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Beverly Beach State Park offers visitors camping with RV hookups, hiking, picnicking, fishing, a nature center with interpretive programs, a playground, meeting halls, beach access and beach activities.

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 children’s playground is located next to the program

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.

Vital stats: The campground provides 53 full hookup sites, 76 electrical sites, and 129 tent sites (maximum site 65 feet)The park also provides 21 yurts for overnight stays.(cable TV hookups in A-loop yurts and selected campsites). There are five group tent areas, a meeting hall and a hiker/biker camp. For information only, call (541) 265-9278 or (800) 452-5687. To make reservations, call 1-800-452-5687.

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