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Hug Point State Park

506 Reviews

Hug Point State Park

506 Reviews
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Oregon Coast Tour from Portland
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Oregon Coast Tour from Portland

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Along the Northern Oregon Coast, you will find old-growth forests, pristine beaches, majestic capes and stunning views. Wander in the footsteps of Lewis and Clark as you explore the beach and majestic Haystack Rock. Have lunch in Cannon Beach and browse in the many quaint stores and shops. Pass through a preserved old-growth forest on the way to Ecola state park and hike out to view the sea lions and seabirds.
$128.21 per adult
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C8572FHstephanief wrote a review Yesterday
Redmond, Washington14 contributions1 helpful vote
Its a great beautiful location. A nice healthy walk from Canon Beach. Lots to see on the way there and way back.
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Date of experience: November 2020
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Lord_Tater wrote a review Oct 2020
Auburn, Washington44 contributions1 helpful vote
Decided to check out the location, and fortunate enough to catch it at low tide which was a bonus all around to explore more of the beach. The area was absolutely beautiful, calming, and plenty to see. The walk did stretch a bit out but completely worth it for site seeing. Also learned that Arcadia and Hug Point are attached to the same walk as well as hay stack rock if you are willing to make the walk on low tide.
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Date of experience: October 2020
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MaryDfromChicago wrote a review Oct 2020
Chicago, Illinois59 contributions16 helpful votes
My husband and I enjoyed exploring and snapping off a few tourist pictures to add to our vacation album. It is worth the time to stop.
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Date of experience: September 2020
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TravelingMerm wrote a review Sep 2020
Monrovia, California1,633 contributions104 helpful votes
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Great little beach area very near Cannon Beach’s Haystack Rock area, very much worth a stop! There’s a lovely waterfall on the beach. It was a small trickle when I visited but apparently gets quite large when there’s enough water! The parking was free when we visited, not sure if you normally have to pay. It’s a paved lot on a fairly steep hill and is pretty busy. But we didn’t have to wait long for a spot. There’s also a bathroom in the parking area. After parking, it’s a small hike down to the beach. The beach is clean with soft sand and lots of caves! There were broken sand dollars scattered all over the sand! We even saw a brilliant purple jellyfish! Would be a great spot for a beach day or picnic!
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Date of experience: September 2020
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AnnElizabeth97123 wrote a review Sep 2020
Portland, Oregon837 contributions123 helpful votes
Great spot for the whole family! Tide pools, sea caves, interesting geology, and nice walk on the beach with few other people. Steep parking lot and stairs down to the beach. Looking at other’s photos, there is a great difference in how much water comes over the waterfall in September vs springtime.
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Date of experience: September 2020
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