Mile 310

Arcadia Beach N, Wayside, Lion Rock, Humbug Point
Clatsop County

Latitude: 45.842499847813
Longitude: -123.962089589240
Vehicles:
  • Motor vehicle travel is prohibited between the beach ramp at Gearhart (46° 01.8570', Mile 326), southerly to the Clatsop County-Tillamook County line (45° 46.9902', Mile 306), except as follows: Operation or parking of motor vehicles used for and engaged in towing dory boat trailers or essential dory boat launchings from Sunset Drive (45° 53.2830', Mile 313) in Cannon Beach southerly to Warren Way (45° 52.3566', Mile 312) with access from Warren Way only.
  • There is hereby established a 15 MPH maximum speed limit within those areas of the ocean shore where motor vehicle travel is permitted. Said speed limitation shall extend from Ecola Creek to Arch Cape in Clatsop County, Oregon.
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Arcadia Beach N, Wayside, Lion Rock, Humbug Point
Mile 310 Reports (20)

2018

May 20, 2018 - newton

Very nice day at the beach, low tide and it was still falling, one dog owner didn't seem physically able to clean up after their pets (two dogs that I cleaned up after).  I was plesantly surprised by the small amout of human trash left on the beach after a busy Saturday.    read more

April 12, 2018 - newton

3 people walking on beach 2 dogs running woody debris in wrack line.  Cleaned up a full 5gal bucket of human trash. read more

February 7, 2018 - newton

Few people walking on the beach, dogs present, few gulls and beautiful weather.  

Stairs that washed away with the storms a few weeks ago were replaced, no other modifications. read more

2017

December 2, 2017 - newton

Most people were looking at the boat that washed ashore, dogs nearby.  The boat has been cleared by USCG and John Chapman from OSU to not be a threat to our local environment.  One truck load of debris that had broken off the boat was collected, the entire vessel will be...read more

  • tsunami boat on Arcadia Beach
  • Writing on tsunami boat.
  • tsunami boat propeller
  • tsunami boat
October 15, 2017 - newton
July 17, 2017 - newton

2 people walking with a loose dog

3 dead common murres (no tags)

more sand on the beach (from the ocean not man)

nothing unusual or out of the ordinary

filled up a 5 gal bucket with human litter mostly picnic stuff

 read more

April 25, 2017 - newton

Calm ocean this morning, couple people fishing in the surf, one dog running loose and two people walking the beach.  Collected one full large bag of litter almost all man-made trash left from beach goers. read more

January 12, 2017 - newton

2016

November 17, 2016 - newton

3 dead birds (2 Fulmar and one possible Rock Sandpiper) no leg bands, or oil.

No dogs or other humans.  No marine mammals. 

Cloudy, low tide (maybe around 3 ft.).

Shoreline had grasses, driftwood, micro-plastics.  Collected a plastic clothes basket, bottles and plastic bags. read more

July 25, 2016 - newton

Beach access has been improved to the stairs leading onto the shore.  The final stairs are still being completed, work seems to have been started by OPRD early June. However, the final steps remain unfinished.  Access is still rough for those with mobility issues or small children.  Lots of human...read more

2015

November 19, 2015 - Anonymous

Beach access is currently closed due to a slide that removed the trail. There were zero humans on the beach and two cars in the parking lot. Areas south along the bluff to Red Rock creek appear to have slid as well.read more

  • Arcadia Beach access trail landslide.
  • Arcadia Beach access trail landslide.
  • Arcadia beach slide, Wayside, Lion Rock, Humbug Point

2012

July 28, 2012 - Bill Gordon
calm, early morning with few others present.read more

2011

September 30, 2011 - Bill Gordon

Quiet, calm and mostly clear morning on Mile 310 - Arcadia Beach. Only a few walkers with their dogs. Beach was quite clean of human trash - looked good in that respect since this mile gets a lot of day trippers. Driftline consisted of a fair amount of small to...read more

2010

March 24, 2010 - Bill Gordon
Pleasant mid week day during spring break week - part sun and clouds but with a fairly stiff breeze. A lot of people on the mile - approx 55 with 9 dogs. But everyone seemed to be respectful of the mile with little trash noted. Overall the mile was quite...read more

2009

June 15, 2009 - Bill Gordon
Gorgeous Monday afternoon with considerable number of people on the mile. A bit more debris compared to last report but for early summer not bad at all. Est 3 - 5 feet of sand already in since winter. Need to keep eye on several large new homes being built on...read more
January 29, 2009 - Bill Gordon
Beautiful mid week day at the mile - only one couple on the mile with their two dogs. Mile was extremely clean with minimal tideline debris. Prior winter high tides have brought in quite a bit of drift wood of all sizes. Sand levels aren't much lower than last fall...read more

2008

September 28, 2008 - Bill Gordon
The weather was fabulous leading to very heavy crowds this Sunday afternoon. Day use parking lot(Arcadia wayside)exceeded capacity. Surf was flat. The north side of mile 310 gets a lot of day use throughout the summer but the mile was quite clean of human trash (beach clean up the prior...read more
June 16, 2008 - Bill Gordon
Mile was very clean from both human and natural debris - a few more plastic bottles at highest most driftline. Overall, sand has redeposited about 2'to 3' since last report. That plus the brisk north wind over several days has left the mile quite clean appearing. No immediate concerns.read more
March 30, 2008 - Bill Gordon

Weather was ever changing (hail/rain at start of walk and sun at the end). Reasonably fresh deer carcass close to north end. Very old rusted car chassis at south end probably uncovered with lower sand level, and an old rusted engine about 300 yds from the chassis. Both largely under...read more

2007

December 12, 2007 - Bill Gordon
Quiet day with blustery conditions.read more