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Humbug Point

From Oregon Hikers Field Guide

Artist and Lion Rock, Humbug Point (bobcat)


Humbug Point, between Silver Point and Hug Point is a small basalt headland in the Arcadia Beach State Recreation Site. Lion Rock has been disconnected from the wooded headland by 15 million years of erosion. This headland is one of the more difficult to navigate with dry feet. Be prepared to wade! At high tide, the wash will be waist deep.

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