- Motor vehicle travel is allowed at any time from the mouth of Sand Lake (45° 16.6920', Mile 266) southerly to the base of the headland north of Cape Kiwanda (45° 13.3248', Mile 262), except as follows: From the mouth of Sand Lake (45° 16.6920', Mile 266), southerly to the approximate north boundary of Cape Kiwanda State Park property (45° 14.7900', Mile 263), motor vehicle travel is prohibited May 1 through September 30 and from sunrise to sunset on legal holidays (as defined in ORS Chapter 187) and on Saturdays and Sundays between October 1 and April 30.
There was a tsunami advisory for aprox. 8:40 in the morning. I didn't witness the waves, but it seems that it came up almost to the dunes and included a large amount of micro and larger plastic along with many pyrosomes, sea pickles. Photos attached.read more
Unseasonably warm for late October. Clean beach with very few people. read more
Dune removal. See photos. Also, the Facebook drilling was active with a large loud machine working. read more
More cars parked at the end of Pollock Ave. than ever before and more people on the beach than previous years.read more
The large sign on the sand at marker 34B of Sitka Sedge Park warning against driving any further north on the beach has been pushed down.read more
Heavy equipment in place, noise curtains installed and removal of all vegitation on the lot, save for a few feet between shoreline and chain link fencing.read more
Dune fire pit much closer to beach grass that what is allowed.read more