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Beaver Creek Trailhead (Brian Booth)

From Oregon Hikers Field Guide

Trailhead at the Beaver Creek Visitor Center, Brian Booth State Park (bobcat)


Hikes starting here

Fees, Regulations, Facilities

  • No fees
  • Dogs on leash
  • Visitor center open 12:00 p.m. - 4:00 p.m. daily
  • Restrooms and picnic area at visitor center
  • Beaver Marsh Trail closed during the wet months

Driving Directions

From Portland:

Drive I-5 South to Exit 294 for 99W, Tigard and Newberg.

Keep on 99 West through Tigard, Sherwood, Newberg and Dundee for 22.9 miles and then turn left onto Highway 18 for Dayton and the Oregon Coast.

Drive all the way on Highway 18 (52.7 miles). Before Highway 101, there’s a junction where cars going north peel off to the right for Neskowin and Tillamook.

Drive 0.7 more miles and merge with Highway 101 South.

Drive 38.7 miles through Lincoln City and then Newport, crossing the Yaquina Bay Bridge. Turn left after entering Brian Booth State Park onto North Beaver Creek Road.

Drive 1.0 miles to a junction.

Keep left, and drive 0.3 miles before turning right into the parking area near the visitor center.

There's another trailhead (the Kayak Slough Trailhead) about 225 yards farther up Beaver Creek Road on your right.

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Oregon Hikers Field Guide is built as a collaborative effort by its user community. While we make every effort to fact-check, information found here should be considered anecdotal. You should cross-check against other references before planning a hike. Trail routing and conditions are subject to change. Please contact us if you notice errors on this page.

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