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Haystack Rock is a unique 235 feet monolith that attracts wildlife and tourists alike and is part of the Oregon Coast’s geological history, formed millions of year ago by lava flows that created many of the dramatic capes and headlands along the...more
At low tide, walk out to this rock and marvel in it's majesty and beauty. You may run into a group of people whose mission is to protect and educate the public about the eco system of this rock.
My husband and I stayed at...More
The 235-foot sea stack is the tallest in the region. At low tide one can walk right up to the rock and feel dwarfed by the huge rock. The beach is packed sand and very conducive to long walks. Our inn was a block away...More
A walk around Haystack Rock at low tide was one of the highlights of our Oregon trip. The water that remains in the pools when the sea is out allows to wath some species that usually exist below the water surface. Very interesting!
Beautiful! My sister and I took my mother who is 94 and wanted to see Haystack Rock again. The last time she had been there was with my father who has been deceased for 10 years. We had a nice lunch in a restaurant overlooking...More
Although the weather reports said showery, it was just beautiful!!! The fall is outstanding in Cannon Beach at this time of year. We missed the summer beach crowd so it was easy going, relaxed and stunning.