Walks: Cannon Beach

Walks in Cannon Beach, Oregon

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Tolovana Beach State Recreation Site

A trip to Cannon Beach is not complete without a close up view of its most prominent sea stack, Haystack Rock.  Visible in the distance from Ecola State Park and not far from the southern end of downtown Cannon Beach, Tolovana Beach State Recreation Site… 

Downtown Cannon Beach

A sanctuary for birds and other marine wildlife, a pictorial star for visiting humans, Haystack Rock is a required stop for northern Oregon guests. If you are seeking a more quiet refuge, try the comparatively modest Whale Park…. 

Ecola State Park

The drive in to Ecola State Park is an apropos warm-up for the breathtaking views held within.  Sunlight spilled through the trees at intervals on the day we visited, streaming hazy rays onto the fern-strewn forest floor.  Stretched across the north end of busy Cannon… 

Hug Point State Recreation Site

We skipped Hug Point State Recreation Site during our prior trip to northern Oregon.  Lured by images of a romantic setting that entices lovers to embrace, I was not going to miss it a second time!  Before our visit, I learned that the seductive location…