We noticed that you're using an unsupported browser. The TripAdvisor website may not display properly.We support the following browsers: Windows: Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox, Google Chrome. Mac: Safari.
All reviews sea caves small waterfall low tide tide pools cool caves oregon coast parking lot arch cape limited parking incoming tide nice beach beautiful spot rock formations the cliff beach area state park sand dollars
Visited in 7/13/18 and it was beautiful. Not near as busy as the other beaches, but still steady. If you walk towards the left when entering not many people go that way, we climbed a rock and watched the tide go out, very peaceful.
We loved this place, but definitely go at low tide and don't stay too long or you won't get to enjoy most of the beach. There aren't any signs describing the history but we researched ahead of time. The area that you walk up and...More
We were staying at a B&B in Arch Cape and kept seeing the signs for this place. We finally pulled in one evening and glad we did. We arrived right at low tide and sunset.
There was only a small group of people and a...More
This was a fun beach to visit. However the parking lot is small so get there early. Very easy to get to the beach. Lots of small caves, they don't go in very far you can still see the kids from the outside. At low...More
This is an amazing area to visit at low tide. You can see the trail the wagons took along the point. There are many sea life creatures to look at, a small waterfall, great view of the sea and an easy hike to get to...More
While we were on vacation in cannon beach we drove South to hug point state park. It was definitely worth the drive. Since there is no admission charge to get into the park it's obviously worth it. Be sure you visit at low tide.
I would say it depends on the limited mobility. The road down to the beach is paved and a little steep. There are a few wooden steps to go down. Once you are down at the beach you can walk to the rocks and peak in a few of... More
I would say it depends on the limited mobility. The road down to the beach is paved and a little steep. There are a few wooden steps to go down. Once you are down at the beach you can walk to the rocks and peak in a few of the tide pools.