©

Best geological formations in Oregon

Plan your next trip here

Oregon geological features

©
Haystack Rock , Cannon Beach
4.8
Rising 72 m (235 ft) above the Pacific shoreline, Haystack Rock serves as one of the Oregon Coast's most iconic monuments. You can reach the
©
4.8
Stand at Face Rock State Scenic Viewpoint to admire the sights of the coast and the facial features on the massive rock protruding from the s
©
Oneonta Gorge , Cascade Locks
4.7
Oneonta Gorge features four major waterfalls dropping over the edges of 25-million-year-old basalt walls covered in lush, endemic woodland an
©
Devil's Churn , Yachats
4.7
Devils Churn is a narrow inlet of the Pacific Ocean in Lincoln County, Oregon, United States, south of Yachats. It is located in the Siuslaw
©
4.8
Upper Table Rock and Lower Table Rock are two prominent volcanic plateaus located just north of the Rogue River in Jackson County, Oregon, U.
See more attractions

Plan your trip to Oregon

  • Get a personalized trip
    A complete day by day itinerary
    based on your preferences
  • Customize it
    Refine your trip. We'll find the
    best routes and schedules
  • Manage it
    Everything in one place.
    Everyone on the same page.

Geologic formation destinations in Oregon

Cannon Beach Trip planner BEST FOR: Geologic Formation, State Park, Beach Bridal Veil Trip planner BEST FOR: Waterfall, Hiking Trail Crater Lake National Park Trip planner BEST FOR: National Park, Scenic Drive, Hiking Trail Astoria Trip planner BEST FOR: Monument, Specialty Museum, National Park Yachats Trip planner BEST FOR: Scenic Drive, Pier / Boardwalk, Geologic Formation