Fogarty Creek State Recreation Area

Near Lincoln City, Oregon, United States

Where the creek and ocean meet, you'll find a grassy day-use area and access to a cliff-rimmed beach. Discover this park's perfect wind-sheltered picnic areas. In case of rain, head for the covered picnic shelter. Walk the wooden footbridges arching through the Sitka spruce, western hemlock, shore pine and alder forest. At the beach, a lazy creek flows into the sea, cutting through an enchanting scenic ocean cove. This park has great birdwatching and tidepools to explore.

Effective May 15, 2020
North Fogarty day-use area is open with reduced services. Please pack out trash. 
mdi-white-balance-sunny Open for day use Year Round mdi-cellphone Call for info: 800-551-6949
Call park: 541-265-4560
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History

Acquired from various private owners by purchase and gift between 1954 and 1978. The park and stream are named for John Fogarty, a past judge of Lincoln County. A native of Ireland, John Fogarty came to Oregon about 1875 and settled in the Yaquina Bay area in 1884. He served as city councilman, county commissioner and judge.

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