Our family stayed here one night while driving up the Oregon Coast. We picked this state park because of its location and the fact that you can reserve yurts here through the Oregon State Parks web-site. The yurts have to be reserved well in advance (approximately nine to ten months in advance - check out the state park web-site for details). The park itself is very shady with tall trees and is located across a coastal highway (not highway 101) from the beach- the highway is a two lane road with access from the park to the beach by a tunnel that goes under the road. Our yurt was large enough to sleep the four of us (two kids and two adults) and was very clean. The yurt had a heater, which we used give the cool night temperatures. The restrooms were nearby and were clean as well with plenty of hot water. Sunset Bay has terrific tide pools, which you can explore during low tide with plenty of sea stars, sea anemones, and other aquatic life. I was able to run from Sunset Bay to Simpson Reef early in the morning and was treated to a deer sighting, which was unexpeted but wonderful! The sunsets from this location are terrific (which is true just about anywhere on the Oregon coast), and I definitely would return.
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