Brian Booth State Park is a coastal recreational area located near Seal Rock, Lincoln County, Oregon United States, administered by the Oregon Parks and Recreation Department.. It consists of two major portions: Ona Beach State Park and Beaver Creek State Natural Area, which were merged in 2013. The park has beach access, kayaking, and hiking trails. The park is 886.32 acres and has an annual attendance of 247,772 people. Ona is known as a Chinook Jargon word for razor clam.Work out when and for how long to visit Brian Booth State Park and other Seal Rock attractions using our handy Seal Rock trip maker tool.
Ona Beach State Park is a state park, which straddles Beaver Creek. It approximately halfway between Newport and Waldport, Oregon, which is 9 miles (14 km) south of the former.
Beaver Creek State Natural Area opened to the public on October 1, 2010.
The state park is also the western terminus of the Corvallis to the Sea Trail, which has its official opening August 21, 2021.
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Brian Booth State Park has two major portions: Beach Creek Natural Area and Ona Beach State Park. We decided to go to the Ona Beach State Park. At first we were walking amidst the trees. There was a.... more
Brian Booth State Park has two major portions: Beach Creek Natural Area and Ona Beach State Park. We decided to go to the Ona Beach State Park. At first we were walking amidst the trees. There was a.... more »
Yes, the sign is just north of Ona along Hwy 101 and there is a beach pull out.. However, what the general public doesn't seem to know is there's a whole lot more to Brian Booth Park. If you drive up.... more
Yes, the sign is just north of Ona along Hwy 101 and there is a beach pull out.. However, what the general public doesn't seem to know is there's a whole lot more to Brian Booth Park. If you drive up.... more »
Beaver Creek at Brian Booth State Park is a wonderful place to kayak! Easy access with paved boat launch, parking lot and restroom nearby. For boat launch turn east at park entrance at 101 Hwy. Depending on weather conditions, the paddle can be smooth and easy or rough and a bit more challenging. Note the wind and tide flow conditions before you go. Great wildlife to see, and you can paddle upstream until you reach the farm fields that get narrow and eventually run into private fenced water and land. If you paddle west, you will be delighted to find the magic place where the creek flows into the ocean! A beautiful experience for any age!
❤️🧡💛💚💙💜🤎🖤🤍🖤🤎💜💙💚💛🧡❤️ Has no one seen the bald eagle family?🦅 They perch on the trees, up on the hill & keep a watchful eye on this beautiful stretch of beach! If you wait long enough, you can watch them fly off towards the east and their nest. Truly majestic!!
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