Arizona Beach State Recreation Site

  General Advisory 07/25/18
Camp fires and briquettes in approved fire rings/bbq's and propane fire pits are allowed in coastal state park campgrounds adjacent to the ocean shore. No fires are allowed in any state park day use area fire pits or bbq grills, and recreational fires are prohibited on all Oregon beaches.

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
  • Vault Toilets (ADA)
  • Restrooms Flush
  • Beach Access
  • Fishing
  • Open Year Round

Arizona Beach is a two-third mile stretch of sand bookended by two rocky headlands. The headlands shelter the beach from prevailing winds, creating temperatures warm enough to give the site its name.

Mussel and Myrtle creeks flow through the park east of U.S. 101. The wetlands attract elk and a variety of waterfowl.

The Arizona Pond at Arizona Beach is available for youth fishing only. That means kids up to 17 years old. We have an agreement with ODF&W that states that as long as we stay within those guidelines they will stock it with catchable rainbow trout. All ODF&W regulations apply to the pond, juvenile licenses are required for kids 14 thru 17.  The pond and surrounding area is also used for school groups and OPRD programs on fishing and environmental education.

Arizona Beach Group Camp info

  • Maximum 10 RVs under 30 feet in length OR maximum 20 vehicles for tent camping
  • No  RV hookups
  • Picnic tables
  • Water available 250 feet from site
  • Large group fire pit (campers must have a full, five-gallon bucket of a water available during use)
  • Vault toilets available 250 yeards from site
  • Showers available at Humbug Mountain campground six miles north. $2 per person.