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Seal Rock provides beach access and opportunities for beachcombing, hiking, fishing, viewing interpretive information, viewing marine wildlife and viewing beautiful coastal scenery. The area offers excellent photographic opportunities.

The wayside includes interesting tidepools as well as excellent ocean views and a sandy beach. Developed for day-use, the picnic area is in a pleasant stand of shore pine, spruce and salal.

Vital stats: There is no fee to use this park.

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  1. Maple Bars, Sea Stars and Harbor Seals

    written by Andrea Scharf on April 18th, 2013

    I met my friend Melissa Steinman in the small village of Seal Rock, just 10.5 miles south of Newport. Seal Rock is an undiscovered gem where you’ll find artists at work, tasty treats and, on the rocks themselves, some incredible nature watching.…

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