Ecola State Park
Ecola State Park is a state park located approximately 3 miles north of Cannon Beach in Clatsop County in the U.S. state of Oregon on the Oregon Coast. It is administered by the Oregon Parks and Recreation Department. The park encompasses 9 miles (14 km) of coastline between Cannon Beach and Seaside and includes Tillamook Head. In 1806, William Clark and other members of the Corps of Discovery traveled through the area in search of a beached whale and saw burial canoes of the Tillamook; the park is included as part of Lewis and Clark National Historical Park, though separate entrance fees are charged. Archaeological sites within the park dating to as early as 1100 CE have revealed much about the Tillamook. Included within the park are 8 miles (13 km) of the Oregon Coast Trail. Scenes from several movies have been filmed at Indian Beach and other park locations.
|Indian Beach (0.3 miles)|
Crescent Beach (1 miles)
Tillamook Rock Lighthouse (2.3 miles)
Cannon Beach (2.5 miles)
Haystack Rock (3 miles)
|Oswald West State Park (10.9 miles)|
Short Sand Beach (11.4 miles)
Beach at Nehalem Bay (17.7 miles)
Cape Meares Lighthouse (30.5 miles)
Cape Kiwanda (48.9 miles)
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Ecola State Park, Cannon Beach, Oregon 97110
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