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Cape Lookout State Park

Cape Lookout State Park, Oregon

Cape Lookout is where whales travel with their kin, where Western Red Cedar and Sitka Spruce house families of Peregrine Falcons, where famous lighthouses flash against stretches of misty Pacific Read more...
Cape Lookout is where whales travel with their kin, where Western Red Cedar and Sitka Spruce house families of Peregrine Falcons, where famous lighthouses flash against stretches of misty Pacific Ocean as you stand on high cliffside perches, and seals bask on rocky beds below. Part of the Three Capes Scenic Loop, along with Cape Meares and Cape Kiwanda, Cape Lookout is a beachside playground, a coastal forest hiking paradise and a full service, year round campground. Come here to experience the beauty of Oregon’s intense coastal designs--because there’s nothing like the capes to show them off! Explore the sleepy nearby beach town of Oceanside and the slightly more popular Pacific City or follow the scenic Wilson River pass. Wander, surf, swim, fish, hike, watch and listen. You will surely come back from Cape Lookout altered by the ardent beauty and diversity of Oregon’s North Coast.
Cape Lookout Campground
Emma
Emma: Fun campground right on the ocean. One dune between campground and the beach. Sand dollars and crabs...
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