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Peter Iredale, Warrenton

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  • Was a little disappointed after all the hype online, but was well worth the stop, extremely easy to get to. Parking available right there and you literally walk right over a sand dune and it is sittin...  more »
  • How awesome to touch a piece of history. You can still see some of the wood attached to the steel hull. During low tide you can actually climb on this historic wreck. Plus, there are sand dollars on t...  more »
  • We stopped for a short and sweet look - it was so cold and rainy! Pretty amazing shipwreck (what's left of it)  more »
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  • Very cool to stop by. Very beautiful. Its annoying when people play all over it and sit there for forever when you're trying to get a picture but its worth the wait.
  • Gorgeous, even on a blustery and overcast summer morning! The shipwreck is crusted with barnacles on what's left of the bottom 1/3 of the ship, and in one shady spot on an inside ledge I watched the live creatures undulate in the tiny pool of water left from high tide. Stretching parallel to the waterline along the shore are frigid little tide pools, about 2 feet deep in the middle I'd guess. They may look ordinary and inconvenient at first, but look closer and you'll see vibrant purple snails tunneling along the sandy surface below and along the edges, trying to avoid becoming a seagull's breakfast. Fragments of sand dollars and poor, unfortunate, tide-stranded dried-up jellies litter the shores; but look closer and you'll find sand-polished tokens of steel, ripped from the once-mighty ship by the ocean's violent tide, just to tumble gently back in on the waves as smooth souvenirs for the observant shell-searcher. Still smoldering from what appears to have been a decent-sized bonfire the night before, you may see the piles of burned trash and fire remnants. But just a few feet away, where the sea grasses begin to grow on the dunes, you will find smooth, artfully-sanded and sea grass-scrubbed particles of driftwood in varying shapes, shades, and degrees of burnt... Look, and you will find beauty and life in this literal shipwreck... Oh, and the bathrooms were clean, stocked with papers (toilet AND towels!), and had handsoap in the dispenser. Only lacking a shower to rinse off the silty sand, but otherwise a very nice beach! Probably even more amazing when it's sunny and warm out!
  • A great place for historical photos and lots of trails to enjoy.
  • Lots of people. Hard to get a good shot of your friends/family without someone trying to get in to the shot as well. Neat structure though. Very cool to see on the Oregon coast.
  • Beautiful site of what is left of the wreck. During the summer months, not much of it shows, but it's still a great place to visit with the family.