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Haystack Rock is a unique 235 feet monolith that attracts wildlife and tourists alike and is part of the Oregon Coast’s geological history, formed millions of year ago by lava flows that created many of the dramatic capes and headlands along the...more
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Go about an hour before low tide hits to see the best array of sea creatures. It's easy to imagine you've stumbled on a secret cove in the early mornings. You'll only have to contend with a few hungry sea birds, racing sand rabbits, and...More
With the incredible difficulty involved in actually getting to the beach, I found this to be an "over-glorified" rock in the water! Seriously, it is difficult enough just to get to a place to take a picture! Cannon Beach is a pretty little town, with...More
From Ohio, I take every chance to get to a beach. Was in Oregon for a wedding and took a 90 minute, scenic drive from Forest Grove.
The beach is mostly sandy, extremely wide. There were a fair amount of people there but not at...More
So beautiful, relaxing, gentle, and a soul searching kind of place. Good exercize and fun all the way. All kinds of weather there, make it feel different. It's soooo big too, I loved every second I was on this beach, watching nature, the sea and...More
Haystack Rock was featured in the film at the end on the beach. The cave however was a set. The cave at Haystack Rock is part of the Reserve and is off limits for entry. During super negative tides it is visible and can... More
Haystack Rock was featured in the film at the end on the beach. The cave however was a set. The cave at Haystack Rock is part of the Reserve and is off limits for entry. During super negative tides it is visible and can be viewed from the south side of the rock.