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Top 5 Oregon Coast Elopement Locations

The Oregon Coast offers numerous breathtaking locations for elopements. Keep in mind that the popularity of locations may change over time, so it's always best to double-check current conditions and regulations before making any plans. Here are some of the best Oregon Coast elopement locations:

1. Cannon Beach/ Ecola State Park: Known for its iconic Haystack Rock and stunning sunsets, Cannon Beach is a popular choice for elopements. The picturesque coastline and beautiful sandy beach create a romantic setting. Ecola State Park offers panoramic views of the coastline, sea stacks, and lush forests. It provides a more secluded and intimate atmosphere for elopements.

2. Hug Point State Recreation Site: This spot has a unique waterfall that cascades onto the beach during low tide, creating a magical backdrop for your elopement. It has sandy beaches, rugged coastline, seasonal waterfall, caves and intimate atmosphere. When considering this location please remember to look up tide times as you can get cut off if not careful.

3. Heceta Head Lighthouse: This stunning historic landmark located on the Oregon Coast, approximately 13 miles north of Florence. Situated within Heceta Head Lighthouse State Scenic Viewpoint, the lighthouse is perched atop a rugged headland, offering breathtaking panoramic views of the Pacific Ocean and the surrounding coastline. It has diversity in sandy and rocky beaches, close to forest areas and a historic bridge.

4. Bandon Beach: This coastal town has picturesque sea stacks, rocky shores, and scenic viewpoints, making it an excellent choice for a romantic elopement. It combines the rugged rocky formations and small dunes with beach grass. And the nearby town has wonderful galleries, restaurants, etc.

5. Brookings: Located in the southwestern part of Oregon, Brookings offers stunning coastal landscapes and a mild climate, making it an attractive choice for an elopement. Harris Beach State Park, in particular, is a popular spot for ceremonies, with its sandy beaches, tide pools, and towering sea stacks providing a picturesque backdrop.

Harris Beach State Park has several designated wedding sites, and you'll need to check with the Oregon Parks and Recreation Department for any permits or reservations required. The combination of rugged cliffs, lush vegetation, and the Pacific Ocean creates a romantic and unforgettable setting for your special day.

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