Surf, Sand And Sun – 16 Pictures Of Oregon Beaches That Will Make You Want To Get Wet This Summer

Sunset over the needles near Cannon Beach. Photo by Leigh Anderson via Flickr CC2.

With many Oregon beaches opening back up, people are planning summer trips to the beautiful Oregon coast. Here are photos of some of Oregon’s most scenic beaches and spots to dip your toes into the sand.

1. Short Sand Beach

 

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2. Bob Straub State Park

 

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3. Gleneden Beach State Recreation Site

 

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4. Sunset Bay State Park

 

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5. Cape Lookout State Park

 

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6. Pacific City

 

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7. Hug Point

 

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8 & 9. Harris Beach State Park

 

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10. Bandon

 

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11. Face Rock State Scenic Viewpoint

 

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12. Bastendorff Beach County Park

 

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13. Battle Rock Beach

 

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14. Humbug Mountain State Park

 

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15. Indian Beach At Ecola State Park

 

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16. Cannon Beach (featured at top)

Please note: Always check to be sure the destination you want to travel to is open. Public health crises, natural disasters, and other conditions may close locations temporarily.

Which of these Oregon beach spots have you been to?  Which is your favorite?  Let us know in a comment and tag the friends you want to take on an Oregon coast adventure!

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