Tokatee Klootchman sits a few feet above the ocean with an excellent view. A great place to watch for whales.
Effective Sep 22, 2023
– Jan 1, 2024
California sea lions infected with Leptospirosis are appearing on Oregon beaches. The contagious bacterial infection, and many others, are transmittable to humans, dogs, and horses. Beachgoers are urged to leash their dogs and keep dogs and horses at least 150 feet away from live or dead sea lions. It is a violation of federal and state laws to harass, disturb, touch or feed marine mammals. Report violations to Oregon State Police at 800-452-7888. For more information, go to https://www.dfw.state.or.us/news/2023/09_Sep/092223.asp.
Open for day use
Call for info: 800-551-6949 Call park: 541-547-3416
Amenities & Features
Two parcels of land purchased from private landowners between 1971 and 1975 to protect the ocean shoreline.
Each of our state parks is an individual place where people play,
picnic, camp, explore, hike, rest, and renew. They are an everyday
reminder of the things that make Oregon great. We recognize that
Oregon's resilience and beauty are strengthened by its diverse
communities. Our commitment is to serve everyone by striving to
provide safe and equitable access to state parks and agency