Beverly Beach State Park

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About Beverly Beach State Park

What’s not to like when you’re a footpath away from a weather-beaten sweep of sandy beach that extends from Yaquina Head to Otter Rock (lighthouse in view)? What’s not to like when you can spend the day flying your kite or surfing on the north beach or immersing your toes in Spencer Creek at a forested campground? When you can whale watch or geek-out at the aquarium or appreciate the goodness of distinctive Oregon Coast towns or hike around tide-pools, past seals, to lighthouses, what’s not to adore? There’s a sound logic behind Beverly Beach State Park’s popularity and it has as much to do with the awesome park itself as with the gratifying surrounding area.

Campgrounds in Beverly Beach

Beverly Beach Campground

1. Beverly Beach Campground

Between Cape Foulweather and Yaquina Head is this coveted year-round campsite, worthy of booking in advance. Camping at Beverly Beach State Park...

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Loved camping this site on our excursion down 101. Quick access to hiking and the beach it is great for a small group of people who love different kinds of outdoors stuff. We only stayed for a night in October but the site was clean and quiet. More on the "glamping" side I would highly recommend for camping beginners who aren't quite ready to escape major amenities!

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History of Beverly Beach State Park

Land along Spencer Creek (where Beverly Beach State Park stands) was first acquired by the Highway Commission in 1942 - 1943 and subsequently transferred to the State Parks. Additional properties were acquired from various owners by purchases, up to 1969.