|Day Use:||Year Round|
|Park:||For questions about the Welcome Center at Crissey Field, contact Travel Oregon at 503-967-1563; Welcome Center direct line: 541-469-4117; Parks business line: 541-469-0224.|
Opened December 2008, the land was acquired through an exchange with a private timber firm in 1993, but was undeveloped until Lottery-based funds for a new welcome center were allocated. The site is the first southern beach access site in Oregon, less than a mile from the Oregon-California border. The site is named for W.L. (Bill) Crissey, who grew lily bulbs on the land before World War II. In 1950, the State-Line Airstrip was constructed, only to be abandoned in the 1960s due to disuse.
Annual day-use attendance: 234,012