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Beverly Beach Trailhead

From Oregon Hikers Field Guide

Spencer Creek and the Highway 101 bridge near the Beverly Beach State Park Day Use Area (bobcat)

Contents

Hikes starting here

Fees, Regulations, Facilities

  • Dogs on leash in state park area
  • Restrooms, picnic area, campground, nature trail

Driving Directions

From Portland:

Drive I-5 South to Exit 278 for Donald and Aurora.

After exiting, turn right onto Ehlen Road, which becomes Yergen Road, and drive 3.6 miles.

At a crossroads, continue straight on McKay Road for 3.4 miles.

At the T-junction with Highway 219, turn right, and proceed 3.1 miles, crossing the Willamette River.

Turn left onto the Newberg/Dundee Bypass, and go 4.2 miles.

Bear right at the merge with Highway 99W, and drive another 3.2 miles.

Then turn left onto Highway 18 for Dayton and the Oregon Coast. Keep on Highway 18 for 52.1 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 23.5 miles through Lincoln City and Depoe Bay, pass over Cape Foulweather and then turn left for Beverly Beach State Park.

Keep left after turning and drive 0.2 miles to make a left turn into the day-use parking area below Highway 101.


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