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Beards Hollow Trailhead

From Oregon Hikers Field Guide

Parking at Beards Hollow (bobcat)
Boardwalk at Beards Hollow (bobcat)


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Hikes including this trailhead

Fees and Regulations

  • $10 day use fee or Discover Pass
  • Dogs on leash.
  • Share Discovery Trail with bicycles
  • Toilet and interpretive signs

Driving Directions

Drive Highway 26 west from Portland. From where the I-217 entrance joins Highway 26, it’s 68.9 miles to where the highway splits to join Highway 101.

Bear right here for Seaside and Astoria and, in 0.4 miles, merge with Highway 101 north.

Drive north on 101 for 18.9 miles, crossing the Youngs Bay Bridge and reaching a roundabout. Go left here for Astoria City Center.

In 0.5 miles, turn left for Highway 101N, Ilwaco, and Long Beach.

Drive 4.3 miles across the Astoria Megler Bridge and turn left at the junction with Washington’s Highway 4 for Highway 101N, Ilwaco, and Long Beach.

Reach the junction with Highway 101 Alternate after 9.1 miles, and keep straight for Ilwaco and Long Beach.

Drive 2.1 miles into Ilwaco and come to the traffic light on First Street, where Highway 101 heads north.

Keep straight here, and drive 1.9 miles on Spruce Street, which becomes the 100 Loop Drive or North Head Road.

Turn right into the parking area for Beards Hollow, part of Cape Disappointment State Park.

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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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