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Located within 5 minutes of Cannon Beach, Ebola State Park offers a great hilltop view of Cannon Beach, Haystack Rock and the nearby lighthouse. Plenty of easy (and a couple more difficult) hing tails all of which have great forest scenes, diverse wildlife and awesome...More
Hiking, excellent coastal views, photo opportunities, restrooms, tidepooling, bird watching, picnicking, and much more. And it's a two-fer. Visitors can also drive to the Indian Beach section. A narrow road winds through hillsides deeply forested by Sitka spruce. I didn't see any signs prohibiting RVs,...More
Great place to stretch your legs before heading to the coast line of Oregon. This is cliff side viewing of the beach with Cannon Beach in the distance. There is 9 miles of Coastline. There are some hiking opportunities, tide pooling and watching for wildlife....More
My wife and I travelled the northern Oregon coast from Heceta Head Light to Astoria — about 150 miles spread over 3 days. When we travel, as in this case, we generally visit natural scenic sights.
We visited a number of coastal Oregon state parks...More
Easy to find, beautiful to drive through, one of the best views of Cannon Beach and the Oregon coast anywhere. Great for photography buffs. There is a nominal parking fee which we tried to pay but were unable to because there is no attendant and...More
You need to submit a copy of your FAA UAV/drone certificate to the parks gate attendant to show that you are a registered user. Flights can not be at night time or over persons. Be careful of cross winds
We were just there a couple weeks ago. If I were bringing a 5 yr old (or anyone) I would drive to the parking area of Indian Beach within the park and take the stairs down to the beach. They are wide and easy steps and only... More
We were just there a couple weeks ago. If I were bringing a 5 yr old (or anyone) I would drive to the parking area of Indian Beach within the park and take the stairs down to the beach. They are wide and easy steps and only take a few minutes down. Wear good shoes vs flip flops as I saw a little one trip. Crescent Beach on the south end can be accessed from Cannon Beach but like mentioned, but ONLY during low tide so watch that carefully. It's also a very long walk from cannon Beach...more than it looks.