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Del Rey Beach State Recreation Site

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Del Rey Beach State Recreation Site

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gorgegrl wrote a review Aug 2020
Troutdale, Oregon23 contributions2 helpful votes
We liked this beach, except for the fact the North end had vehicles parked on the beach. We stayed more to the south and never walked that far. Only once did a vehicle drive down to where we were.
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Date of experience: August 2020
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Sandy B wrote a review Aug 2020
Stanwood, Washington40 contributions4 helpful votes
Easy beach access. Beautiful view of the ocean. Fun flying kites and playing Frisbee. Lots of sand for building sand castles. Got great sunset pictures!
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Date of experience: August 2020
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Dream467933 wrote a review Jan 2020
Vancouver, Washington19 contributions2 helpful votes
Most beaches on the west coast are not accessible to cars, but this one is! Its so big there is space for everyone with room to spare. Bring a kite, kids and dogs... FUN!
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Date of experience: July 2019
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Explorer238 wrote a review May 2019
Los Angeles, California147 contributions72 helpful votes
Have you ever wanted to go to the beach but were wondering how all the "beach stuff" was going to get from the car, through all that loose sand where its hard to walk, to the beach? Then back again? This is not a problem at Del Rey, simply drive. Once out on the beach you can turn north (recommended) and drive for miles looking for the right spot to set up and have your beach fun. Once done for the day, the packing the car is just as simple, with more time spent enjoying the beach instead of getting from the parking lot to the beach. You can enter the beach at Gearhart, Sunset Beach, or Fort Stevens State Park. Thats almost 20 miles of beach to select your spot or simply drive. Want to look for shells but its too windy outside? No problem - just drive and scan for shells from the comfort of your own car.
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Date of experience: May 2019
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Robby G C wrote a review May 2019
Toronto, Canada74,000 contributions1,741 helpful votes
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I liked that beach. It has lots of dunes and the beach was huge! It is perfect for hiking! I saw some beautiful flowers. I saw a mountain nearby. Something unique, many cars drive on the beach. The ocean was not wild. What a great hike we had!
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Date of experience: August 2018
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