There are two major pieces of public policy that provide and protect the publics' public access rights; the famous Oregon Beach Bill of 1967, and the State Planning Goal 17 for Shorelands.
Oregon beach users are fortunate enough to have open access along the sandy beach area and at regulated sites leading to the ocean shore. This does not mean that the public has a right to access the beach from anywhere or that private property can't block access along the ocean shore. Please do not abuse this privalige: Use the designated access sites, do not trample on private property, and be respectful of the public resource.
The data provided on this site is for informational and planning purposes only. Absolutely no accuracy or completeness guarantee is implied or intended.
Coastal Access data collected by the Oregon Coastal Management Program
Basemap courtesy of OpenStreetMap Contributors and Mapbox
Access icons courtesy of Nicolas Mollet, Map Icons Collection