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Chapman Point

From Oregon Hikers Field Guide

Looking towards Chapman Point and Bird Rocks from Crescent Beach (bobcat)


Chapman Point, at the north end of the community of Cannon Beach, separates Chapman Beach from Crescent Beach. The point itself is part of the John Yeon State Natural Site, named after the preservationist who rescued the point from becoming the site of a dance hall. Offshore are Thimble Rock and Bird Rocks. You can easily walk around Chapman Point, from Chapman Beach to Crescent Beach, at low tide.

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