Park aficionados highly rate the breathtaking sunsets viewed from the banks of the beach. Pacific Pines is nestled amongst a plethora of small towns, each with its own charms to offer visitors to the area. Two must-see spots are the cranberry bogs indigenous to the region and Cape Disappointment, a historic attraction that lies to the south of the beach. This family and pet-friendly beach receives high praise from visitors for its relaxing atmosphere. Many families lavish espouse the virtues of its romantic setting and breathtaking views.
On the property for public use are five picnic areas. These unsheltered picnic tables are available for families to enjoy and access to them is provided on a first come, first serve basis. Entrance to this public park and beach area is free of charge. There is one bathroom on site for use by visitors. Dogs are permitted to enjoy Pacific Pines State Park; however, they are required to remain on a lead at all times when on the premises. Though no specific regulations govern park use, it is recommended that all dogs making use of the space be current on all vaccinations and bear the appropriate required state license tag.
Poop bags are not provided on site; however, it is mandatory that all owners carry poop bags with them to facilitate maintaining the park's pristine cleanliness by promptly picking up and disposing of all canine waste materials. Pacific Pines State Park remains closed during the winter months. The park closes October 1st and reopens to the public on May 1st.
For an unforgettable adventure with Fido and the family, consider a visit to Pacific Pines State Park!