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Cape Lookout State Park, Tillamook

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Cape Lookout State Park is a state park on Cape Lookout in the U.S. state of Oregon. It is located in Tillamook County, south of the city of Tillamook, on a sand spit between Netarts Bay and the Pacific Ocean.
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  • We set out to drive the Three Capes Scenic Loop. We made it to Cape Mears and here, Cape Lookout. If you want to walk on the beach and maybe dip your toes in the water, this is the place. If you... 
    We set out to drive the Three Capes Scenic Loop. We made it to Cape Mears and here, Cape Lookout. If you want to walk on the beach and maybe dip your toes in the water, this is the place. If you...  more »
  • We have hiked this nice,3.5-mile R/T hike out to the end of the cape, in both sloppy rain and dry, warm days. It's a lot of funny in either case, and the view is to die for! 
    We have hiked this nice,3.5-mile R/T hike out to the end of the cape, in both sloppy rain and dry, warm days. It's a lot of funny in either case, and the view is to die for!  more »
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  • Fabulous getaway. Tallest trees. Amazing ocean front view. Quiet. Perfect! We are here again and tomorrow is April. A little warmer this time! No wind so our morning walk on beach will be fabulous! Very quiet outside today. Photos to follow later today!
  • I’ve been here twice and it’s a nice place to camp. There’s a good stretch of beach and the sites are close enough to hear the waves at night. There are a LOT of sites here and the bathrooms and the landscaping is a little run down. The sites are small and close together but mostly separated by brush and trees. They do have showers and flush toilets which is nice. Lots of families and kids and dogs. The yurts look good too.

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