Gleneden Beach State Recreation Site facts for kids
Quick facts for kidsGleneden Beach State Recreation Site
Sandstone bluff, beach, Pacific Ocean
|Location||Lincoln County, Oregon|
|Nearest city||Lincoln City|
|Area||17.5 acres (7.1 ha)|
|Operated by||Oregon Parks and Recreation Department|
|Open||Year-round, Day use|
Gleneden Beach State Recreation Site is a state park administered by the Oregon Parks and Recreation Department in the U.S. state of Oregon. Located along the Pacific Ocean 7 miles (11 km) south of Lincoln City, it offers public beach access, picnicking, and fishing in a setting of shore pines, sandstone bluffs, and sand. The park is fee-free.
Open year-round, the 17.5-acre (7.1 ha) park has picnic tables, a group picnic area, and restrooms. Road access is from U.S. Highway 101, which passes through the nearby community of Gleneden Beach. Picnic tables have been set up in the woods near the parking area and in a meadow above an ocean bluff. A path along the edge of the bluff offers views of the ocean; other paths lead down to the beach.
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