Report Details

The south end of Mile 280 is easily accessed from Happy Camp parking lot. There were always lots of small boulders to carefully walk over in front of this parking lot,It was low tide. Sea weed formed a line at the high tide edge. 12 boats were near the mouth of Netarts Bay. The once perpendicular cement column is lying at a 45 degree angle. The dunes in front of the Capes are increasing in size. The beach is quite clean. There were six walkers and several dogs.

Human Activities

Number of people: 6. Number of dogs: 3. Walking or running: 6.

Share this post

All Mile 280 Reports

Showing 8 of 13 reports

Mile 280

North of Happy Camp, south of Oceanside

January 21, 2021

angelaarena

Mile 280

North of Happy Camp, south of Oceanside

December 19, 2020

Since it was a Saturday, the beach was relatively busy.

CharmerDale

Mile 280

North of Happy Camp, south of Oceanside

August 2, 2020

angelaarena

decorative elemnt for a coastwatch report.

Mile 280

North of Happy Camp, south of Oceanside

February 2, 2020

There was quite a lot of erosion of the cliffs and sand dunes near THE CAPES gated community.

CharmerDale

Mile 280

North of Happy Camp, south of Oceanside

January 20, 2020

angelaarena

Mile 280

North of Happy Camp, south of Oceanside

October 24, 2019

Clear and warm.

angelaarena

Mile 280

North of Happy Camp, south of Oceanside

July 2, 2018

8 people on the beach.

angelaarena

Mile 280

North of Happy Camp, south of Oceanside

November 29, 2014

We found this mola on the beach north of Happy Camp Saturday November 29.

Volunteer Trainer