Oregon's shoreline is a geologic mix of sandy beaches, rocky shores and towering capes rising from the sea. All of it — stretching from the Columbia River south to the Oregon/California border and between the vegetation line and extreme low tide — is waiting for you to take a stunning walk along the edge of the Pacific Ocean. See the History/FAQ page to learn why Oregon's beaches are open to everyone to explore.
Want a bigger adventure? Hike part or all of entire 362 miles of coastline on the Oregon Coast Trail. Many sections are excellent day hikes. Other sections are on beach and road shoul