Driftwood Beach State Recreation Site facts for kids
Quick facts for kidsDriftwood Beach State Recreation Site
Beach and Pacific Ocean from the park
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|Location||Lincoln County, Oregon|
|Area||36.7 acres (14.9 ha)|
|Operated by||Oregon Parks and Recreation Department|
Driftwood Beach State Recreation Site is a state park administered by the Oregon Parks and Recreation Department in the U.S. state of Oregon. Located 3 miles (5 km) north of Waldport along the Pacific Ocean, the park offers beach access, picnicking, and fishing in a setting of shore pines and sand. It is fee-free and open year-round.
The 36.7-acre (14.9 ha) park between U.S. Highway 101 and the ocean has parking spaces from which visitors can watch winter-storm surf without leaving their cars. A path leads from the bluff to a wide beach with driftwood along the high-tide line. Kite flyers and beachcombers frequent the beach in sunny weather. The Oregon Coast Trail for long-distance hikers passes through the park.
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