- Motor vehicle travel is allowed at any time from near Pacific Avenue at Pacific City (45° 12.1890', Mile 260), southerly to Porter Point (45° 09.5142', Mile 257).
- Motor vehicle travel is prohibited from (45° 12.7638', Mile 261) southerly to near Pacific Avenue at Pacific City (45° 12.1890', Mile 260).
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Mile 260 Reports (6)
October 5, 2015 - BeachcomberJimThe warm weather made this section of beach a joy for the people out enjoying this October day.No dramatic issues were seen as can be found on our more populated beaches.Mile 260 has limited access via a crude sand-filled parking spot adjacent to Beach marker 37A that has been seen...read more
September 8, 2010 - email@example.comNice day to walk beach - only problem was the softness of sand - made it extra difficult to walk - the surf had a yellow green color and surf line/foam was green like the words in coastwatch - didn't look healthy - dogs and humans having fun - causing...read more
May 31, 2010 - firstname.lastname@example.orgCloudy day - some initial rain around 11:00 am - not windy with nice temperature to walk the beach. Beach was clean except for an occasional plastic bottle - Surprised at lack of birds - not much drift wood - no kelp - only a few crab shells at surf...read more
February 15, 2010 - email@example.comIt appears that mile 260 is stable and does have continued human activities - There had been vehicles driving on the beach in the authorized area. Had multiple tire tracks of vehicles and had one active pickup driving on the beach. Saw no destruction or damage done by humans or nature.read more
November 8, 2009 - firstname.lastname@example.orgIt was a nice cloudy day with a good wind from the South of about 15-20 miles/hr. Clear skies below clouds - People walking the beach were enjoying the quietness and fun of walking and talking. Had one pickup leaving as I walked up with bed full of collected kelp...read more
May 23, 2008 - J.M. TrunkeyHeavy human use (65 people, 7 dogs) on Friday before Memorial Day. Hillside below condos continues to erode.read more