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An absolutely stunning park with the most amazing views of Cannon Beach. Easy walks to the viewpoint and Indian Beach. When you see pictures or painting of Oregon - that is the view you will get here. Perfect place for a picnic or just sit...More
...some areas are closed due to erosion,so it's impossible to get the full effect. There are still beautiful views, but if it's hiking you want, check first to see if trails are open.
It's a great place for wide open views of the ocean and...More
We went on a Sunday primarily to see Tillamook lighthouse. The road to the entrance is hardly bigger than one lane. The traffic was terrible. Stop and go. We found there wasn't anyone "manning" the gate. People were purchasing day passes from a ticket machine....More
One of my favorite views in the U.S. is from Ecola State Park.
I was disappointed upon visiting this past month, to learn that some of the trails have been damaged by winter storms. They were blocked with a sign saying such, and that they...More
We took a picnic lunch and paid the $5 park fee and was able to drive to two separate lots inside the park. One park to the north lets you walk onto the beach and you can view the Terrible Tillie Lighthouse. The park to...More
We were in Portland for a business trip and took day trip to the coast. There was an easy walk - although downhill- to the viewing area and some of the trails were closed due to recent rains. The drive in was a narrow, windy...More
The coastline view to the south is beautiful and reminds me of Carmel, CA. Majestic rocks rise out of the ocean near the beach. An abandoned lighthouse is visible on a tiny rocky island offshore. Restrooms, park benches and walking paths are available, but no...More
We visited Ecola to capture the views of beach and rocks on a sunny day. We were a bit disappointed that some of the trails were closed including those to the point due to landslides. A herd of elk were grazing nearby.
You need to submit a copy of your FAA UAV/drone certificate to the parks gate attendant to show that you are a registered user. Flights can not be at night time or over persons. Be careful of cross winds
We were just there a couple weeks ago. If I were bringing a 5 yr old (or anyone) I would drive to the parking area of Indian Beach within the park and take the stairs down to the beach. They are wide and easy steps and only... More
We were just there a couple weeks ago. If I were bringing a 5 yr old (or anyone) I would drive to the parking area of Indian Beach within the park and take the stairs down to the beach. They are wide and easy steps and only take a few minutes down. Wear good shoes vs flip flops as I saw a little one trip. Crescent Beach on the south end can be accessed from Cannon Beach but like mentioned, but ONLY during low tide so watch that carefully. It's also a very long walk from cannon Beach...more than it looks.