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Beverly Beach State Park

  COVID-19 Alert 06/09/20
Park is partially open for day-use and camping, with reduced services. See below for details. 

Major Features & Activities:
  • Camping (ADA)
  • Reservable
  • Hiking Trails
  • Dump Station
  • Picnicking
  • Restrooms Flush (ADA)
  • Exhibit Information (ADA)
  • Beach Access
  • Open Year Round
  • Wildlife


The campground is open and accepting reservations up to 30 days in advance (beginning July 1). Book your stay at oregonstateparks.reserveamerica.comCampers must have reservation. No first-come, first-served camping. 
  • 53 full-hook up sites (27 with cable TV)
  • 76 electrical sites with water (32 pull-through)
  • 128 tent sites with water nearby
  • RV Dump station
  • Only 1 extra vehicle per campsite
  • Universal Access: Three campsites and six yurts are accessible to campers with disabilities.

Reduced services:

  • Flush toilets NO SHOWERS
  • Yurts are CLOSED through at least Sept. 30
  • Three seasonal group tent camping areas CLOSED through at least September 7
  • Hiker/biker camp CLOSED through at least September 7
  • NO Firewood for sale
  • Yurt meeting hall CLOSED through at least September 7
  • Reservable picnic shelters CLOSED through at least September 7
  • Playground CLOSED
  • Welcome Center CLOSED
  • Limited registration booth hours
  • JR Ranger/Interpretation programs CANCELLED

The information below pertains to pre-COVID-19 operations.


Beverly Beach is popular for a reason! Like magic, a well-known walkway goes under the highway and emerges to the long expanse of sandy beach extending from Yaquina Head (you can see the lighthouse from here) to the headlands of Otter Rock. When the weather cooperates, kites color the air and whip in the wind. Bring a bucket and build a sand castle! Surfers often head to the north beach, while folks looking for fossils head south.

A few steps from the ocean you'll find the forest-sheltered campground. Giant, wind-sculpted trees and nurse logs surround the campsites strung along pebbly Spencer Creek. There is a Visitors Information Center located near the registration booth where you can also purchase firewood and a few souvenirs. The children's playground is located next to the program area. The day use picnic area is a grassy spot protected from summer winds. The day use also contains a yurt group meeting hall. It's hard to believe all this is a few minutes drive from the Oregon Coast Aquarium, Yaquina Head and other prime attractions.