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Bob Straub State Park, Pacific City
(4.6/5 based on 35+ reviews on the web)
Bob Straub State Park is a 484acres state park in Pacific City, Tillamook County, Oregon, United States. It is named for former Oregon Governor Robert W. Straub. The park encompasses the Nestucca Sand Spit and is bordered by the Pacific Ocean to the west and Nestucca River to the east.ServicesPicnicingMarine mammal watchingWildlife watchingFishingDunesBeach accessHorseback Riding
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  • This park is about a mile south of the Inn at Cape Kiwanda where we stayed. So stopped here to take a look the morning we left. There were some nice big sand dunes, kind of deserted so if you want a q...  more »
  • The swampy/river area was just a forest walk (and boggy to boot). Loved the beach. Minimal people and excellent surf. Minimal trash. 
  • A memorable beach walk. The breakers were crashing, the sun shining against a dark background, and in the bay a huge single rock just like the Bass Rock, Edinburgh or Alisa Craig (Paddy's Milestone) 
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  • This is a nice little out of the way boat doc. There's a huge parking lot, a trail to get your horses onto. There are bathrooms with flushing toilets, and a poke' gym! :D
  • Small parking lot, expansive park... Pretty awesome in general.
  • Strongly advised not to barefoot walk on the dune trails due to thorns in the sand.
  • Beautiful park and beach. A little difficult to get to the beach if you're not used to the sand.
  • Good beach access but small picnic area and grass is full of prickers.