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Ecola State Park offers a dramatic view of the coastline, including the beach, Haystack Rock and south to Oswald West State Park. The park is one of the most photographed locations in Oregon. The 3.5 miles of clean hard sand are eminently walkable. The 1300-acre park includes much of the magnificent ocean frontage extending from the northern edge of the city of Cannon Beach to Indian Beach.
Ecola State Park contains splendid examples of old-growth Sitka spruce, western hemlock forest and habitat for elk and deer.
Within the park, the Tillamook Head Trail extends six miles from Seaside to Cannon Beach following the same coastal exploration routes used by Lewis and Clark.
The park is 2 miles north of Cannon Beach and features many picnicking areas. A hike-in camp is located near Indian Creek.
(Cannon Beach) Arcadia Beach State Park
(Warrenton) Cullaby Lake County Park
() Del Rey Beach State Park
(Cannon Beach) Ecola Marker and View of Tillamook Rock
() Ecola State Park
() Gearhart Necanicum Estuary
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08/11 Coming to The area
Water Music Festival Seaview WA April1 The Water Music Festival is an all-volunteer non-profit organization dedicated to bringing quality chamber music to the Lower Columbia River Region.
Astoria-Warrenton Crab and Seafood Festival Warrenton OR April26 Crab and seafood as well as entertainment. Listen to the Astoria HS Jazz Band on Sunday.
Grays Harbor Shorebird Festival Hoquiam WA April26-28 Witness the migrating shorebirds at Grays Harbor National Wildlife Refuge and other birding hotspots in Grays Harbor County.
4th Annual Tenor Guitar Gathering Astoria OR May30-June2 You'll hear guitars, ukeleles, banjos, and fiddles playing their tunes at the tenor guitar gathering.
Northwest Garlic Festival Ocean Park WA June15-16 In the land of clams, crab and oysters what are folks looking forward to in June? Garlic, and plenty of it!