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Parki i przyroda w: Newport

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Lighthouse
“Beautiful place to visit. Oregon's tallest lighthouse. This area extends one mile out into the pacific ocean on a basalt headland. Gorgeous scenery, Incredible views, visitor center, tide pools, nesting seabirds, peregrine falcons. And "cobble beach" is here and made up of millions of round basalt rocks that produce an applause like sound when the waves roll in. Ranger's on hand most times to answer questions. ”
  • Poleca 15 lokalnych gospodarzy
Park
“Nineteenth-century lighthouse is one of a few on the Pacific coast that was built with the light-keeper's quarters in the same building.”
  • Poleca 4 lokalnych gospodarzy
Park
“It’s a brand new park with a giant shipwreck slide: it’s pretty impressive!”
  • Poleca 3 lokalnych gospodarzy
Park
“The beach here is connected to the campground, generally less crowded than Nye Beach closer to town. While you're across the bridge, swing by Rogue Brewing.”
  • Poleca 2 lokalnych gospodarzy
Beach
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Park
“Nice beach approach with a wonderful view of the ocean for whale watching (even an enclosed viewing space)!”
  • Poleca 2 lokalnych gospodarzy
Park
“Lots of walking trails (huckleberries are prime and prolific right now), beach access. ”
  • Poleca 2 lokalnych gospodarzy
Lighthouse
“Not to be missed. Low tide offers abundant tide pool ops for adventurers and also a (rare) handicap access area, with the lighthouse, trails, and beaches to explore. ”
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Plaże

Beach
  • Poleca 2 lokalnych gospodarzy
Beach
“Nyebeach.org Visit above website for information on the historic community of Nye Beach. This website has a great list of shopping,dining, galleries and information on two cubic beach access points (Don Davis park and the Nye Beach Turnaround.) Nye Beach was established by John Nye (see picture in living room) on his 160 acre land claim when Newport was first opened for settlement in 1866. ”
  • Poleca 1 lokalny gospodarz
Beach
“This is some kind of ecological desination type place. There's a fee by carload to get in but so worth it. The "beach" consists of perfectly formed round black balls that were lava bubbles from millions of years ago. Don't take any of the lava balls! It's literally a federal offense. There's park rangers watching. This is the most bizarre "beach" you'll ever visit. Can be difficult to walk on though and tons of stairs going down to beach. Also there are unbelievable tidepools with colorful starfish, sea urchins and anemones. Bring rubber boots! More accessible is the lighthouse with a spectacular view of the ocean. You might even see spouting migrating whales! About a 3 hour drive.”
  • Poleca 1 lokalny gospodarz
State / Provincial Park
“Miles and miles of easily accessible beach with gorgeous scenery, a creek, and...agate hunting! Nice place to build sand castles, picnic and has restrooms.”
  • Poleca 1 lokalny gospodarz
Beach
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Lighthouse
“Spectacular beach, landscape, and interpretive center with easy hiking trails and great sunsets ”
  • Poleca 1 lokalny gospodarz