Beverly Beach State Park


198 NE 123rd St

Newport , OR 97365

Phone: (800) 551-6949

Rating: 4.7

http://oregonstateparks.org/index.cfm?do=parkPage.dsp_parkPage&parkId=164

Beverly Beach State Park near Newport, Oregon

Beverly Beach State Park boasts one of Oregon’s largest creekside campgrounds, situated in a forest between Cape Foulweather and Yaquina Head. Some campsites and the park’s day-use area sit mere footsteps away from miles of ocean beach that extends from Yaquina Head to Otter Rock. The park is central to excellent whale watching viewpoints, tidepools swarming with sea life, the Oregon Coast Aquarium, as well as Newport shops and restaurants.

The campground, a few steps from the ocean, is forest-sheltered and situated along pebbly Spencer Creek. It features wind-sculpted trees surrounding the campsites, a Welcome Center selling firewood and souvenirs near registration, a playground next to the program area, and day-use picnic and meeting areas.


Location in Newport, Oregon:

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Reviews of Beverly Beach

“We love this beach! After taking our family to a bunch of different spots along the coast, we found this one many years ago and it has become our go-to! I plan most beach photo sessions with my clients here because I love it and there’s not usually a million people! The beach is long so you can take long walks and it’s relatively accessible since they made some improvements with the ramp to get down there. There are bathrooms close by and spot to wash sand off. There is a picnic area by the parking lot if you don’t want to eat on the beach because it can get pretty windy. Walking under the bridge is pretty neat too!”
5 Star review
J & Six Photography
“This is my all time favorite place to camp. The beach is so close! The forest is incredible and unlike any other. There’s lots of picnic tables for those that are not camping. The campground has nice bathrooms and showers. There’s a playground too. The beach is so pretty and you can easily walk over to Devil’s Punchbowl or Moolack beach if you wanted. The scenery is phenomenal walking over towards the Punchbowl. On a clear day you can see the Yaquina Head Lighthouse. I love camping here so much, especially in the yurts! It’s right off the Pacific coast highway, you walk under it to get to the beach, but you really can’t hear traffic. It’s an amazing place.”
5 Star review
Stormie
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