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Harris Beach State Park

Harris Beach State Park, Oregon

The cobalt crash of the wild Pacific is at your fingertips. The translucence of the steelhead and salmon filled Chetco and the thrill of the adventure laden Rogue rushes nearby. Harris Beach State Read more...
The cobalt crash of the wild Pacific is at your fingertips. The translucence of the steelhead and salmon filled Chetco and the thrill of the adventure laden Rogue rushes nearby. Harris Beach State Park is where water and forest showcase all their coveted combinations with unapologetic abandon. Jet boaters, beachcombers, mountain bikers, coastal forest hiking fanatics, and anglers will all hit jackpot at Harris. Wildlife watchers will feel especially enamored by the migrating gray whales, the California Sea lions and the Harbor seals, not to mention Bird Island--where you are likely to spot a tufted puffin. At Harris Beach you’ll find yourself 5 miles from the California border, with options to explore further South (redwoods anyone?) or treasures to take in slightly north (like a 12 mile long progression of striking coastal waysides!).
Harris Beach Campground
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