sand dunes; 60-90-minute walk each way.
⬆ 10? mi N to Siuslaw River
⬆ 4.7? mi N to Siltcoos River
⬆ 0.2? mi N to 114
⬆ 100yds N to Tahkenitch Creek
⬇ 1 mi S to 115A
⬇ ~5 mi S to Sparrow Park Rd
See PDF map.
🅿  
115A
Threemile Lk. North Trail#115A is a ~3-mile-long trail hike from the "Tahkenitch Dunes/Threemile Lake North" trailhead at Tahkenitch Campground.
⬆ 1 mi N to 115
⬇ 4? mi S to Sparrow Park Rd area
🅿  
116
Sparrow Park?Sparrow Park Rd leaves US 101 near milepost 207.  It appears to offer access to the dunes and beach north of the mouth of the Umpqua River.
?  
  Umpqua River 🌉  
117
Triangle BeachSalmon Harbor Drive in Winchester Bay offers access to the dunes and beach access points south of the Umpqua River mouth.  At the mouth, two jetties form a triangle with a sandy beach, enclosing a sheltered aquaculture lagoon.  Access to this beach is via 117.
⬆ N to Umpqua River
⬇ 100 yards? S to118
🅿 Salmon
Harbor
Drive
118
S. Umpqua JettySalmon Harbor Drive in Winchester Bay offers access to the dunes and beach access points south of the Umpqua River mouth.  At the mouth, two jetties form a triangle with a sandy beach, enclosing a sheltered aquaculture lagoon.  From the south jetty, a long sandy beach backed by dunes stretches miles to the south.
⬆ 100 yards? N to 117
⬇ 1 mile? S to119
🅿
119
S. Umpqua #2Salmon Harbor Drive in Winchester Bay offers access to the dunes and beach access points south of the Umpqua River mouth.  About a mile south of the south jetty, 119 offers parking and beach access.
⬆ 1 mile? N to 118
⬇ 1 mile? S to 120
🅿
120 ??? ?  
121
John DellenbackJohn Dellenback Dunes Trail is a scenic 3-mile trail through tall dunes to the open beach.
🅿 Lakeside
130 ? ?  
  Coos Bay 🌉  
135A Sunset Bay North 🅿 Sunset
Bay
SP
135 Sunset Bay Middle 🅿
135B Sunset Bay South 🅿
136 Shore Acres SP? ?  
137 Simpson's Reef? ?  
138 Cape Arago North 🅿 Cape
Arago
139 Cape Arago South 🅿
140
Sacchi Beach?South of Fivemile Creek, at the end of Pacific Surf Lane off Seven Devils Road.  The beach is north of a point, so maybe hard to get to on the beach.  North of Sacchi Beach, the cliffs march out to Cape Arago.
? Seven
Devils
Road
141
Agate Beach?Agate Beach, south of Threemile Creek, looks like one could hike up the beach to it from Seven Devils SRS.  There is also an Agate Lane north of Threemile Creek with a driveway crossing the creek to a B&B that's close to Agate Beach.
?
142
Seven DevilsSeven Devils State Recreation Site offers paved parking and rest rooms.
⬆ ?mi N to 141 ?
⬇ ?mi S to 143
⬇ ?mi S to 148
🅿
143
Whisky RunWhisky Run offers gravel parking without amenities, north of the Bandon Dunes Golf Resort.
⬆ ?mi N to 142
⬇ ?mi S to 144
⬇ ?mi S to 148
🅿
144
Bullards North LoopBeach access from a hiking and equestrian trail on the north side of Bullards Beach State Park.
? Bullards
Beach
State
Park
145
Bullards Cut CreekBeach access from a hiking and equestrian trail on the north side of Bullards Beach State Park.
?
146
Bullards Pearl's TrailPearl's Trail at Bullards Beach State Park leads from the campground a mile or two through hilly forested dunes to this beach access 146 .  When I visited c.2018, a length of Pearl's Trail had been reclaimed by a swamp halfway along.
?
147
Bullards BeachThe Bullards Beach access point 147 is located at the main parking lot where Bullards Beach Road meets the foredune in Bullards Beach State Park north of Bandon, Oregon.  There is lots of parking, and flush rest rooms.
🅿
148
Coquille Lighthouse 148 Coquille Lighthouse is located at the north jetty of the Coquille River, at the south end of the sand spit occupied by Bullards Beach State Park.  The parking lot there is the end of Bullards Beach Road.  There is a vault toilet at the larger parking lot.
⬆ ?mi N to 147
⬇ S is Coquille River
🅿
  Coquille River 🌉  
149
Coquille South JettyLocated at the south jetty at the mouth of the Coquille River, and within Bandon South Jetty Park, 149 offers a popular beach, ample parking, and flush rest rooms.  Bandon's famous sea stacks are arrayed to the south along the beach.
⬆ N is Coquille River
⬇ 0.3? mi S to 150A
⬇ 4? mi S to 154
🅿 Bandon
150A
Coquille PointCoquille Point National Wildlife Refuge in Bandon features two beach access points.  150A  is located at the north side of the flat headland, a mild walk from the parking lot.  There is no rest room.
⬆ 0.?? mi N to 149
⬇ 0.?? mi S to 150
🅿
150
Coquille PointCoquille Point National Wildlife Refuge in Bandon features two beach access points.  150  is located at the parking lot, on the south side of the flat headland.  There is no rest room.
⬆ 0.?? mi N to 150A
⬇ 0.?? mi S to 151
🅿
151
Face RockThe beach access 151 at Face Rock State Scenic Viewpoint is on the south side of the headland.  The park offers parking, picnic tables, a vault toilet, and stunning views.
🅿
152
Tish-a-TangBeach access from a residential street off Beach Loop Road in Bandon.  I haven't evaluated parking yet.
?
152A
privateThe Inn at Face Rock Best Western has a private beach access, presumably meaning it crosses and/or leads to their private property above the vegetation line.  I don't think there is public parking where it crosses Beach Loop Road.
🚫
153
Mars LaneMars Lane is a beach access at the end of a residential street on the south side of Bandon, Oregon.  There is no parking to speak of.
🚫
154
Devil's KitchenDevil's Kitchen is a beach access wayside along Beach Loop Road in Bandon; it's part of Bandon State Natural Area.  It offers parking, flush rest rooms, a creek, and access to a beach studded with sea stacks.
⬆ 4? mi N to 149
⬆ 0.?? mi N to 153
⬇ Creek
⬇ 1? mi S to 155
🅿
155
China CreekChina Creek is a beach access wayside along Beach Loop Road in Bandon; it's part of Bandon State Natural Area.  It offers parking, a porta-potty, a creek, and access to a beach.
⬆ 5? mi N to 149
⬆ 1? mi N to 154
⬇ Creek
⬇ 2? mi S to New River
⬇12? mi S to 156
🅿
156
Floras LakeFloras Lake is a coastal dune lake separated from the Pacific by a single foredune and beach.  It features Boice-Cope County Park, and half-mile and mile-long trails to the open beach.  It's located at the base of the narrow ~10-mile sand spit separating New River and the ocean, so walking north on the beach to China Creek is about 12 miles and involves fording the mouth of New River.
⬆ 18? mi N to 149
⬆ 12? mi N to 155
⬇ 1? mi S to cliffs
⬇ 4? mi S to Blacklock Point
🅿  
160 Paradise Point 🅿 Port
Orford
161 Tseriadun 🅿
162 Port of Port Orford 🅿
163 Battle Rock 🅿
164 Hubbard Creek 🅿
165 Rocky Point 🅿  
166 Humbug Mountain 🅿  
167 Arizona Beach 🅿  
168 Sisters Rock 🅿  
169 Ophir Trail 🅿  
170 Ophir Rest Area 🅿  
171 Nesika Beach 🅿  
172 Otter Point 🅿  
173 ? 🅿  
174 Bailey Beach South 🅿  
175 Rogue River N. Jetty 🅿  
  Rogue River 🌉  
176 ? 🅿 Gold
Beach
177 Fairground 🅿
178 Visitor Center 🅿
179 Kissing Rock 🅿
180 Hunter Creek Turnout 🅿
181 Meyers Beach North 🅿  
182 Meyers Beach 🅿  
183 ? 🅿  
184 Pistol River North 🅿 Pistol
River
SSV
185 Pistol River Middle 🅿
  Pistol River 🌉
186 Pistol River South 🅿
187 Thunder Rock Cove 🅿 Samuel H.
Boardman
State
Scenic
Corridor
188 Indian Sands 🅿
189 Whaleshead 🅿
189A Whaleshead Viewpoint 🅿
190 Lone Ranch 🅿
191 Harris Beach Day Use 🅿 Harris
Beach
192 Harris Beach South 🅿
193 Mill Beach 🅿 Brookings
194 Chetco Point 🅿
  Chetco River 🌉  
195 Chetco South Jetty 🅿 Harbor
196 Crissey Field? ?  

    1   Fort Stevens SP? ⛺, Columbia River
  12A   Ecola (Point)
  16   Tolovana (Park)
  20   Oswald West SP
  20C   Oswald West - South
  25   Manhattan
  35   Tierra Del Mar
  39A   Mount Angel Street (Neskowin)
  39B   Neskowin Beach State Rec. Site
  45   D River
  50   Salishan Spit, north third
  50A   Salishan Spit, middle third
  50B   Salishan Spit, south third
  51   Laurel Street, Gleneden Beach
  51A   Gleneden Beach SRS
  51B   Schoolhouse Creek?
  51C   stairs to large expensive looking multi-unit VRDs just north of Lincoln Beach RV park.  Two large almost driveable access points at the south edge of the RV park are unmarked.
  52   Fishing Rock
  52A   Fogarty Creek
  54   Beverly Beach
  55   Moolack Beach
  61   Yaquina Bay S. Jetty
  61B  South Beach SP day use
  64   Seal Rock State Rec. Site
  66C   South Sandpiper (Bayshore)
  67   Bayshore North
  67A   Bayshore Middle
  67B   Bayshore Beach Club
  67C   Bayshore South
  67D   Alsea Spit (Bayshore)
  68   Governor Patterson SRS
  69   ???
  70   Beachside (day use)
  70A   Beachside (campground)
  71   Tillicum Beach (day use; no beach-facing sign)
  71   Tillicum Beach (campground)
      (San Marine?)
  74   Salmon Street (north Yachats)
  75   Smelt Sands SRS
  76   Yachats State Rec Area
  77   Yachats Ocean Road
  78   Devil’s Churn (Cape Perpetua)
  79   Cove Beach Trailhead (Cape Perpetua)
  80   Restless Waters
  81   Cooks Chasm
  82   Neptune North (Gwynn Creek)
  82A   Neptune South (Neptune SSVP)
  83   Strawberry Hill
  84   Bob Creek
  85   Stonefield Beach North
  86   Stonefield Beach (south)
  87   Tokatee Klootchman
  88   Ocean Beach (day use)
  89   Rock Creek
  90   Muriel O. Ponsler State Wayside
  91   Carl G. Washburne B-40
  92   Carl G. Washburne SP
  93   Hobbit Beach Trailhead
  94   Heceta Head Lighthouse
  95A   Baker Beach Camp (USFS)
  95B   Baker Beach (USFS)
  96   Heceta Beach North (Lane County Parks)
  96A   Heceta Beach South (Lane County Parks)
  97   Siuslaw North Jetty (Harbor Vista CP, Florence)
  98   South Siuslaw Jetty (base of jetty)
  99   S. Jetty Parking #7 (riverbank near mouth)
100   S. Jetty Parking #6
101   S. Jetty Parking #5
102   S. Jetty Parking #4
103   S. Jetty Parking #3
104   S. Jetty Parking #2
105   S. Jetty Parking #1 (south side)
106   (OHV access at South Jetty Dune & Beach)
113   North Overlook Trail, Oregon Dunes Overlook
114   South Overlook Trail, Oregon Dunes Overlook
121   John Dellenback trailhead
135A  Sunset Bay North
135   Sunset Bay Middle
135B  Sunset Bay South
138   Cape Arago North
139   Cape Arago South
142   Seven Devils (State Recreation Site)
143   Whisky Run (Ocean Shore SRA)
144   Bullards North Loop
145   Bullards Cut Creek
146   Bullards Pearl’s Trail
147   Bullards Beach (parking area)
148   Coquille Lighthouse (North Jetty at Bullards Beach SP)
149   Coquille South Jetty (Bandon South Jetty Park)
150A   Coquille Point (north, Oregon Islands NWR, Bandon)
150   Coquille Point (Oregon Islands NWR, Bandon)
151   Face Rock (Wayside, Bandon)
152   Tish-a-Tang (Ocean Shore SRA, Bandon)
152A   Inn at Face Rock Best Western private beach access
153   Mars Lane (Ocean Shore SRA, Bandon)
154   Devil’s Kitchen (Ocean Shore SRA, Bandon)

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Beaches, themselves . . .
Fort Stevens State Park?
. . .
Road's End south to mouth of Siletz Bay (8mi?)
Salishan Spit south to Fishing Rock (7mi?)
Fishing Rock south to Fogarty Creek (<1 mi)
Boiler Bay? Pocket, inaccessible? (<1mi)
Inn at Otter Crest south to Otter Rock
Otter Rock south, Beverly Beach, Moolack Beach, to Yaquina Head
Yaquina Head south, Agate Beach
Newport oceanfront to mouth of Yaquina Bay
Newport south jetty south
. . .
Bob Creek Wayside
(may be connected?)
Stonefield Beach
(may be connected?)
Tokatee Klootchman SNS
. . .
Heceta Head south to mouth of Siuslaw River (dunes)
Siuslaw south jetty south through Oregon Dunes NRA (to mouth of Siltcoos River?)
. . .
Seven Devils SRS south through Whiskey Run and Bullards Beach to Coquille north jetty (6mi?)
Bandon South Jetty Park south to mouth of New River
mouth of New River south to Blacklock Point?
Blacklock Point south to Cape Blanco?
Cape Blanco south to mouth of Elk River
mouth of Elk River south to Tseriadun SRS at Port Orford Heads
Port Orford Battle Rock Wayside south to Rocky Point?
Rocky Point south to Humbug Mountain
Arizona Beach
. . .