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Coquille Point

From Oregon Hikers Field Guide

Knockers off of Coquille Point, Bandon Beach (bobcat)


Coquille Point is a mainland section of the Oregon Islands National Wildlife Refuge, which is composed mostly of small rocky offshore islets. A path from the beach leads up on the south side of Coquille Point if you want to get views from the top. There is a small trail system around the point, a picnic area, and parking.

Below the point on the beach, there's a narrow gap between the rocks that funnels the wind. Elephant Rock is the massive formation just offshore. You cannot round the point at the high point of the tide.

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