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Sunset Bay State Park

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Sunset Bay State Park, Oregon

Cliffside by the sea, comfortably nestled between two national forests off of Hwy 101, Sunset Bay State Park coyly awaits your company. Connected by a series of trails to Shore Acres and Cape Arago Read more...
Cliffside by the sea, comfortably nestled between two national forests off of Hwy 101, Sunset Bay State Park coyly awaits your company. Connected by a series of trails to Shore Acres and Cape Arago State Parks, Sunset Bay is a pristine piece of Oregon Coast paradise in the midst of a lush geographical puzzle. Watch the sun sink from the perch of weatherbeaten headlands, hike through the primal allure of old growth coastal forests, beachcomb, wildflower hunt, whale watch, wave splash and foster a sense of endless adventure during your time at Sunset Bay. If you're driving 101 North, make a pit stop, pre-park, in the town of Bandon for a cup of clam chowder and if you're driving South, visit Florence for a stroll along one of the quaintest waterfront marinas in Oregon.
Sunset Bay Campground

Sunset Bay Campground

100% Recommend – 4 Responses
Emma
Emma: Gorgeous campground. Three loops with bathrooms in the center. One has showers, all great quality. The...
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100% Recommend – 4 Responses
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