Roads End State Recreation Site

  General Advisory 08/16/17
All (08/16/2017 - 08/31/2017)Roads End State Recreation Site General Advisory Effective Wednesday, Aug. 16, all Oregon State Parks and Beaches will restrict open flames and campfires, including fires on all Oregon beaches. Briquettes, tiki-style torches and candles are also prohibited until further notice. Only fuel sources that can be turned off instantly, such as propane stoves and propane fire pits, will be allowed.

Major Features & Activities

  • Blue Indicates that some, but not all, facilities are accessible according to Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) standards
Major Features & Activities:
  • Picnicking
  • Viewpoint
  • Wildlife
  • Restrooms Flush (ADA)
  • Beach Access

A fine place for a romantic stroll with tidepools, islands, and the headland with its hidden cove. Sailboarders come from everywhere! When Lincoln City's beaches are crowded or over-windy, this sheltered spot just north of town is surprisingly quiet. A short path descends to the beach at the pebbly mouth of a lazy little creek. The north beach is topped by a jumble of quaint old cottages and other homes until the beach narrows to Roads End Point. Fragments of lava form ragged islands where comic, long-necked cormorants dry their black wings atop guano-stained roosts. At low tide it's possible to clamber around Roads End Point to a secret cove and beach. Don't linger too long or you'll have to wait hours until the next low tide to get out!

Lincoln City is home to Finders Keepers. From mid-October to Memorial Day hand-crafted glass floats are placed along the 7-1/2 miles (12 km) of public beach in Lincoln City from the Roads End area to Siletz Bay. The number of floats placed reflect the year – so, 2015 floats crafted and placed for the year 2015 and so on. Roads End State Recreation Site is a very popular location to hunt . . . and discover . . . your very own glass float. Remember - you find it, you keep it!

For more information about what's happening in Lincoln City, please visit www.oregoncoast.org.