We visited here while staying in Cannon Beach. It is a short 15 minute drive or so. Parking seemed plenty. There is a small waterfall on the beach with a stream running to the ocean. There is also a huge rock formation on the beach, easy to climb on to view birds and tidepools. Many huge rocks on the beach... 更多
Visits to Cannon Beach can be quite crowded on a warm summer day if you stay at the main beach in town. Want to get away from the crowds? Drive south toward Arch Cape and pull into Hug Point State Park. Depending on the tide, you can find yourself all alone in a alcove of cliffs on the Pacific Ocean... 更多
What a beautiful beach with all sorts of nooks and sea caves that are accessible during low tide. The water was cold, but it sure was refreshing on tired feet. this is a great place to soak of nature and great photo ops abound!
The sandy beach is heaven but it also has caves, a waterfall, rock formations, and loads of stones to sift through. Watch the tide as it might keep you stranded if you walk down the beach and find it has crept up to the rocks at the edge. Lots of parking. Easy walk to the beach down some stairs. The... 更多
This state park was super fun to visit. The waterfall was flowing (early October) and was beautiful. The beach didn't have many people on it and it was fun to explore the different caves. It is free, but note that parking might be tight on busy days. There were some small tide pools that were fun to explore.
This was an unplanned stop. It has a small parking area and bathrooms. There are steps to get to the beach. It was freezing cold, and a jacket and hat would have been super. Beautiful scenery and clean. We were there during low tide, and it has plenty of beach to walk. It was worth the stop.
Worth the hike (30 minutes from car to caves) at low tide. Not good for handicapped person, walking is required. Fantastic caves to view, small water fall, beach hidden around the point.