A mile south and uphill from Kissing Rock is a highway turnout on the south side of Gold Beach, Oregon, near milepost 331 on US 101. A highway turn-out parking area offers a view out over the Pacific Ocean.
Hunter Creek Turnout has been assigned 180 in Oregon's system of numbered beach access points. I found this curious, because there is no obvious beach access here. A steep and brush-covered bank leads down the coastal bluff to the sandy beach, but there is no trail that I saw. A determined person could get from the turnout to the beach, or climb from the beach to the turnout, but this is the most un-beach-access-like of Oregon's numbered beach access points that I've seen.
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