The majesty of Oregon's coastline unfolds around every bend along the 382-mile Coast Trail. Hikers cross sandy beaches, meander through forest-shaded corridors and traverse majestic headlands.
Most of the route is on the beach, although some segments wind through state parks or public lands. Generous landowners provide trail easements for portions of trail on private property. Please respect the rights of landowners by staying on the trail. As shown on the maps, some trail segments are on the shoulders of U.S. 101, county roads and city streets.
Please watch for signs in designated western snowy plover areas and
be aware of areas with seasonal beach restrictions. Learn More