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Hike-In Camp: Hike-In Camp Only, In Dense Forest at Summit

This is a true-hike-in campground, and no water is available here. There is a single pit toilet available slightly down the trail from the camping shelters.

The only other facilities here are three camping shelters and a covered picnic shelter. There is a pay station for those spending the night.

You are no longer allowed to park in the Indian Beach Parking Area overnight. These shelters are only for those who have truly walked in, or for those who have had someone drive them in and then that person walks in from town (Seaside or Cannon Beach).

It is a 4 mile (6.7 km) walk from the Seaside trailhead (which is at the very south end of town) or a 1.25 mile (2 km) walk from the Indian Beach Parking area.

You are very isolated at this location, and fairly deep in the forest. There are no roads very close by at all.

  • Opinion of Price: about average
  • Related to: Camping
  • Written September 7, 2013
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