Seastacks and tide pools, verdant green foliage and sand dunes – that’s the Oregon Coast. There are many beautiful beaches along Oregon’s 363 miles of shoreline, each of which offers a little something special. And that brings us to this secret black sand beach in Oregon, the most special treasure of them all. Located within the Samuel H. Boardman State Scenic Corridor, this secluded, secret beach in Oregon is absolutely breathtaking and sure to become your new favorite swimming spot!

Did you know about this beautiful secret beach in Oregon? Have you visited this secluded spot before? Learn more about this secret little Oregon oasis, including directions on how to hike there on the Secret Beach Trail page on AllTrails+ – where you can download maps and find other awesome hikes in the area.

For another beautiful Oregon beach with its own waterfall, you’ll definitely want to visit Hug Point Falls.

If you’re still in the mood for more Beaver State adventures, take a look at this video about beautiful Cannon Beach and Haystack Rock:

 

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Where can we find small towns in Oregon?

  • Newport is a popular tourist beach town and home to some of the best seafood restaurants on the Oregon Coast.
  • Jacksonville is regarded as one of the coolest small towns in the state and is quintessential American small-town community.
  • Yachats is known for its stunning architecture and delicious seafood shacks.

Read on to learn more about some of the many other charming small towns in Oregon.

Where can we enjoy scenic views in Oregon?

  • The Crown Point Vista House in Corbett provides spectacular views of the Columbia River Gorge.
  • Sherrard Point, also in Corbett, offers vistas of the magnificent peaks of Mt. Hood, Mt. Saint Helen, Mt. Jefferson, Mt .Ranier, and Mt. Adams from a beautiful observation platform.
  • The Cascade Head in Tillamook County offers dramatic views of the ocean, cliffs, and beaches below and in the distance.

Read on to learn more about some of the many other picturesque places to enjoy scenic views in Oregon.

Where can we find state parks in Oregon?

  • Wallowa Lake State Park in Joseph is a popular spot for camping, hiking, swimming, fishing, and boating.
  • Cascadia State Park in Cascadia features waterfalls, hiking trails, campsites, and a beautiful river.
  • Fort Stevens State Park in Hammond is home to a shipwreck and an abandoned military fort.

Read on to learn more about some of the many other fantastic state parks in Oregon.

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