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Beverly Beach State Park
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Beverly Beach State Park © Finetooth / CC BY-SA 3.0, via Wikimedia Commons
Beverly Beach State Park north of Newport in the U.S. state of Oregon
Beverly Beach State Park © Visitor7 / CC BY-SA 3.0, via Wikimedia Commons
Southwest of Beverly Beach State Park is Beverly Beach
Beverly Beach State Park © RickObst / CC BY-SA 4.0, via Wikimedia Commons
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198 Northeast 123rd Street
Newport, Oregon   97365
(lat:44.729 lon:-124.0556) map location

Phone: 800-551-6949
Toll Free: 800-551-6949
Reservations: 541-265-9278
Beverly Beach is popular for a reason! Like magic, a well-known walkway goes under the highway and emerges to the long expanse of sandy beach extending from Yaquina Head (you can see the lighthouse from here) to the headlands of Otter Rock. When the weather cooperates, kites color the air and whip in the wind. Bring a bucket and build a sand castle! Surfers often head to the north beach, while folks looking for fossils head south.

A few steps from the ocean you'll find the forest-sheltered campground. Giant, wind-sculpted trees and nurse logs surround the campsites strung along pebbly Spencer Creek. There is a Visitors Information Center located near the registration booth where you can also purchase books,souvenirs or educational toys.The childrens playground is located next to the program area. The picnic area is a grassy, tree-lined spot protected from summer winds by a charming yurt group meeting hall. It's hard to believe all this is a few minutes drive from the Oregon Coast Aquarium, Yaquina Head and other prime attractions.
History of the Area
Beverly Beach State Park is located on the central coast of Oregon, nestled between Yaquina Head and Otter Rock. The park's history dates back to ancient times when Native American tribes inhabited the area for thousands of years before European settlers arrived.

In the 1800s, pioneers began settling in this region as they sought new opportunities along the Pacific coastline. These early settlers established small communities near Beverly Beach, taking advantage of its abundant natural resources such as timber and fish.

During World War II, a portion of Beverly Beach was used by U.S. military forces for training exercises due to its strategic location overlooking the ocean. Afterward, it returned to civilian use but remained relatively undeveloped until later years.
Day-UseSwimming Beachyes
 Electric Sitesyes
 Water/Electric Sitesyes
 Full Hookup Sitesyes
1. Tent Camping: Beverly Beach State Park offers over 120 tent camping sites, each equipped with a picnic table and fire ring.

2. RV Camping: The park has more than 75 full-hookup sites for recreational vehicles up to 54 feet in length. These include water, sewer and electrical connections as well as cable TV hookups.

3. Yurt Rentals: For those who prefer glamping (glamorous camping), the park also provides yurts which are round canvas-and-wood structures that can accommodate five people comfortably; they come furnished with bunk beds, futons or sofas, tables & chairs along with heating facilities.

4. Yourte Deluxe: In addition to standard yurts there is one deluxe version available at this state park offering additional amenities like kitchen appliances , bathroom etc

5. Group Camps - There's an option of group campsites too where larger groups can camp together under reservation basis .

6. Hiker/Biker Campsites - Special areas have been designated within the campground specifically for hikers/bicyclists looking for a place to rest overnight during their journey.

Remember all these options require advance booking especially during peak season.
Nearby Accommodations
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Oregon Beach Vacations - LINCOLN CITY, OR
Cottages and Cabins
Oregon Beach Vacations chooses our Oregon vacation rentals very carefully. Each home is personally screened prior to acceptance, and we work closely with the property owners to ensure that every Oregon coast rental continues to meet our high standards. Each rental has certain amenities to make it special. You may never want to leave.
17.7 miles from park*
1. Beverly Beach State Park offers a variety of swimming options for visitors.
2. The park is home to the expansive Pacific Ocean beach, perfect for ocean swimmers.
3. Swimmers can enjoy body surfing or simply floating in the waves at this sandy beachfront location.
4. For those who prefer calmer waters, there's Spencer Creek that runs through the park and into the ocean.
5. Swimming in creek water provides an alternative experience compared with sea swimming due to its calmness and clarity.
6. The campground area also has several small ponds suitable for casual wading or splashing around on hot days.

Anglers can enjoy fishing in the nearby Yaquina Bay for species like salmon, steelhead and cutthroat trout. Crabbing is also popular here. The park's freshwater streams are home to crawfish as well.

Beverly Beach State Park offers picnic tables, fire pits and grills. It's perfect for family gatherings or a quiet lunch.
1. Spencer Creek Nature Trail: This is a 0.8-mile loop trail that takes hikers through the lush forest and along the banks of Spencer Creek, offering views of local wildlife.

2. Beverly Beach Overlook Trail: A short but steep hike leading to an overlook with panoramic views of Beverly Beach and the Pacific Ocean beyond.

3. Newport-Beverly Connector Pathway: An easy walking path connecting downtown Newport to Beverly State Park; it's perfect for those looking for a leisurely stroll or bike ride.

4. Forest Loop Hiking Trail: As its name suggests, this trail loops around in dense coastal forests within park boundaries providing glimpses into Oregon's rich biodiversity.

5. Beach Access Trails: Several trails provide direct access from campground areas down onto miles-long sandy beachfront where you can enjoy tide pooling during low tides or simply soak up sunsets over ocean waves.

6. Fisherman's Memorial Walkway: It starts near day:use parking area & leads towards Fishermen's memorial statue while passing by playgrounds making it suitable even for families with kids.

7. Campground Walking Paths: These are not official hiking paths per se but they wind throughout campgrounds allowing visitors staying overnight at campsites quick ways to explore different parts of park on foot without needing their vehicles.

Visitor Comments, Memories and Reviews
July 3 Best Campground Ever!!!
park review stars; one to five Such a beautiful and peaceful campground. Fun for the whole family! The yurts and camp sites are just perfect, and we visit this park every year!
June 14 Beautiful campground and beach. by Doug and Vickie
park review stars; one to five This was our first time to stay at Beverly Beach State Park. Very impressed at the cleanliness of park and its beautiful surroundings. Camp hosts were most helpful. We will be back again next year for sure. Thanks.
July 15 Our favorite family getaway by Jonah
park review stars; one to five The sites are so clean .. And the beach is just amazing and is such a quick walk..
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1. Start by heading west on US:20 W from Corvallis or east on US-20 E from Newport.
2. Continue driving for approximately 8 miles until you reach Beverly Beach State Park Road.
3. Turn left onto Beverly Beach State Park Road and follow it for about half a mile.
4. You will arrive at the entrance of Beverly Beach State Park.

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