- Motor vehicles are prohibited from Meyers Creek (42° 18.4422', Mile 23), southerly to the Oregon-California border (41° 59.9208', Mile 1).
Calm, low tide. Hazy air from local controlled burns. Quiet Thursday for Harris Beach. Really not much to report. Debris was minimal, I expected more since the Bomb Cyclone was just last week. read more
Found today 10-12’ decomposing body of a sea lion washed up on the rocks at the cove at the most northern point of mile 8
appears to have been dead for some time and is very fragrant
Turkey vulture activity has been high here for the last several days and I guess...read more
A very calm, foggy negative tide - .3 feet as I was unable to put in the - in the report tide section. Effectively able to walk the entire mile with only some bouldering and logs across creeks. Saw about 20 people on the southern section of the mile just walking it sitting and...read more
King Tide (8.6 ft.) at 11:13 am kept most of the people in their cars at Harris Beach State Park.
Note: Photo has been submitted to the 'King Tide Project."read more
Mile 8, Harris Beach SP Picnic Area was full of activity this beautiful Saturday morning with plenty of sunshine and fresh air. The amount of beach sand brought in by Mother Nature this summer in this area is more than I have seen in the past 8 years. Most of...read more
After several days of rain families and individuals were enjoying a sunny morning at Harris Beach State Park. Five Black Oystercatchers were observed feeding near the shoreline and these were reported to the coordinator of the Black Oystercatcher Abundance Study.read more
Mile 8, Harris Beach SP Picnic Area, King Tide (+8.7 ft) at 10:00 am left very little beach area for recreation.read more
240 7th Grade students from Medford greatly increased the head count on Mile 8 on May 13, 2016. The students enjoyed playing beach volleyball, football toss, playing in the surf, and beachcombing. Beach erosion was observed at the north end of Mile 8 and the normal beach sand recovery which...read more