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The name intrigued my wife

Considering we live in Beijing, my wife wanted to make this stop. It was a long walk and not so... read more

Reviewed August 4, 2017
Daniel A
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Beijing, China
Secluded Beach

A really nice place to see with awesome (in the classic sense of the word) views from above and... read more

Reviewed March 22, 2016
husted5
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Gold Beach, Oregon
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4 Aug 2017
“The name intrigued my wife”
22 Mar 2016
“Secluded Beach”
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Samuel Boardman State Park, Hwy 101, mileposts 347-348., Brookings, OR
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Reviewed August 4, 2017

Considering we live in Beijing, my wife wanted to make this stop. It was a long walk and not so easy like the other stops where it’s right off the beach. Nonetheless, she wanted to continue. We finally found it and it was very nice...More

3  Thank Daniel A
Reviewed March 22, 2016

A really nice place to see with awesome (in the classic sense of the word) views from above and below. Make sure that you are up for the hike. I recommend entering from the South and exiting from the North.

1  Thank husted5
Reviewed September 6, 2015

Want to hike to a 2 mile long private beach? This is just one of many such amazing, pristine beaches and hiking trails within 10 minutes of Whaleshead Resort's private villas! Do not miss Secret Beach with 6 private coves/beaches... go at low tide to...More

1  Thank GinaP2113
Reviewed June 30, 2015

we really don't like to tell people about this beach as we like to keep it just to ourselves. It is hard to get in and out of, must be in decent shape as it is steep, but amazingly beautiful.

2  Thank linda n
Reviewed February 10, 2015

China Beach is pretty well hidden away and 350 feet down from the level of Hwy 101, through Sitka Spruce forest. The beach is at least a half-mile long, untouched and varied, with little streams crossing it, driftwood piles, and interesting shells that have washed...More

5  Thank Ollie F
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