Myers Creek Beach

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Myers Creek Beach


  • An expanse of dunes and grass lie on the edge of Myers Creek Beach.- Myers Creek Beach
  • Dunes covered in grasses are lit by evening light.- Myers Creek Beach
  • A person walks their dog along Myers Creek Beach before the sun sets.- Myers Creek Beach
  • Sunset creates magical textures on the dunes.- Myers Creek Beach
  • Morning views along the beach.- Myers Creek Beach
  • Early morning reflections in the remaining pools on Myers Creek Beach.- Myers Creek Beach
  • Large pools remain after the night's high tide.- Myers Creek Beach
  • First light beams over nearby trees onto the beach.- Myers Creek Beach
  • Looking north at one expanse of dunes.- Myers Creek Beach
  • Looking south at the dunes and the rest of the beach.- Myers Creek Beach
  • High winds blow sand over the remains of a crab.- Myers Creek Beach
Overview + Weather
Large haystack rocks. Tide pools. Very short walk from the parking lot.
Can be very windy.
Southern Oregon Coast + Rogue River, OR
Day-Use/Parking Pass Required:
Not Required
Open, sandy beach
Tide pools: 
Wildlife: Seabirds

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Myers Creek Beach lies on Oregon's southern coast where the small Myers Creek meets the Pacific Ocean. This ocean beach is seemingly a forgotten gem as it lies well away from large metropolitan cities. Nearly 2 miles of soft silky sand stretch along the Oregon coast creating this beach dotted by large haystack rocks. During low tide large pools are left near the bases of the rocks, creating nearly perfect reflections of the surroundings. Occasionally high wind conditions create temporary sand dunes that are later washed away during high tides. Though the high winds can be obnoxious for beach goers, many wind surfers come to tackle the waves.

This beach is part of the Pistol River State Scenic Viewpoint because it lies just a couple miles north of the Pistol River mouth. Pistol River winds 21 miles through the southern Coast Range, encompassing a watershed approximately 105 square miles in size. Nearly 57% of this area is managed by the Forest Service for forestry purposes.

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