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Nehalem Bay State Park

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Situated on a sandspit between Nehalem Bay and the ocean, the park is a sand-dune sheltered campground with 6 miles of ocean beach frontage and a popular horse camp.

Facilities include 18 yurts, 267 electrical campsites, 17 horse campsites with corrals, primitive fly-in campsites for the adjacent air strip, and a hiker/biker camp. A picnic area, restroom and shower facilities, boat ramp, meeting hall, and waste water disposal station are also provided.

Campground open year-round. Max RV, 60 feet. A variety of wildlife roam the park, including deer, elk, coyote, and birds.

Location: 9500 Sandpiper Lane, Nehalem Oregon 97131 Telephone 503-368-5154

Other Oregon State Parks nearby:
(Vernonia) Banks-Vernonia State Trail
(Pacific City) Cape Kiwanda
(Tillamook) Cape Lookout State Park
(Oceanside) Cape Meares State Park
(Rockaway Beach) Manhattan Beach State Park
() Munson Creek State Park

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