Mile 269

South of Cape Lookout, Camp Meriwether north, Rover Cr
Tillamook County

Latitude: 45.332125112522
Longitude: -123.973380307810
Vehicles:
  • Motor vehicle travel is prohibited from the north boundary of Nehalem Bay State Park (45° 42.2196', Mile 299), southerly to the south boundary of the Boy Scout property north of Sand Lake (45° 18.6444', Mile 268), except as follows: Motor vehicles essential to and engaged in boat launchings will be allowed any time during the year for a distance of 300 feet northwest from (45° 26.4036' 123° 57.2052', Mile 279), near Happy Camp.
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South of Cape Lookout, Camp Meriwether north, Rover Cr
Mile 269 Reports (8)

2018

June 24, 2018 - solosteph

Overall environmentally heatlhy and clean.read more

  • Flock of seagulls
  • Sample of trash.
  • Several whole sand dollars of various sizes.
  •  Camp Merriweather

2017

December 15, 2017 - solosteph

Overall condition of beach is very good.  Land slide slowly in process due to water flow from mountainside.  Cape Lookout South trail crosses creek, land slide not close to trail but should continue to monitor.read more

  • Cape Lookout
  • Land erosion due to waterflow.
  • Rocky coastline, Cape Lookout.
September 23, 2017 - solosteph

As part of SOLVE, I walked from Sand Lake Recreation Area down to Cape Lookout.  2 people from hiking trail.  Beach debris light, several plastic bottles and pieces of rope.  Picked trash up and I hauled back to Vehicle Authorization area for sheriff to pick up.read more

  • Trash from beach.
  • Cape Lookout cliffside mile 270
  • mile 269
  • Camp Meriwether.
  • Mile 269

2015

March 7, 2015 - daveincamas

Saw this post on facebook, showing a buoy on the beach: https://m.facebook.com/groups/827903490562167?view=permalink&id=11724649... The attached photos are from that Facebook post. Jeremy Young and Sarah Frazelle photographed this. Turns out it belongs to NNMREC-Northwest National Marine Renewable Energy Center at OSUread more

  • Buoy on beach south of Cape lookout
  • Buoy on beach south of Cape lookout, South of Cape Lookout, Camp Meriwether north, Rover Cr

2009

November 1, 2009 - solarnight9
Found a large decomposing sea lion today almost at the forest line. It looks like it had come to rest there on its own power and died where it stopped well past the high tide mark.read more
  • Sea Lion came to rest here far past the high tide line.  Measures about 8' long.
June 14, 2009 - solarnight9
A very serene and peaceful day here at 269. There's a lot more sand present than over the winter. The storms of 08-09 were not that bad compared to the previous winter it seems. Lots of Dead crabs. Not sure why. No dead birds, fish, or other mammals. Just crabs.The...read more
January 26, 2009 - solarnight9
A chilly but gorgeous sunny day on 269. I arrived mid-afternoon at mid-tide as it was going out. Not a soul in sight. There was very little to be found on the beach. The beach was scoured clean save for large hunks of styrofoam and 1 dead pelican. Very little...read more
  • The waterfall was present in October probably contributing to the weakness of the cliff face in that area.
  • There were at least 8 of these on the northern part of the mile

2008

October 21, 2008 - solarnight9
This is the first report on 269 and for myself. Thanks to Phillip and Olli on getting me started.A beautiful day here. No clouds or fog present. Wind was out of the north in more of a summertime pattern. Waves were breaking clean at about 4 ft. The beach was...read more
  • Obvious major rock slide.  Probably from last winter evidenced by the lighter exposed rock on cape lookout and the lack of vegetation in the slide area itself.
  • Access here is very limited.  Someone had to really work hard to get materials here to build this.  Or illegally haul in the lumber by truck on the beach.