Located just north of Moolack Beach, where Spencer Creek flows under Highway 101, the campground at Beverly Beach State Park has access to nearly 5 miles of open, sandy beaches. The full-service campground is tucked away in a forest of Sitka spruce, wax myrtle, and salal bushes, and includes 53 full hook-up (sewer, electrical, and water) sites, 75 hook-up (electrical and water) sites, 128 tent sites, 21 yurts, and three group tent sites.
For beachcombers and tide pool lovers, the campground’s location between Yaquina Head and Otter Rock and Devil’s Punch Bowl State Natural Area couldn’t be better. Both sites have access to viewing some of Oregon’s most dramatic and well-preserved marine life habitats, as well as being some of the best spots for watching gray whales as they migrate up and down the Pacific coast.
Note: Prices quoted are for summer rates (May 1 through September 30). Rates decrease slightly during the winter months.
Beverly Beach is part of the Otter Rock Marine Reserve. This means that there are specific prohibitions against fishing and the harvesting of fish, invertebrates, and seaweed. Check here for specific clarifications on regulations, exemptions, and a detailed representation of the area's boundaries.