- 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.
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Mile 264 Reports (11)
May 28, 2011 - rbourkeAll in all the beach was pretty clean.read more
April 4, 2010 - rbourkeThe big change was the addition of new riprap that covers the ocean frontage on about 10 lots, most built.read more
October 17, 2009 - smish73There were 2 boats close to shore speeding. Within the hour a 2-3 foot juvenile salmon shark washed up bleeding with a prop cut that severed it's tail. cause of death most likely suffocation and bleed out.read more
August 22, 2009 - rbourkeLarge quantities of horse manure at driftline, piles every 3 or 4 feet for an extensive length of the beach, extending into mile 265. We find such a large quantity of horse manure troubling and worry about the effect on human health and recreational activities in an otherwise pristine area...read more
March 8, 2009 - rbourkeOnly remarkable change is the large number of jellyfish washed up at tideline.read more
October 25, 2008 - rbourkeAbout normal for this time of year. Less dune erosion than in some previous years.read more
July 3, 2008 - rbourkeAs is usual, the beach is quite clean. Even after the Labor Day weekend, there was no litter to be seen.read more
September 9, 2007 - rbourkeBeach was very clean and uncrowded.read more
May 7, 2007 - connierbruceDid not notice anything unusual this visit. Tide as far out as we have ever seen it, lots of rocks exposed, shorebird flocks in migration, no dead birds or marine mamals.read more
April 28, 2007 - rbourkevery little to note. Beach was very clean. Thank you SOLV!read more
February 18, 2007 - rbourkeDue to the bad weather, very little human or bird activity. Extremely large piece of a ship, barge or dock on north end of mile 264. This could present a danger if anyone was close and it was hit by the surf. I would estimate that it is aprox. 10...read more