Mile 256

Kiwanda Beach, Daley Lake, Camp Winema
Tillamook County

Latitude: 45.142335228870
Longitude: -123.976040628620
Vehicles:
  • Motor vehicle travel is prohibited from Porter Point (45° 09.5142', Mile 257), southerly to the Tillamook County/Lincoln County line (45° 02.6706', Mile 247).
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Kiwanda Beach, Daley Lake, Camp Winema
Mile 256 Reports (24)

2018

October 28, 2018 - jeanrcameron
July 8, 2018 - Katharine Harding

Though overcast many people were enjoying their beach time including a lady from TX.  I will keep an eye on the wooden pallet covered with barnacles and mussels—it's too heavy for me to lug off the beach alone.read more

April 18, 2018 - jeanrcameron

There is very little change to the sand or dunes along mile 256. The most remarkable observation was of the number of Velella Velellas and their large size. read more

April 18, 2018 - gordonleslie

Nice day at the ocean, people seem to be enjoying themselves.read more

2017

November 27, 2017 - jeanrcameron
October 3, 2017 - Katharine Harding

2014

July 14, 2014 - jeanrcameron
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March 21, 2014 - jeanrcameron
Less beachgrass in the driftline than last time (December 2013)read more

2013

December 14, 2013 - jeanrcameron
Tire tracks in sand. No vehicles at the time I was there.read more
October 9, 2013 - jeanrcameron
About 20 feet of shoreline retreat due to erosion visible at Camp Winema. Picked up plastic debris and other trash.read more
May 1, 2013 - jeanrcameron
Large piece of Styrofoam. Reported to OPRD thru 211 -- not clear whether it's tsunami debris.read more

2012

October 21, 2012 - Lady S
Water was very rough. High waves. Brown pelicans flying and dipping into water. A few seagulls seen.read more
July 22, 2012 - pattyshurts
A cloudy Sunday evening, most people had left the beach. One man jogging with his dog. One woman climbing back up to Camp Winema. This is the first time I've walked this mile for CoastWatch, and I have not visited this beach for over a year. The beach appeared open,...read more

2011

June 7, 2011 - Lady S
Beautiful sunny day for walking the beach.read more

2010

October 7, 2010 - Lady S
Nothing unusual. Beautiful day to walk the beach.read more

2009

September 10, 2009 - Katharine Harding
Daley Lake has no outlet to the ocean right now-it is completely dry.I picked up only 3 bits of trash-the beach was exceptionally clean.Perfect gorgeous September day that makes me so grateful to live here and to be familiar with this beach mile!read more
August 30, 2009 - Lady S
A lovely day for walking even though it was quite windy and a little cool. Large group from Camp Winema on beach. Lot of children running around.read more
January 10, 2009 - Lady S
Enormous amount of log limbs and sticks. Indications a lot of it had been washed down via streams or just off the hillsides then all along the beach.read more

2008

December 19, 2008 - Katharine Harding
The outlet from Daley Lake is flowing closer to the foredune. This is of concern ever since the hearing about the dune erosion and Camp Wi-Ne-Ma's responsibility 10 years ago. My dog and I were the only evidence of beach visitors as it was a cold, wintry day to be...read more
March 2, 2008 - Lady S
Sand washed out to sea. Lots of wood drift inshore.read more

2007

December 4, 2007 - [email protected]
No harbor seals observed on Straub Spit. Considerable sand has been eroded by recent storms.read more
October 5, 2007 - Lady S
Beautiful day for strolling beach. Lovely sunset. Tangled piles of kelp as well as individual pieces all up and down the beach. More than I have seen there before. I had out of state guests who had not seen the ocean before. Very enjoyable day.read more
August 19, 2007 - Lady S
Just the old dock that washed up on the beach. It's not an attractive addition to the beach. It would take a big truck and some strong men to load it onto same.read more
June 13, 2007 - Lady S
An unusual amount of driftwood, logs and poles of different sizes. The old "dock" is very large (appr) 12X30 ft.and is readily seen when you walk on to the site. Appears to have floated in, not something someone brought there. No plastic, bottles or cans. Walking toward the water, the...read more