Beverly Beach State Park is located in Newport Oregon. The park is happy to accommodate dogs that are leashed on the beach. This beach is fairly popular, so keep this in mind while making plans.
Beverly Beach State Park is long and sandy and goes from Yaquina Head to Otter Rock. There is a lighthouse you can see if you head toward Yaquina Head and Otter Rock that is also a cool place to visit as well. The beach is a great place for a variety of activities including picnicking, surfing, fossil finding, and hiking. It’s important to note that the fee for a hiker or biker is $8 per person.
You can also camp in the state park which is surrounded by beautiful trees. However, if you decide to camp, visit the park website for the rental fees. It’s also good to know that the weather can be a bit unpredictable. Some reviewers have mentioned that it’s important to bring rain gear to have an enjoyable time.
As mentioned, leashed dogs are welcome on the beach. However, they must be on a leash that is six feet or less. Your pup is also welcome within the campgrounds. If you decide to camp, there are 10 pet-friendly yurts available. Please call the park to make reservations and to verify rates.
Dogs are also welcome on the walking trails. No matter where you’re exploring, it is important to always clean up after your pup. So, bring poop bags and be prepared. Whether you decide to camp or just do a day trip, it’s also good to bring food, water, and a bowl for your dog so they can have lunch and dinner, too. Be mindful of your surroundings, and make sure your pooch doesn’t disturb other people, other dogs, or the wildlife.
Beverly Beach State Park has something for everyone, including your dog!