Mile 36

Nesika Beach, north of Ophir Rest Area, south of Euchre Cr
Curry County

Latitude: 42.550375061644
Longitude: -124.396440180060
  • Motor vehicles are allowed from the Ophir Rest Area (42° 32.1948', Mile 36) southerly to the Nesika Beach headland (42° 29.8284', Mile 34).
  • Motor vehicles are prohibited from the south end of Arizona Beach (42° 36.7056', Mile 41), southerly to the Ophir Rest Area (Oregon State Highway Division) (42° 32.1948', Mile 36).
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Nesika Beach, north of Ophir Rest Area, south of Euchre Cr
Mile 36 Reports (6)


December 5, 2021 - hobbins

The king tides had pushed most of the debris up close the the highway wall of vegetation. I need to go back and collect the garbage. Below are the pictures of the whale and bird carcasses and more

  • Another dead bird
April 7, 2021 - Lavenne22

Made a quick stop and saw 16 whale spouts! With binoculars. They were moving towards the horizon.

4 cars with people in them in the parking lot. No one on the beach. Noted lots of human and canine footprints. Picked up one burned beer can off the beach near a more

April 6, 2021 - Lavenne22

As I walked the path down to the beach, just to the north of the rest stop, a Canada Goose stepped out of the dunes and followed me. We walked about 3/4 mile south. I sat on the beach and it came within 10 feet of me, then flew more


September 24, 2014 - [email protected]
We were here a little past high tide. Rain had stopped and the surf was high but easing. Not much of a storm and the worst of it had past. Our view was of pristine sandy beach in excellent condition The only evidence of humans was were the trails more


December 21, 2011 - colleen-e
Beautiful day on the beach. The profile of the beach is much more gradual than our previous visit in the more
May 31, 2011 - colleen-e
This was the first observation trip to this mile. We picked up 1.5 bags of trash. The trash included ropes, flip flops, lots of plastic water bottles, two ice tea bottles with Japaneses labels, paper face mask, 4 chew cans (tobacco), metal, gallon water jug, and lots of little more