Strawberry Hill is a remote-feeling bluff-top wayside on the Oregon Coast, with ocean views and trail access to a rocky shore and beach. It's near milepost 169 on US 101, south of Cape Perpetua in Lane County. The wayside offers a dozen paved parking spaces and beach access 83 , but not rest rooms or cell phone service.
Strawberry Hill is located atop a rock terrace jutting into the ocean. A trail leads out onto rocks, and the nimble can find their way out towards the wave-battered rocky point, to a small beach to the north, or to a larger beach to the south covered with cobbles (six-inch rounded beach stones).
Strawberry Hill is managed by Oregon State Parks as part of Neptune State Scenic Viewpoint. See picture profiles at 100 Steps, BeachConnection.net, Inspirock, Oregon Coastlines, Outdoor Project, Travel Lane County, and Google Image Search.