Report Details

The beach was relatively clean with no problems.

Conditions

Temperature: 60 F. Cloud Cover: Cloudy. Wind Velocity: Calm/Light. Wind Direction: N.

Human Activities

Number of people: 40. Number of dogs: 4. Walking or running: 20. Other Activities: 20. Lots of people who have rented beach bikes on the mile.

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Mile 311

Jockey Cap, Silver Pt, S Cannon Beach, Tolovana Beach

June 29, 2024

It was a busy pre-holiday weekend at the beach.

Deborah Jensen

Mile 311

Jockey Cap, Silver Pt, S Cannon Beach, Tolovana Beach

April 13, 2024

A mild morning walk on mile 311 during an outgoing tide revealed 5 species of nudibranch, 3 species of anemone, and an impressive flock of 150 surfbirds that landed in the rocky outcroppings between Jockey Cap and Silver Point.

sultanym

Mile 311

Jockey Cap, Silver Pt, S Cannon Beach, Tolovana Beach

September 9, 2022

What a beautiful morning at mile 311!

browneyed

Mile 311

Jockey Cap, Silver Pt, S Cannon Beach, Tolovana Beach

August 14, 2022

Today, we observed a total of 896 Ochre sea stars (Pisaster ochraceus) at the northern rocky outcroppings exposed by the low tides at Silver Point.

sultanym

Mile 311

Jockey Cap, Silver Pt, S Cannon Beach, Tolovana Beach

July 31, 2022

Today, we observed a total of 1388 Ochre sea stars (Pisaster ochraceus) at the northern rocky outcroppings exposed by the low tides at Silver Point.

sultanym

Mile 311

Jockey Cap, Silver Pt, S Cannon Beach, Tolovana Beach

July 17, 2022

Today, we observed a whopping total of 1,059 Ochre sea stars (Pisaster ochraceus) at the northern rocky outcroppings exposed by the low tides at Silver Point.

sultanym

Mile 311

Jockey Cap, Silver Pt, S Cannon Beach, Tolovana Beach

June 18, 2022

Today, we observed 464 Ochre sea stars (Pisaster ochraceus) at the northern rocky outcroppings exposed by the low tides at Silver Point.

sultanym

Mile 311

Jockey Cap, Silver Pt, S Cannon Beach, Tolovana Beach

June 4, 2022

A morning walk on mile 311 from Tolovanna Wayside to Silver Point/Jockey Cap revealed a high relative abundance of ochre sea stars (Pisaster ochraceus) in rocky tidepools during the outgoing tide.

sultanym