Agate Beach (Port Orford State Park)

United States, Oregon, Port Orford

Agate Beach - United States, Oregon, Port Orford


Agate Beach is a stunning beach located in Port Orford, United States. The beach is approximately half a mile long and features soft, golden sand.


Agate Beach has few amenities, so visitors should plan accordingly. There are no lifeguards on duty, but bathroom access and dogs on a leash are allowed on the beach.


Visitors can enjoy a range of activities at the beach, including swimming, surfing, beachcombing, and sunbathing


Parking at Agate Beach is free and there is a small parking lot available for visitors to use.

Fun Fact

Fun facts about Agate Beach in Port Orford, United States, include that it is home to a variety of agates that can be found on the beach, making it a popular spot for rockhounding. The beach is also a popular spot for whale watching, with visitors often seeing grey whales during their migration.


Attractions near Agate Beach include the nearby Cape Blanco State Park, which features the historic Cape Blanco Lighthouse and stunning views of the coastline. There are also several hiking trails in the area, including the scenic Agate Beach Trail and the challenging Humbug Mountain Trail.


Nearby restaurants include the Crazy Norwegian's Fish & Chips, which serves up delicious seafood dishes, and the Redfish Restaurant, which offers a range of contemporary American cuisine. For those looking for a more casual dining experience, the Wildland's Food Cart offers a variety of dishes in a relaxed outdoor setting.


Hotels near Agate Beach include the Pacific Reef Hotel, which offers oceanfront rooms and suites, and the Battle Rock Motel, which features a range of comfortable rooms and suites. The WildSpring Guest Habitat is another popular option, with its beautiful forested location and range of amenities, including a hot tub and outdoor fire pit.


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Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

Sandee Rating: 82/100

Agate Beach provides free parking at the entrance, although spaces are limited. Visitors can also find street parking nearby for easy access to the beach.

No, Agate Beach does not have lifeguards monitoring the beach – please be careful when swimming on this beach.

Agate Beach is not family-friendly and does not have restrooms, lifeguards, and nearby food.

Agate Beach is not generally considered a good swimming beach.

Restrooms are conveniently available on or adjacent to the beach at Agate Beach.

No, Agate Beach maintains a family-friendly atmosphere and does not allow nude bathing.

Agate Beach does not have nearby food options – please plan your beach day accordingly.

Agate Beach is a good place to Hiking

Yes, Agate Beach offers accommodations for people with disabilities, allowing everyone to relish the coastal experience.

Agate Beach is not dog-friendly.

Agate Beach is not generally considered to be good for surfing.