Siletz Bay Park

Siletz Bay Park, Lincoln City: Tickets, Tours, Address, Siletz Bay Park Reviews: 4.5/5

Siletz Bay Park
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B&B
Portland, OR10 contributions
a great place to hang out
May 2021
this spot is accessible for folks who want to enjoy nature but may not have the best physical mobility.
Written May 5, 2021
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suzan s
3 contributions
Gotta dog? Wanna make your dog happy?
Dec 2020
If you visit the park, don’t go where the tourists go. Turn left onto the road just past the blue tidewater condos, near the bridge, and park at the gravel spaces provided. My dog Hunter loves running around the driftwood, smelling critters, and playing fetch in the Siletz Bay. Please be aware of seals - they are not the best play dates for Fido!
Written January 1, 2021
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Cassie K
2 contributions
Always fun, gorgeous bay. Family and fires friendly
Oct 2020
Always fun, gorgeous bay. Family and fire friendly. Roast hot dogs, lots of drift wood, but I always bring my own wood so I don't destroy the habitat.
Written November 4, 2020
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Robert W
Sacramento, California510 contributions
Siletz Bay Park
Jul 2019
stay for sunset...well worth it. Nice during day but best when the sun sets. Clean beach and not terribly crowded.
Written October 12, 2019
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Cynthia B
21 contributions
Our condo overlooks this beautiful Bay.
Oct 2019
Every morning we watch people show up to dig for clams. The view changes all day as the tide goes in and out. There are resident seals that eat in the high tide close enongh to watch or take pictures.
Written October 3, 2019
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robert b
Depoe Bay, OR39 contributions
clamming
Aug 2019
Siletz Bay is an excellent place to bring the family, I live near here and it is the best and easiest place to to go clamming during low tide. You can dig your limit of clams in 20 minutes. It is great for stand up paddle boarding, crabbing, swimming, fishing(at the head of the Siletz River), picnicking, sandcastles building, rafting, kayaking, and your less then 25 yards from shops and restaurants. It is just off the 101.
Written August 25, 2019
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Becca
Milton Freewater, OR8 contributions
Visited family
Apr 2019 • Friends
Have an aunt that lives within walking distance from the park, we go visit her then head out and walk along the beach. Drift wood galore, if you're into that kinda thing.
Written August 15, 2019
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Sharon
Mobile, AL211 contributions
Fun & Beauiful!
Jun 2019 • Family
The water is clear and beautiful, the sand is warm, driftwood galore, and the seals are a blast to watch. A great place to be on the beach and the wind is not as harsh because it is a protected inlet. The seals are smart to make their home there. Go to Mo's if you are hungry for clam chowder since it sits right on the bay.
Written June 7, 2019
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bcriswel
San Francisco, CA113 contributions
Map is wrong
Apr 2019
Do NOT follow Apple Maps to get here. It will take you to the middle of nowhere. Never actually got to go to the park.
Written April 25, 2019
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Robby G C
Toronto, Canada78,235 contributions
The amazing Siletz Bay
Jul 2018 • Couples
The first time we passed, we saw that this bay was beautiful. We decided to come back in the evening, when the sun goes down. We found out that the lake will be at the lowest water level.

We went down and explored the bay. There were some parts of the bay that had lots of water. However we wanted to reach the amazing trees and we had no problems to get there.

We took so many pictures, especially when the sun was setting.

The next day we took more pictures of the bay. Wow!

We stood there amazed.

In the olden days, there were 85 natives. When the trappers came to their vicinity, all the aboriginals died due to disease. That was so sad!

However, the view is amazing.

This is a must see!
Written March 23, 2019
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