Tillamook HeadPart of Ecola State Park, Tillamook Head sits about 1,200 feet above the Pacific Ocean. Named for the Tillamook tribe of Native Americans, this prominent Northwest Oregon promontory offers incredible vistas. In addition, visitors who venture to this very unique spot will enjoy a wide range of things to do. Discover several cool hiking trails, picnic areas, tide pools, and beaches for sunbathing, swimming, and seashell gathering.
Prices -Day-use fee: $5 per car
Hours -Sunrise to sundown
- Guided Tide Pool Walk
- Ecola Crescent Beach Hike