- Motor vehicle travel is prohibited from a point approximately one mile north of the mouth of Twomile Creek (43° 03.3288', Mile 97) to the Coos County-Curry County line, (42° 57.2628', Mile 89).
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Mile 90 Reports (8)
January 17, 2009 - firstname.lastname@example.orgPaddled back S from mile 89 and entered beach at S end of New River Snowy Plover Habitat Restoration Area. Walked N and S from this point. Inspected beach campsite for human impact. Saw Tundra Swans flying over - 56 in two groups. Saw large groups of Western Sandpipers feeding...read more
September 21, 2008 - email@example.comI kayaked from Storm Ranch boat ramp site to S end of New River Plover Habitat Restoration Site. Camped the night with my wife and night paddled the river. Really nice - mirror surface of river - stars reflected - beaver slamming the water to tell us we were in...read more
June 2, 2008 - firstname.lastname@example.orgKayaked in from New River to S end of New River Plover Habitat Restoration Area (HRA). Nice day, little or no wind. Removed beach campsite kiosk box that had been vandalized during the summer and transported it back to Storm Ranch. It will be repaired and returned in coming weeks...read more
March 12, 2008 - email@example.comKayaked from Storm Ranch to site of old 2002 breach and walked N and S from this point. Saw Red Fox and Raccoon tracks. Large tree trunks and logs deposited during winter overwash events in old breach site. Sand building up on beach. A BLM information kiosk had been vandalized,...read more
December 20, 2007 - firstname.lastname@example.orgKayaked across New River at N end of mile 92 and walked S. to point .5 mile S. of Coos/Curry Cty line. No sign of human activity. Normal winter shoreline erosion with tide eroding at base of foredune and overtopping at sights of previous overwashes. Mostly wood pieces, razor clam...read more
August 12, 2007 - email@example.comKayaked south on New River from mile 92 to mile 89. Beautiful clear calm day. River looks like glass. Crossed to beach on mile 90 at end boundary of Snowy Plover habitat restoration area and walked N 1 mile. Paddled S to point 1/2 mile S of Coos/Curry Cty line...read more
June 17, 2007 - firstname.lastname@example.orgKayaked across New River and walked S. 4 miles from North end of New River Habitat Restoration Area (mile 92)to active breach of New River just S. of Coos/Curry Cty line (mile 89?). Wrack was light with mostly sea palm and bull kelp. Drift line was yellow/brown and foamy. Lots...read more
March 21, 2007 - email@example.comKayaked into S. side of lagoon created by previous mechanical breaching of New River at S end of Snowy Plover Habitat Restoration Area and walked south to 2005 mechanical breach which reopened naturally in Fall of 2006. New River breaching waist deep or greater 1 mile S of New Lake...read more