In Depoe Bay, Oregon, Fogarty Creek State Recreation Area offers 165 acres of beachside recreation area. The park has beautiful views of the sea and more, in addition to plenty of things to do. Explore the tide pools, wander the sand or the trails, and spend the day enjoying the stunning Oregon Coast with your family and furry friends.
If you bring food for your trip, there are perfect wind-protected picnic shelters to keep you out of the rain and wind. Open fire pits and grills are prohibited, but cooking devices that can be shut off are allowed. Follow park rules and common sense for your and other park guests’ safety.
On the beach, visitors to Fogarty Creek State Recreation Area can enjoy walking trails through the trees or along the beach. There are tide pools and a creek along the beach, which host plenty of interesting and beautiful ocean life. If you bring your dog to Fogarty Creek State Recreation Area, be respectful and mindful of other visitors and park rules.
Keep your dog leashed and under control. Pick up pet waste and leave the park as clean as you found it. Fogarty Creek State Recreation Area is open year-round. It is day-use only. There are no fees for admission and no reservations are required unless you are interested in reserving a picnic shelter. You may contact the park office by phone to check current rates and availability.
Nearly 250,000 people visit Fogarty Creek State Recreation Area every year. If you’re looking for overnight accommodations, there are places in nearby Lincoln City or along the coast for camping and RVs. If you’re looking for a beautiful beach spot to spend the day, take a walk, or picnic with your family and furry companion on the northern side of the Oregon Coast, visit Fogarty Creek State Recreation Area.