It is soo cool to be able to explore a shipwreck. Low tide is required to be able to get close to the wreck. Also a great beach to explore. Drift wood forts have been constructed along the beach and are really fun for the...更多
Didn't instead to stop here while driving along the Oregon coast but a local told us we needed to. So glad we did. The beach itself is beautiful and the ship wreck is neat to see and the story behind it is cool too. So...更多
This place is close to camp grounds of the Fort Steven's state park. A lot of people camping take a hiking to this beach.
There is no fee to enter this area or beach, even though you go through the state park.
A shipwreck on...更多
Was a little disappointed after all the hype online, but was well worth the stop, extremely easy to get to. Parking available right there and you literally walk right over a sand dune and it is sitting right there on a crowded beach. I am...更多
How awesome to touch a piece of history. You can still see some of the wood attached to the steel hull. During low tide you can actually climb on this historic wreck. Plus, there are sand dollars on the beach and bald eagles flying above....更多