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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
Take a stroll on the beach and view the famous HayStack Rock. The waves crashing on the rock are just spectacular. You can also walk up to one of the restaurants in the area from the beach. You cannot climb on the rock.
It's just amazing and overwhelming to a Kansas city girl who hasn't seen the ocean in
many yrs. I just got home and was in that area for 18 days. I loved watching people of all ages walking, laughing and enjoying family time. Wish I...More
Of course this is a famous spot to visit, so it can get really crowded at times, especially mid-late afternoon. If you get the chance to go earlier, I would recommend it. It's a cool spot to visit either way, even with a bit of...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.