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Pets allowed
Allowed
Guided tours
No
Backcountry camping
No
Lodging
No
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Brian Booth State Park, formally Ona Beach and Beaver Creek State Natural Area, is a great place to explore the sandy beach as well as the marsh environment on the Central Oregon Coast. The park was renamed in 2013 to honor Brian Booth, the original chairperson of the Oregon State Parks and Recreation Commission.  

The Beaver Creek Welcome Center is open daily and is a great place to start your visit. It’s located a mile east of Highway 101. The friendly volunteers can help answer questions and give suggestions for hiking or kayaking. Recent wildlife sightings are listed along with the tides and weather forecasts.

The park includes beach access, a large day use picnic area, restrooms, a boat launch for non-motorized boats, and 5 miles of hiking trails in the marsh and coastal forest. With so many options and easy access, there’s something for everyone.

Guided kayak tours are available July through September. For more information contact the Beaver Creek Welcome Center at 541.563.6413.

Logistics + Planning

Preferable season(s)

Winter
Spring
Summer
Fall

Congestion

Moderate

Parking Pass

Not Required

Pros

Great bird watching. Kayak tours. Hiking trails.

Cons

Lots of people.

Features

ADA accessible
Historically significant
Flushing toilets
Boat ramp(s)
Potable water
Picnic tables
Surfing
Fishing
Bird watching
Wildlife
Whale watching

Location

Field Guide

Comments

09/29/2016
A fall day at Brian Booth State Park found the beach deserted. Like so many of the Oregon coast beaches, Ona Beach is long and wide with gentle surf and lots of space for dogs to run.
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