Catch a Sunset at Del Rey Beach

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Added by Chelsea Gribbin

Drive onto Del Ray Beach for a romantic sunset dinner, less than two hours from Portland.

Less than 2 hours from Portland, set the GPS to Gearhart, and drive out onto Del Ray Beach for the sunset with your significant other.

This is the only beach in the state of Oregon that you are allowed to drive on. If you have four wheel drive, take a little drive through the incoming waves and splash your tires.

After you're done playing, park it in a good private spot to watch the sun go down while you cook a delicious dinner.

Pack List

  • 4WD Vehicle (Recommended, but not necessary)
  • Camp Chairs
  • Cooking Stove
  • Alcoholic Beverages of your Choice
  • Food for dinner
  • Kitchen Utensils/pots and pans, etc.
  • Camera for Photos
  • Beach Blanket
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Activities:

Chillin, Photography, Surfing, Swimming

Skill Level:

Beginner

Season:

Spring, Summer, Autumn

Features:

Adult Beverages
Beach
Dog Friendly
Easy Parking
Romantic
Scenic

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Added by Chelsea Gribbin

Hi, my name is Chelsea. I love adventuring around my home state, Colorado. I also take lots of trips around the west and occasionally visit my family on the east coast as well. I love hiking, trail running and snowboarding. Please visit my website roundroots.org

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